Conference Venue
Map of Davos and Kongress Center
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Travel to Davos
Passport and Visa Information
Electricity
Language
Currency

The 2010 World Universities Forum will be held at Congress Center Davos, Switzerland from 9 to 11 January.

Conference Venue
Congress Center Davos
Promenade 92
7270 Davos Platz
SWITZERLAND

Map of Davos and Kongress Center

Travel to Davos
The easiest way to reach Davos is to fly to Zurich International Airport. You can go directly by train from the airport building - just look for the signs. These trains will take you to the central railroad station (Hauptbahnhof) in Zurich, where you may have to change trains for Landquart-Chur - some trains continue to Landquart directly. You will always have to change trains in Landquart. Trains for the last part of the journey, Landquart-Davos-Chur, are leaving approximately every hour until 19.30 every day. Enjoy this scenic train ride in the Alps! The train ride from the airport to Davos takes about 3 hours, and will cost about CHF 140 (first class) or CHF 85 (second class). www.rail.ch

Passport and Visa Information
http://www.myswitzerland.com/en.cfm/travel/information/travel/information/offer-Travel_FactsAndFigures-
Passport_Visa-327783.html

Electricity
The current used throughout Switzerland is 230 Volts (AC), 50 cycles. Most power sockets are designed for three pin round plugs. The standard continental type plug with two round pins, applied for many electrical travel products, may be used without problemd. Adaptors are available in most hotels.

Language
The national languages of Switzerland are German (North, Central and Eastern Switzerland), French (Western Switzerland), Italian (Southern Switzerland) and Romansh - a derive of Latin (South-Eastern Switzerland). English is widely spoken.

Currency
The unit of currency in Switzerland Is the Swiss franc.