General Information


Route François-Peyrot 30
CH-1218 Grand-Saconnex​ 


The official language of the Congress​ is English.


​The month of October is characterised by rapidly falling daily high temperatures, with daily highs decreasing from 18°C to 12°C over the course of the month, exceeding 23°C or dropping below 8°C ​​​only one day in ten.​​


Switzerland is in the Central European Time Zone +01:00 UTC (GMT+1).


Some participants may require visas to enter the EU. Please check with your travel agent if a visa is required.​

For further visa information click here.


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​TWT srl​
Mr. Gianni Frontani
Mrs. Anna Lupidi​
Via Arrigo Davila 130
00179 ROME
Tel. 0039 06 44249321
Fax. 0039 06 99331533​ 

As Organizers of the 6th Congress of the European Academy of Paediatric Societies taking place in Geneve , Switzerland from October 21-25 we entrusted TWT srl, Rome, to collect the applications from the Italian Pharmaceutical Companies and file them with the Italian Ministry of Health agency AIFA, in compliance with the instructions given by the Legislative Order 219 of the 24th April 2006 – art. 124. 


Participants requiring a formal letter of invitation to enable them to make their arrangements to participate in the Congress should send a request for an official invitation letter to our Invitation Department (see contact us form).​ 

Please note that this letter cannot be regarded as a commitment regarding scheduling or financial support from the organisers.


Refreshments will be served during breaks to all Congress participants in the Exhibition Area as indicated in the timetable.​ We will have cash bars available for purchase of lunch and other refreshments. 


A major asset of Geneva is its excellent location and easy access by all means of transport. 

Geneva airport (GVA)

​Geneva has an international airport offering direct regular flights to more than 130 international destinations.

The terminal has all the facilities a traveler could wish for. It is designed for speedy and simple check-in and has essential services such as change, information and restaurants at strategic points.

​Crossroads of Europe: by highway or rail

Geneva’s favoured geographical proposition makes it a natural focal point for the international traveler. Road and rail facilities radiate from Geneva to provide rapid access to the rest of Switzerland and Europe. 

Comfort and convenience by rail

The Swiss National Railroad system offers hourly links to Lausanne, Bern, Basel, Zurich and the regions of Vaud and Valais.

There are also Inter-city trains to France, Spain, Italy and Germany.

Highway Hub for Central and Western Europe

​In recent years, highway construction within Switzerland and in neighbouring countries has turned Geneva into a highway intersection of Europe.

A branch of this same highway offers rapid link from Geneva to the South of France and from Geneva to the West of France. To the North and east, the Swiss highway system provides fast direct connections to Germany and Eastern Europe.

​​Getting to the Congress Venue

The Palexpo site is located at a railway and road traffic hub in the very heart of Europe, just a 10-minute walk from Geneva Airport and its railway station and a 15-minute bus ride from the city centre. Trains operating at regular intervals take only 10 minutes to run between the airport and the centre.​

​​​By Car
No fewer than 2,800 parking spaces are available to visitors and exhibitors directly on the Palexpo site. The P12 car park also has designated disabled parking.​

By Bus/Tram

By Train 

The train is an easy and hassle-free way of getting to Palexpo, allowing you to avoid the Geneva traffic jams. Geneva Airport Station is just a three-minute walk from Palexpo Exhibition Hall 7.

See the train ti​me​tables


The Congress Secretariat and Organisers cannot accept liability for personal accidents or loss of/damage to private property of participants. Participants are advised to take out their own personal travel and health insurance for their trip.


​Please visit the contact us​ page on the Congress website. ​​

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