Welcome Reception at the Copenhagen City Hall on Wednesday 13 May 6.30 p.m.
The Lord Mayor of Copenhagen has invited the participants to a welcome reception in the Town Hall.
Attendance is free of charge, but enrolment is required; please contact the Congress Secretariat!
The Copenhagen City Hall is designed by architect Martin Nyrop and built in the years 1892-1905.
Both the Town Hall and the shell shaped square are inspired by the city hall and square in Siena, Toscana, Italy. In this way Nyrop combined the older Danish architecture with Italian renaissance.
Opera - Den glade enke - Die lustige Witwe 14 May 8.00 p.m.
Lehár's popular classic about the glamorous and wealthy widow and her many millions which are to save her homeland from bankruptcy, features a great many melodious golden favourites such as 'Da geh' ich zu Maxim' and the 'Vilja Lied'.
To book tickets please use this link (click here) or book tickets when you register.
1438 København K
Dinner and dance banquet at the Langelinie Pavillon friday 15 May 2009 7.00 p.m.
The dinner and dance banquet will take place at the Langelinie Pavillon which has a superb location overlooking Copenhagen harbour. There will be entertainment throughout the evening.
The dinner and dance banquet is an excellent occasion for networking with congress participants, speakers, chairmen and committee members.
Enrolment is required; please contact the Congress Secretariat or registrar onsite.
2100 København Ø
Find your way to Langelinie Pavillonen
Read more about Wonderful Copenhagen
at the official tourism site of Copenhagen and the surrounding area
The Nordic Congress of General Practice kindly refers to Copenhagen Excursions - see the tours and book online: www.uk.cex.dk