The Conference will be held in Caparica (Lisbon region). Lisbon, the capital of Portugal with a population of one million inhabitants, is a modern city, which has a lot to offer both in terms of history, culture and social life. It stands on the westernmost point of land of the European continent, where the Tagus river flows into the Atlantic Ocean. Its Atlantic climate, with some Mediterranean influences, is probably the mildest of all European capitals.


The conference will be held at "Tryp Lisboa Caparica Mar Hotel" in Costa da Caparica. It has 352 rooms including 12 suites and 7 especially equipped rooms for the handicapped and private balconies with magnificent views. With a superb view over the sea, 20 minutes from Lisbon Centre, 2 restaurants, this Hotel has the unique characteristic that can be simultaneous for business or leisure.

***** Reservation form, to be sent by email. *****

The hotel has established special rates for the conference. Please use DoCEIS hotel reservation form and send it, by email, to the hotel (

Please find the hotel reservation form here:


How to arrive at the conference


Av. General Humberto Delgado 47,
2829-506 Costa da Caparica

By car (Google maps link),-9.128511/Av.+General+Humberto+Delgado+47,+2829-506+Costa+da+Caparica,+Portugal/@38.7048695,-9.2540737,22880m/data=!3m2!1e3!4b1!4m9!4m8!1m1!4e1!1m5!1m1!1s0xd1eca6050704afb:0x68a21440026a206c!2m2!1d-9.236417!2d38.641336?hl=en-EN

By bus
The Aerobus (Bus Carris nº 91) leaves every 20 minutes, from 7.00 to 23.00. It goes to "Cais do Sodré" (Sodré's Quay) where there are boats to Cacilhas. The boat's Company is "Transtejo". You can find timetables here

By boat
From Cacilhas you can catch the bus from Company TST, nº 124, to "Costa de Caparica". You can find timetables Here

By taxi
During the day, it should cost roughly 30 €. Please be aware that you only pay what is marked, which includes luggage, plus toll back to Lisbon (1.75 €). During the night, it should cost roughly 40 €.
Taxis have meters so make sure the driver is using it. There is an initial flag-fall or bandeirada charge and then a charge for the distance covered. Taxis are also more expensive at night (usually 10pm-6am), weekends and public holidays and charge for luggage carried in the trunk (boot). It is slightly more expensive if you phone for a taxi than pick one up on the street.