Figure 1: San Giovanni Hall or Capitulary Room 1727-1762.
The Conference will be hosted at Scuola Grande San Giovanni Evangelista in Venice (Italy) founded in 1261.
Venice is one of the best known tourist destinations in the world.
Scuola Grande is a monumental complex with illustrious examples of Venetian Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque art and architecture by Codussi, Lombardo, Massari, Morlaiter, Palma il Giovane, Tintoretto, Longhi.
The School has been the seat of the lay brotherhood of the same name for over seven centuries, as well as a museum open to the public.
In Figure 1 you can see where the plenary will be held.
Getting to Venice is easy.
Venice is connected to the mainland (Venezia Mestre) by the Ponte della Libertà, a 4km-long bridge used by cars and trains. The bridge leads to the Stazione Marittima ferry terminal, the Tronchetto and Piazzale Roma car parks and, by train, to the railway station. Vehicles cannot enter Venice beyond these terminals, so visitors arriving by car must park and those arriving by train must get off at Venezia Santa Lucia station.
If you choose to arrive by train, the connection is S.LUCIA TRAIN STATION.
The parking options by car or arrival by bus or ship can be consulted at this link.