25th Annual Meeting of the European Charcot Foundation, November 30 till December 2, 2017, Baveno (IT)
Meeting Venue
Grand Hotel Dino
Corso Giuseppe Garibaldi, 20
28831 Baveno (VB), Italy
T: +39 03 23 92 22 01
W: http://dino.zaccherahotels.com/en/

The scientific program of the 25th Annual Meeting will take place in Sala Carlo 1 (Ground Floor, Grand Hotel Dino).
The industry-sponsored Symposia will take place in Sala Carlo 3, situated next to Sala Carlo 1.
The Light Lunch, welcome coffee, breakfast coffee and coffee breaks will take place in the Annual Meeting Lobby and the Winter Garden, at the entrance of Sala Carlo 1 and 3.
The Lunches will be taking place in the restaurant of Grand Hotel Dino: Restaurant "3 Isole" 
All Posters will be displayed in the Annual Meeting Lobby and the Winter Garden.

About Baveno

Baveno is a small town located on the west shore of Lago Maggiore in the province of Verbano-Cusio-Ossola, part of Piedmont, northern Italy.

The city is rich in history, traditions and culture. There are plenty of archaeological, artistic and architectural testimonies: from the findings of the ‘neolithic’ age to the Roman architecture witnessed in the monumental complex of the Provostal Church in the centre.

Baveno is famous for its fine pink granite, which has been used for numerous buildings throughout the world. Some of these are the Arch of Peace and the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele in Milan, the columns of L’Opéra in Paris, the Karlskirche (Church of St Charles) in Vienna, the monument to Christopher Columbus in New York, and the Royal Palace in Bangkok. A monument on the lakefront to the “picasass”, the local stonemasons, pays tribute to the workers whose skills have made Baveno famous all over the world.

To the period between 1800 and 1900 belong the luxurious villas surrounded by wonderful naturalistic English parks and gardens, built for the elite that enjoyed making Baveno their summer retreat.

The privileged geographical position of Baveno, the first city onto the lake for people arriving from Northern Europe and the last for those returning back home passing through the Simplon Pass, and the many attractions it offers, make of it a perfect place for a break.