Congress Centre Davos
The Davos congress centre is one of the most modern congress centres in Switzerland.
Hall A is reserved for the World Biodiversity Forum, offering a plenary hall seating 800 participants, and 8 meetings rooms for parallel sessions and workshops.
The foyers and hallway offer ample space for coffee and lunch breaks, poster sessions, exhibition booths and meeting places. A registration office completes the space.
Davos City and Surroundings
Davos is the highest town in Europe (1560 m a.s.l.). Situated in the canton of Graubünden, it is a world renowned Alpine resort and, nestled in the mountains, offers access to many different summer and winter sport areas.
For more information on Davos and what to do in your spare time, visit Davos Tourism.
How to get there
We encourage participants to select environmentally friendly travel options for the travel to Davos. Consider using the train instead of flying, if you have to fly, please consider carbon offset options for your trip.
Davos is easily reached by train from all major centres of Switzerland, the train trip will take you through the breath-taking scenery of the alps. Coming from overseas, take the train or plane to Zurich, and from there, travel by train to Davos.
During your stay in Davos, you will benefit from a travel pass that grants you free transport on the Davos-Klosters public transport system.
Please consult the options below to plan your trip.
WIth more than ninety hotels and a thousand holiday flats, Davos offers accommodation for every taste and every pocket.
We have negotiated special rates with a number of hotels and holiday flats. Please access the Davos Congress website to book your accommodation.
PLEASE NOTE: SCAM WARNING
EXPO HOUSING SERVICES have contacted a number of participants by phone, informing them that they work for us, and promised accommodation at special rates, then asking for credit card details to pay a deposit on the hotel room. THIS IS A SCAM! Nor the World Biodiversity Forum nor Davos Congress is associated with this company, nor have we requested their services.
Only use the link below to book your room through Davos Congress, or use a reputable booking website. Contact us if you have any questions, or are contacted by them.
The weather in Davos
Climate in Davos is alpine, cold-temperate with precipitation throughout the year. February is the coldest month, with average temperatures below freezing. It is also the driest month, but precipitation in the form of snow can nevertheless be expected throughout the month.
What to do around Davos when not at the conference
Davos - a family friendly congress location
Child careThe conference centre does not have its own baby-sitting or childcare facilities. Some hotels have own offers. The website below gives a number of apps and contacts for you to book individual childcare. If your child is 3 years and older, why not enrol it in a ski course for some of the time.