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Risk in Travel and Tourism: geographies, behaviours and strategies
October 20 - 23, 2015, Lisbon, Portugal
 
 

 Information on the PhD seminar can be found here.

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Introduction

The Centre for Geographical Studies, University of Lisbon (CEG-ULisboa) will host and organize, between 20-23 October 2015, an International Conference entitled "Risk in Travel and Tourism: geographies, behaviours and strategies". This is the annual conference of the ATLAS -Association for Tourism and Leisure Education and Research, association established in 1991 and currently has 217 member institutions from 68 countries.

ATLAS 2015 Annual Conference is aiming at discussing “Risk in Travel and Tourism: geographies, behaviours and strategies”.

Risks in travel and tourism are inherent and to some extent boosted as individuals move away from the place of residence (comfort zone) to unknown and different places/destinations. Also, as an economic activity, tourism is – as any other “industry”/business – submitted to risks, derived from macro and micro economics and market fluctuations. Even from a territorial point of view, tourism places and spaces (either local, regional or national) have to deal and manage different kinds of risks.

The aim of this Conference is, not only to consider the aforementioned dimensions of risk in travel and tourism – individuals, businesses, destinations institutions – discussing geographies, behaviours and strategies, but also to integrate and put into perspective different risk typologies.

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Keynote speakers

Allan Williams

  

Allan Williams is Professor of Tourism and Mobility Studies at the University of Surrey. He previously held positions at the London School of Economics, and the Universities of Durham, Exeter and London Metropolitan. He was founding co-editor of two journals, European Urban and Regional Studies and Tourism Geographies. His research interests include innovation, productivity, risk and migration. Author of more than 25 books and 120 journal articles, his most recent publications include: Migration, Risk and Uncertainty (Routledge 2014, co-author), The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Tourism (Wiley 2014, co-author) and Tourism Innovation (Routledge 2014, co-author). His publications on tourism and risk include papers in Tourism Management 2013, and a fundamentals of tourism review paper in Journal of Travel Research 2014.

Biosketch: http://www.surrey.ac.uk/shtm/people/allan_williams/

 

Sofía Gutiérrez

   

Sofia Gutiérrez is the Deputy Director of the Sustainable Development of Tourism Programme of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO). Educated in Peru in Law and Political Science, she holds a Master of Laws degree from the University of Ottawa and has completed postgraduate studies in International Development at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University, in Canada.
She has extensive experience in international development, human rights, global public policy, conflict resolution, national security, and on indigenous, tourism and environmental issues. She worked as a lawyer in Peru and later in Canada as a project officer with the international NGO Canadian Lawyers Association for International Human Rights (CLAIHR) and as a Researcher for Saint Paul University and the Law Commission of Canada. Prior to joining the UNWTO in Madrid in 2009, she worked with the UNEP Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, based in Montreal, Canada, in the Socio-Economic and Legal Affairs Division. She is fluent in English, Spanish and French.

Brent W. Ritchie

    

Brent W. Ritchie is Associate Professor at the University of Queensland, Australia. Professor Ritchie has coordinated several research projects for tourism organisations in the public and private sector in Australia, England and New Zealand. His research interests include tourist and visitor behaviour; tourism marketing (specifically niche marketing, crisis recovery marketing and event imaging and place marketing); tourism destination planning and development; and tourism crisis and disaster strategic planning/management. His research has influenced government policy and industry practice, and has been cited in Parliamentary enquiries and national research development plans. He is Co-editor of Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management.

Biosketch: http://www.tourism.uq.edu.au/brent-ritchie

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Conference themes

ATLAS 2015 Annual Conference is aiming at discussing “Risk in Travel and Tourism: geographies, behaviours and strategies”.

Risks in travel and tourism are inherent and to some extent boosted as individuals move away from the place of residence (comfort zone) to unknown and different places/destinations. Also, as an economic activity, tourism is – as any other “industry”/business – submitted to risks, derived from macro and micro economics and market fluctuations. Even from a territorial point of view, tourism places and spaces (either local, regional or national) have to deal and manage different kinds of risks.

The aim of this Conference is, not only to consider the aforementioned dimensions of risk in travel and tourism – individuals, businesses, destinations institutions – discussing geographies, behaviours and strategies, but also to integrate and put into perspective different risk typologies.

Abstracts and papers of interest for submission include - but are not limited to - the following list of topics:

  • Tourism and the natural environment: bio-physical hazards and environmental impacts;
  • Global and regional geopolitics: resilience and adaptation in tourism flows;
  • Social and demographic issues: societal changes and challenges;
  • Hosts-guests encounters/conflicts as a risk factor;
  • Destinations at risk: tourism induced pressures;
  • Safety and security in the tourism industry;
  • The lure of risk: niche tourism and adrenaline seeking;
  • Risks as determinants of travel profiles and behaviours;
  • Planning and management of risks/crises: business perspectives and strategies;
  • Risk and crisis management in travel and tourism: policies and practices;
  • Community approaches on risks and local tourism development;
  • Tourism in times of uncertainty: a bridge over troubled waters?
  • Risks and crisis communication in tourism;
  • Rethinking tourism related risks in the age of Anthropocene.

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PhD Colloquium

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PhD Colloquium

On Tuesday 20 October 2015 ATLAS organizes a PhD colloquium which will include a seminar on PhD tourism research methods, and presentations of and discussion about PhD research projects and, of course, also informal talks and the exchange of experiences about ‘everyday life’ as a PhD.

More information on this colloquium will soon be available. As ATLAS believes in the importance of encouraging PhD students to present and publish innovative research at their conferences, ATLAS offers PhD students a much reduced conference fee.

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Special tracks

The conference organizers invite proposals for organizing special tracks during the conference and encourage ATLAS Special Interest Groups and Chapters to plan meetings and workshops within or next to the conference program. Please contact admin@atlas-euro.org before 1 March 2015 if you have any plans to organize a SIG meeting or a project meeting during this conference.

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Special track 1 - ATLAS Latin America

On the second day of the conference there will be a Special Track on tourism in Latin America including two different sessions:

  • Academic Session with conference and communications, entitled "State of the art in research and education in tourism in Latin America"
  • ATLAS Work Session AMERICAS responsible for identifying and Action Plan 2015-2016

ATLAS Latin America seeks the constitution of a body consisting of universities, other institutions, individuals, professionals and researchers in the field of leisure tourism in Latin America. It aims to be a meeting point between academics and practitioners in the field of tourism and leisure in various Latin American countries.

All abstracts will be subject to double-blind review by members of the scientific committee. Acceptance of a submission will be based on: theoretical and empirical significance; methodological soundness; relevance to the theme of the conference and logical clarity. The official language of the conference is English. Abstracts should be submitted via the ATLAS website using the abstract form provided.

Contact person ATLAS Latin America:
Ana Goytia
University of Deusto
Spain
agoytia@deusto.es

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Special track 2 - Risky Gastronomies and Foodscapes

ATLAS Gastronomy Special Interest Group
Convener: Greg Richards, NHTV Breda (
Richards.g@nhtv.nl)

The ATLAS Annual Conference in Lisbon in October 2015 has the general theme of Risk in Travel and Tourism: geographies, behaviours and strategies. In line with this general theme, we invite papers for a special conference track on issues of risk in gastronomy and foodscapes. We take the notion of risk in a broad context, to include not just physical risks, but also the emotional risks and vulnerabilities of food production and consumption, the identity risks associated with the globalization of food, or the creative risk-taking necessary to develop new and innovative cuisines.  We particularly welcome papers that take risks themselves in terms of the use of new methodologies, the exploration of new theoretical perspectives or the exploration of new gastronomic frontiers.

Possible topics include, but are not limited to the following:

  • ‘Risky foods’ and authenticity in tourism and gastronomy
  • The risky geographies of foodscapes (gentrification through food, pacification by cappuccino, polentafication of ‘poor’ foods)
  • Risks of food production for tourists, such as replacement of local foods, over-reliance on tourism in food chains
  • Performing food and emotional risk in gastronomy
  • Small and medium enterprises and economic risk in gastronomy and tourism
  • Risks to the sustainability of gastronomic tourism
  • Gastronomic diplomacy and the use of food and foodways as conduit for culture
  • Gastronomy as a creative industry – the creative and emotional work of chefs and gastronomers in making destinations
  • Globalisation and regulation as risks for local food and local food cultures
  • The risks of decreasing food diversity for local economies and tourist destinations

All abstracts will be subject to double-blind review by members of the scientific committee. Acceptance of a submission will be based on: theoretical and empirical significance; methodological soundness; relevance to the theme of the conference and logical clarity. The official language of the conference is English. Abstracts should be submitted via the ATLAS website using the abstract form provided.

Abstracts should indicate that they are intended for the Risky Gastronomies and Foodscapes Special Track, and include the background, theoretical/practical implications, methods and/or data sources and indicative findings of the paper. Abstracts should have between 350-500 words. The title should be no more than 12 words. Authors should also indicate which conference topic their proposed paper relates to. Abstracts should be submitted before May 20th, 2015.

For more information on the work of the ATLAS Tourism and Gastronomy Group, see: https://independent.academia.edu/gregrichards/ATLAS-Tourism-and-Gastronomy-Group

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Special track 3 – Terrorism and tourism

Convener: Cândida Cadavez, Escola Superior de Hotelaria e Turismo do Estoril
candida.cadavez@eshte.pt

Thinking back of the 80s and 90s, one can easily remember some different situations in which tourists were victims of terrorism – 1985 Achille Lauro hijacking, 1988 Lockerbie bombing, or 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games bombing.

In the new millennium the industry of tourism has been forced to deal with other situations, whose global impact and awareness have made them impossible to be forgotten by all players as iconic heritage in tourism destination is also at stake, as happened in 2001 with the Bamiyan Statues in Afghanistan or with the Twin Towers, in New York, in 2002 at the Dubrovka Theater, in Russia, or in March 2015 at the Bardo Museum, in Tunis.

This track welcomes papers that discuss precisely how the tourism activity is being affected by regional or national social/political conflicts that end up messing with a sector which is globally recognized as a tool for the promotion of peace and understanding, as stated by the Global Code of Ethics for Tourism.

Possible topics include, but are not limited to the following:

  • How destinations deal with (global) security threats;
  • How far security threats interefere (or not) with the promotion of the destination; how destinations represent/re-design themselves;
  • How the decision-making process is influenced by past terrorist threats to destinations;
  • How the targetted places and/or icons are recycled;
  • How stakeholders handle the label of “unsecured” destination/attraction;
  • How WTO, the European Union and other entities deal with terrorist threats in tourism destinations.

All abstracts will be subject to double-blind review by members of the scientific committee. Acceptance of a submission will be based on theoretical and empirical significance; methodological soundness; relevance to the theme of the conference and logical clarity. The official language of the conference is English. Abstracts should be submitted via the ATLAS website using the abstract form provided.

Abstracts should indicate that they are intended for the Terrorism and tourism Special Track, and include the background, theoretical/practical implications, methods and/or data sources and indicative findings of the paper. Abstracts should have between 350-500 words. The title should be no more than 12 words. Authors should also indicate which conference topic their proposed paper relates to. Abstracts should be submitted before May 20th, 2015 by using this abstract submission form..

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Special track 4 - Independent Travel

Conveners:
Cody Morris Paris, Middlesex University Dubai, c.paris@mdx.ac
Kevin Hannam, Leeds Beckett University, K.M.Hannam@leedsbeckett.ac.uk

Consistent with the general theme of the ATLAS Annual Conference in Lisbon in October 2015, we invite papers for a special conference track on “Independent Travel and Risk”.  We invite papers that explore the inherent relationship of ‘risk’ with Independent Travel /Backpacking. 

Possible topics include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Identities of Risk for independent travelers
  • Negotiating risks and crisis via new technologies
  • Gendered perceptions of risk for independent travelers
  • Creative Risks: construction of narratives of risk and adventure by independent travelers
  • Conflict, Terrorism, Security risks and Independent travel
  • ‘Risky destinations’ and independent travel
  • Personal Health and ‘Risky behavior’ of independent travelers


All abstracts will be subject to double-blind review by members of the scientific committee. Acceptance of a submission will be based on: theoretical and empirical significance; methodological soundness; relevance to the theme of the conference and logical clarity. The official language of the conference is English. Abstracts should be submitted via the ATLAS website using the abstract form provided.

Abstracts should indicate that they are intended for the Independent Travel and Risk Special Track, and include the background, theoretical/practical implications, methods and/or data sources and indicative findings of the paper. Abstracts should have between 350-500 words. The title should be no more than 12 words. Authors should also indicate which conference topic their proposed paper relates to. Abstracts should be submitted before May 20th, 2015 by using this abstract submission form.

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Special track 5 - Tourism and Transport: Issues and challenges

Conveners:
Elisangela Machado - University of Brasilia, Brazil - elisangela-machado@hotmail.com
Nuno Costa - IGOT-ULisboa, Portugal - nunocosta@campus.ul.pt
Richard Weston - University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN), United Kingdom - rweston@uclan.ac.uk

Since 1980s tourism studies have highlighted the importance of transport in the expansion of tourism activities. Transport technological evolution has allowed going further, faster, cheaper and safer, therefore boosting tourism flows worldwide. However, transport is not only an origin-destination flow or an in-between spatial component; transport is a powerful business activity and is increasingly seen as a touristic product and a key determinant of the success/failure of tourist destinations. Companies, destinations and tourists, are all strongly dependent on internal and external trends, challenges and risks tourism and transport is facing, from a technological, environmental, social or political perspective.

This track welcomes papers that discuss the relation between tourism and transport and how tourism activity is being related to transport development. Possible topics are - but not limited to - the following:

  • Tourism and transport facing risk and uncertainty;
  • Tourist’s mobilities: users/consumption patterns;
  • History and future of transportation in tourism;
  • Competing places and destinations: the role of transports;
  • Smart, inclusive and sustainable transport in tourism;
  • Safety and security in tourism and transport.


All abstracts will be subject to double-blind review by members of the scientific committee. Acceptance of a submission will be based on: theoretical and empirical significance; methodological soundness; relevance to the theme of the conference and logical clarity. The official language of the conference is English. Abstracts should be submitted via the ATLAS website using the abstract form provided.

Abstracts should indicate that they are intended for the Tourism and Transport Special Track, and include the background, theoretical/practical implications, methods and/or data sources and indicative findings of the paper. Abstracts should have between 350-500 words. The title should be no more than 12 words. Authors should also indicate which conference topic their proposed paper relates to. Abstracts should be submitted before May 20th, 2015 by using this abstract submission form.

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 Special track 6 - Placemaking and Events – Risks and strategies

ATLAS Social Impact of Events Special Interest Group
Conveners:
Marisa de Brito and Greg Richards, NHTV Breda University
brito.m@nhtv.nl
richards.g@nhtv.nl

The ATLAS Annual Conference in Lisbon in October 2015 has the general theme of Risk in Travel and Tourism: geographies, behaviours and strategies. In line with this general theme, we invite papers for a special conference track on issues of Placemaking and events –risks and strategies.

How can cities and regions make themselves more attractive for people to live, visit and invest in? This is a crucial question as competition between cities to put themselves on the global map increases. Different cities or regions present different strategies: bidding to large events, copying successful events from elsewhere, or designing new concepts. Is there a best strategy depending on the region?

We do invite submissions from a range of disciplines, including political and social sciences, business and economics. Possible topics include, but are not limited to the following:

  • The role of events in enhancing place identity
  • The role of events in increasing well-being of users, such as locals and tourists
  • Cities, regions and different Events strategies
  • The role of events in community building
  • Events and (mitigation of) risks for regions and cities
  • Placemaking and Events: the role of regional geopolitics
  • Societal changes and challenges in cities and regions and the role of events
  • Events: environmental impacts in cities and regions
  • Events and Placemaking: typologies of risks


All abstracts will be subject to double-blind review by members of the scientific committee. Acceptance of a submission will be based on: theoretical and empirical significance; methodological soundness; relevance to the theme of the conference and logical clarity. The official language of the conference is English. Abstracts should be submitted via the ATLAS website using the abstract form provided.

Abstracts should indicate that they are intended for the Placemaking and Events track, and include the background, theoretical/practical implications, methods and/or data sources and indicative findings of the paper. Abstracts should have between 350-500 words. The title should be no more than 12 words. Authors should also indicate which conference topic their proposed paper relates to. Abstracts should be submitted before May 20th, 2015 by using this abstract submission form.

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Abstract submission

All abstracts will be subject to double-blind review by members of the scientific committee. Acceptance of a submission will be based on: theoretical and empirical significance; methodological soundness; relevance to the theme of the conference and logical clarity. The official language of the conference is English.

Special Track 1 will also accept submissions and presentations in Portuguese or Spanish.

Abstracts should be submitted to ATLAS by using this form.

Abstracts should indicate background, theoretical/practical implications, methods and/or data sources and indicative findings of the paper. Abstracts should have between 350-500 words. The title should be no more than 12 words. Authors should also indicate which conference topic their proposed paper relates to.

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Important dates

Abstract submission : May 20th, 2015
Notification of acceptance : May 25th, 2015
Full paper or extended abstract submission : July 10th, 2015
Comments by panel/editors   July 30th, 2015
Revised full paper submission : September 15th, 2015
Conference : October 20 - 23, 2015

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Publication details

All abstracts (max 500 words) and extended abstract/working papers (max 2000 words) will be published in the abstract book. This abstract book (with ISBN) will be sent to all registered participants before the conference, in PDF format.

The organisers developed two ways to publish the full papers (max 5000 words):

  1. Delegates are welcome to submit their full papers BEFORE the conference. These papers will be subject to double-blind review by members of the scientific committee. Outstanding full papers will be considered for publication in a book format (with ISBN and DOI) which will be delivered free of charge to registered participants at the conference (provided that enough papers will be submitted that will fit the theme of the conference).
  2. Delegates are also welcome to submit their full papers AFTER the conference. These will be published in the ATLAS publication series (with ISBN in PDF).


For the deadlines for submissions please have a look at Important dates

Working papers and full papers should be submitted to ATLAS in Ms WORD by e-mail attachment to admin@atlas-euro.org.

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Scientific committee

  • José Manuel Simões - CEG/ULisboa, Portugal
  • Carlos Cardoso Ferreira - CEG/ULisboa, Portugal
  • Ana Isabel Inácio - CEG/ULisboa, Portugal
  • João Sarmento - CEG/ULisboa, Portugal
  • Márilisa Coelho - CEG/ULisboa, Portugal
  • René van der Duim - Wageningen University, Netherlands
  • Ana Goytia Prat - University of Deusto, Spain
  • Kevin Hannam - Leeds Beckett University, United Kingdom
  • Carina Ren -  University of Aalborg, Denmark
  • Greg Richards - NHTV, Netherlands
  • Antonio Paolo Russo - University Rovira i Virgili, Spain

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Associated meetings

Associated meetings text

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Provisional programme

Provisional programme can be downloaded here.

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Optional study visits

Greater Lisbon

The half day optional Conference field trip, on Friday October 23rd, 2015, will take us on a bus tour to some of the most outstanding and iconic tourist places in the Lisbon region. Tourist hotspots such as Estoril, Cascais, Guincho, Cabo da Roca or Sintra will be part of our tour. We can thus appreciate the beauty of the place, while integrating some issues concerning tourism-related risks.

Departure from the conference venue at 14h30 and arrival at the conference venue at 19h30. Possible drop-off at the Lisbon airport around 19h00.

The costs are EURO 25. The tour will only take place with a minimum 25 participants, and there will be a maximum of 50 participants.

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Conference packages

Packages: ATLAS members Non-Members
Participants
  • Conference materials
  • Book
  • Welcome reception
  • Coffee breaks
  • 3 lunches
  • Guided walking tour
  • Conference dinner
€ 290
€ 370

Prefered fee for participants
from lusophone countries *

  • Conference materials
  • Book
  • Welcome reception
  • Coffee breaks
  • 3 lunches
  • Guided walking tour
  • Conference dinner
€ 220 € 300
Doctoral students
  • Conference materials
  • Welcome reception
  • Coffee breaks
  • 3 lunches
  • Guided walking tour
€ 80
€ 130
Conference dinner € 35
€ 35
Companions
  • Welcome Reception
  • Conference dinner
€ 50
€ 50
Field trip ** € 25
€ 25

(*) Angola, Brasil, Cabo Verde, Guiné Bissau, Moçambique, Portugal, São Tomé e Príncipe, Timor Leste
(**) Minimum 25 participants; maximum 50 participants.

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Cancellation policy

If written cancellation is received on or before October 1st, 2015, a refund of all meeting fees will be made, minus an administration fee of € 50. No refund will be possible after October 1st 2015, but substitute delegates can be nominated.

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Conference venues

The 2015 ATLAS Annual Conference will take place at the Universidade de Lisboa, Cidade Universitária campus. Centrally located, this campus host several faculties, institutes, the rector house and cantines. Just 15 minutes away from the airport by taxi, it is served by a specific subway station and so easily reach from the city centre, the international railway stations and the Lisbon airport.

All facilities for the Conference – auditorium for plenary sessions, parallel sessions rooms, bars/canteens, toilets, ATM, etc. - are located in the building of Faculdade de Letras.

Address:
Faculdade de Letras
Alameda da Universidade
Cidade Universitária, 1649 - 004 Lisboa, PORTUGAL

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Conference organisers

Organisers

    http://territur.ul.pt/en and http://www.ceg.ul.pt

 

   http://www.atlas-euro.org

 

Partners

   http://www.smsss.surrey.ac.uk

    http://www.talm.uq.edu.au

 

Support

Media partner

    http://www.publituris.pt/

WorkMedia – Comunicação, S.A.

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Accomodation

Lisbon has very significant and diverse accommodation facilities. The organisation is negotiating special prices in specific hotels located close or with easy access from the conference venue. Further information about Conference hotels will soon be available.


 

Special prices have bee arranged with the following hotels:

NH Lisboa Campo Grande ****
http://www.nh-hotels.com/hotel/nh-lisboa-campo-grande?_ga=1.103782464.1710253267.1432309908
Address: Campo Grande, 7, 1700-087- Lisboa - Portugal
Special Rate:
Single room: 70 € / night (breakfast included)
Double room: 82€ / night (breakfast included)
Reservation must be made to the e-mail: nhcampogrande@nh-hotels.com
Reference: “ATLAS 2015”
Special rate will only be guarantee until 1st September 2015
 
Hotel Barcelona 3K ****
http://www.hotel3kbarcelona.pt/en/
Address: R. Laura Alves 10, 1050-138 - Lisboa - Portugal
Special Rate:
Single room: 60 € / night (breakfast included)
Double room: 68€ / night (breakfast included)
Reservation must be made to the e-mail: geral@hotel3kbarcelona.pt
Email: Reference:“ATLAS 2015”
Special rate will only be guarantee until 22nd August 2015
 
Hotel Zurique ***

http://www.viphotels.com/en/Hotels/VIP-Executive-Zurique/About-Hotel.aspx
Address: Rua Ivone Silva 18, 1050-124 Lisboa - Portugal
Special Rate:
Single room: 52 € / night (breakfast included)
Double room: 59€ / night (breakfast included)
Email: res.zurique@viphotels.com
Reference: “ATLAS 2015”
Special rate will only be guarantee until 1st September 2015

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Arriving and local transport

From the airoport
 
From the Lisbon Airoport (Portela) to the Cidade Universitária its a 10 minutes drive. The aeroport is very close to the city center. There are several alternatives to get to the campus, including the subway (Metro), the Aerobus, city buses (Carris) or taxi.
 
Taxi
 
The taxi allows you to get to Cidade Universitária coming from anywhere in the city, but the rate also increases with the distance traveled, the amount of traffic and time. Generally, a trip from the airport to Cidade Universitária costs about € 10. You can purchase "taxi vouchers" at the airport for about 20 €.
 
Bus
 
The entire city of Lisbon is covered by a network of urban transport with convenient schedules and frequent buses. The following buses stop near the Faculdade de Letras: 31, 35, 738, 768
For more information visit the web page from bus company Carris:
http://www.carris.pt/en/home/
 
Subway (Metro)
 
The building of the Faculdade de Letras is a 2 minute walk from the metro station with the name "Cidade Universitária". This station is on the Yellow line. Each trip costs € 1.40 plus € 0.50 to purchase the rechargeable card "Viva Viagem". You can also buy a day ticket (€ 6.00), valid throughout the Metro and Carris network for a period of 24 hours. For more information visit the Lisbon Metro website:
http://www.metrolisboa.pt/
 

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Registration

  • Contact
    Please contact: e-mail admin@atlas-euro.org.
     
  • Registration
    Submit this form to register for the conference.
     
  • Abstract submission form
    Submit this form to submit an abstract for the conference.

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