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Venues & Dates

1st to 3rd November 2017 in Rostock, Germany

Radisson Blu Hotel, Rostock


The Radisson Blu Hotel, Rostock offers fabulous views of the Rostock city harbor and the beautiful historical old town. It is located close to the pedestrian zone and the Kröpeliner gate, making it an ideal starting point for exploring the city. Modern, spacious rooms and suites (all with a minimum of 29 m²) offer the amenities of a first-class hotel. In addition, the Radisson Blu Hotel, Rostock is one of 12 of the best conference and banquet facilities of Rostock. Perfect for prestigious business events, the panorama deck on the top floor of the building offers uninterrupted views of the Harbour and the old town of Rostock.

Please note: For participants of the conference, a room contingent of 100 rooms is reserved at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Rostock, until 4 September 2017. Please download the reservation form and email it to info.rostockradissonblucom, quoting the keyword "ICoRP". 

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Zoological Garden and DARWINEUM, Rostock


DARWINEUM – A Journey through the Evolution of Man

Travel back in time in the DARWINEUM. This living museum provides environmental education and science you can touch, take part in and be creative with. In two interactive exhibition areas, the biological diversity of life as evolution progresses can be experienced. The time periods “conceal” themselves in spacious areas with primeval landscape and animal pictures, with Europe’s largest jellyfish tank underneath. The heart of the DARWINEUM beats in the tropical hall - the home for the gorillas and orangutans. The great apes live here together with De Brazza’s monkeys and gibbons in natural living areas.

Rostock Zoo is part of one of the most popular holiday destinations in northern Germany and has been distinguished several times with the “Familienfreundliche Einrichtung” (family-friendly establishment) mark of quality. As of September 2015, it is the best zoo in Europe is in the B category, with 500,000 to 1 million visitors per year.

Foto: Darwineum Rostock