Social Events

Evening reception at Sheraton Bratislava Hotel

9 October 2019 (20:00)

Address: Pribinova 12, 811 09 Bratislava

The evening reception will be held at the location of the DGINS 2019 conference – the modern 5-star Sheraton Bratislava Hotel. Its ideal location offers numerous free-time opportunities. The hotel – opposite the new Slovak National Theatre – is just a ten-minute walk from the historic Old Town. It’s also part of the contemporary Eurovea shopping centre with over 200 shops, as well as bars, restaurants, and pleasant Danube promenade.

Thanks to its modern design and majestic high-ceilings, Sheraton Bratislava Hotel’s ballroom is a unique place for the DGINS 2019 evening reception.

Dress code: formal

Dinner at Castle Restaurant

10 October 2019 (20:00)

Address: Námestie A. Dubčeka 1, 850 01 Bratislava

Castle Restaurant, which is part of historic Bratislava Castle, attracts dinners with its delicious gastronomic experience and compellingly unique interior. Towering pillars with arches, ceilings, crystal, fine gold details and a central fireplace will give the evening a spectacular atmosphere. Castle Restaurant also has inspiring views across Bratislava.

Dinner at Castle Restaurant will be preceded by a 90-minute sightseeing tour of Bratislava in a unique Prešporáčik tour train with expert commentary in several languages.

Dress code: business casual

Danubiana Meulensteen Art Museum – for accompanying persons

10 October 2019 (10:00 to 14:00)

Danubiana Meulensteen Art Museum is one of the Europe’s newest museums of modern art. Less than 20 km from Bratislava, the gallery gives visitors a unique interplay between contemporary art, modern architecture and nature. Since its opening in 2000, the gallery has held numerous exhibitions of prestigious Slovak and international artists such as Joan Miró, Sam Francis, Karel Appel, Magdalena Abakanowicz, Lucebert, Walasse Ting, Antoni Clavé, Martín Chirino, Markus Prachensky, Ilona Kesseru Ilona, Joseph Jankovic, Rudolf Sikora, Vladimir Kompánek, Miroslav Cipár, and Vladimir Popovic. Danubiana Meulensteen Art Museum has been visited by representatives of cultural and social life, including many royal visits.

The programme also includes lunch.

Dress code: casual