IntelliSys 2020 will be held in Amsterdam which is a global city, with rich architectural history, dominated by water. It is a meeting point for all different cultures around the world and has a welcoming attitude towards visitors.
Amsterdam is the Netherlands’ capital, known for its artistic heritage, elaborate canal system and narrow houses with gabled facades, legacies of the city’s 17th-century Golden Age.
This historic city of canals and grand architecture is also home to some of the world’s most famous attractions, such as the Van Gogh Museum, Rijksmuseum and Anne Frank House, where the Jewish diarist hid during the Second World War. Everywhere you look, you are immersed in history and diversity, from a 400-year-old canal house to an ultra-modern waterfront hotel to an all-purpose conference venue that can host 20,000 people. Best of all, Amsterdam’s high-speed train connections and convenient Schiphol airport make it easy to get to, wherever in the world you might be.
Detailed venue information will be available in the next 4-6 weeks.
The Conference is non-residential and delegates are requested to make their own accommodation bookings in hotels near to the venue.
Amsterdam Central Station is your destination if you are travelling to the Netherlands by train. Click here to plan your train travels from almost any European destination to Amsterdam city centre.
When visiting the Netherlands for a maximum of 90 days you may need a short-stay Schengen visa. Please consult the following list to check if you should apply for a visa. Information on how to apply for a visa can be found here. Even if you do not need a visa, there are rules on travelling to the Netherlands without a visa.
For security purposes, the conference has policy for issuing official Visa Support Letters as follows:
Visa Support Letters will be issued via email in PDF format. Please contact the Conference Manager at [email protected] to arrange for a Visa Support Letter. You must include:
Note: Obtaining a Visa Support Letter from IntelliSys Conference will not guarantee that your visa application will be approved. The letter is merely supplementary information that explains a visa applicant's intended purpose of travel to United Kingdom.