February 27, 2020
Windsor Convention & Expo Center
Martinho de Mesquita, 129 – Barra da Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro – RJ, 22620-220
March, 07th (Saturday) – from 07:00am to 05:00pm
March, 08th (Sunday) – from 06:30am to 05:00pm
March, 09th (Monday) – from 06:45am to 04:30pm
March, 10th (Tuesday) – from 06:45am to 01:00pm
HOW TO GET THERE
Galeao International Airport: Rio de Janeiro-Antonio Carlos Jobim
Tom Jobim International Airport is located on Governor’s Island and is easily accessed by road links to the center and south of the city, where the major hotels are found. Information: (+55 21) 3398-5050, Flights: (+55 21) 3398-4527 / 3398-4526
Domestic FLIGHTS: Santos Dumont AIRPORT
The Santos Dumont Airport in the city center offers regional flights linking the main cities of Brazil, by business jet and smaller aircraft. An excellent taxi service and bus service links the airport to the main hotels and residential areas. Information and flights: (+55 21) 3814-7070
The entry formalities for Brazil vary according to the country of origin. Check with your travel agent or the local consulate for entry and vaccination requirements.
Rio de Janeiro is a subtropical city. Summer runs from December to March, with temperatures ranging from 25 °C (77 °F) to 42 °C (108 °F). According to AccuWeather.com, during the days of the congress, you will experience a temperature in Rio de Janeiro between 27-28 ° C (80,6-82,4 ° F).
POWER SUPPLY AND TELECOMMUNICATION
In Rio de Janeiro the voltage in most places is 110V. Where the voltage is 220V hotels and B&Bs usually have 110V converters. Larger hotels and B&Bs offer wireless connection or broadband internet. Local, long-distance or international calls can be made from telephones in hotel rooms, cellular phones, or public telephones (using cards or collect call). The country code for Brazil is +55 and the code for the city of Rio de Janeiro is 21. To make phone calls through an operator, dial 0800-7032110. For international calls with the help of bilingual operators (Portuguese and English) call 0800-7032111.
The currency in Brazil is the Brazilian real. For security reasons, we suggest you go to safe places to buy, sell, or exchange currencies. Rio de Janeiro International Airport (Galeão) has currency exchange shops.
INFORMATION ON CORONAVIRUS
Please refer to ENDO 2020 official website regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19) for ENDO 2020 here.
- For the last registration discount, register by March 1, 2020
- For all inquiries regarding registration, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com