We are proud to announce the 2018 Europe Liberty Forum in Copenhagen, Denmark! #EuropeLF18 is sponsored by Atlas Network and co-hosted by the Center for Political Studies (CEPOS). Register today!
The Europe Liberty Forum brings together friends of the freedom movement across Europe to discuss challenges facing the region and to learn from one another how to most effectively advance free-market reforms.
You will learn from distinguished speakers and participate in interactive sessions to strengthen civil society efforts to move public policy in the direction of greater freedom. At the closing dinner, Atlas Network will announce the winners of its Regional Liberty Awards, which celebrate the most successful projects by Atlas Network partners.
Europe Liberty Forum will take place at the Comwell Conference Center in Copenhagen on Tuesday, May 29 and Wednesday, May 30. Plan to arrive on May 28 as programming will begin early on May 29, 2018. The Europe Liberty Forum closing dinner will take place in the evening of Wednesday, May 30 at the Comwell Conference Center.
Apply here to compete in the Europe Think Tank Shark Tank; open to Atlas Leadership Academy Graduates only. Application deadline is March 28, 2018.
Apply here for the 2018 Europe Liberty Liberty Award; application deadline is April 1, 2018.
Major sponsorship for Atlas Network's Regional Liberty Forums generously provided by the John Templeton Foundation.
Taxpayers Regional Forum on Monday, May 28
Prior to Europe Liberty Forum, the World Taxpayers Associations along with the Tax Foundation, Americans for Tax Reform and Atlas Network are pleased to invite international delegates to join us in an exchange of ideas and best practices to advance the cause of limited and accountable government at the Taxpayers Regional Forum on Monday, May 28. Attendance at the Taxpayers Regional Forum costs $50 and requires a separate ticket from the Europe Liberty Forum. Click here to learn more and register.
The Europe Liberty Forum meetings will take place at the Comwell Conference Center and attendees guest rooms are being held at the adjacent AC Hotel Bella Sky. Information and details on both are below.
Europe Liberty Forum Conference Venue:
Comwell Conference Center Copengagen
Center Boulevard 5
2300 Copenhagen S, Denmark
Tel.: +45 32 47 30 30
Europe Liberty Forum Hotel Reservations:
AC Hotel Bella Sky Copenhagen
Center Boulevard 5
2300 Copenhagen S, Denmark
Tel.: +45 32 47 30 00
Learn more about the hotel here.
Room rates at the AC Hotel Bella Sky are 1,450 DKK (about USD$245) for a single room and 1,650 DKK (about USD$280) for a double room. Room rates include breakfast.
Reservations must be provided to the hotel by Atlas Network. To make your room reservations, please email the following information to email@example.com:
- First Name:
- Last Name:
- Check in Date & Time:
- Check out Date & Time:
- Room Type: Single or Double (If requesting Double, please provide # of guests and whether you will one one bed or two in the room.)
With unique architecture and boutique rooms, AC Hotel Bella Sky Copenhagen is a stylish destination for business or leisure. Explore the many attractions in nearby Copenhagen city center and enjoy convenient shuttle service to and from the airport. Relax in spacious rooms, featuring premium amenities, floor-to-ceiling windows and authentic Danish design elements. Release your tension at our 4-star spa and sip specialty cocktails. Start your morning with a hot buffet breakfast at BM Restaurant and punctuate an eventful day with delicious, locally-sourced fare at BASALT. Host intimate meetings and large events in the adjacent Bella Center and tackle timely projects in our on-site business center. With a gym, pool and complimentary Wi-Fi, our hotel offers an exceptional lodging experience, amid the very best of Copenhagen.
This designer hotel is an integrated part of Comwell Conference Center Copenhagen where the Europe Liberty Forum meetings will take place
Travel to Copenhagen
Wondering how you'll get to Europe Liberty Forum? Click here to view various transportation options to the Copenhagen.
Things To See and Do
Copenhagen is a safe place to walk around, but as with any other major city, be aware of pickpockets and keep an eye on your belongings in public transportation.
The average weather in May is between 45°F and 65°F. This time of year can be rainy, so bring your umbrella just in case.
The Danish currency is called “Kroner” (DKK). 1 USD is approximately 6 DKK and 1 Euro is approximately 7.5 DKK. You can pay with international credit cards almost everywhere in Copenhagen and always at hotels.
You will find that some shops, hotels and restaurants, particularly in the larger cities, will display prices in both Danish kroner and Euros and many are likely to accept payment in Euros. However, as the official currency is Danish kroner no establishment is obliged to accept payment in any other currency. It is advisable to check prior to making a purchase, or having a meal, if you wish to pay in anything other than Danish kroner.
The prices are similar to the rest of Northern Europe.
Taxi and Transportation Tips
Taxis are relatively expensive and Uber has been banned in Copenhagen. However, a taxi from the airport and hotel venue will not cost more than 20 euros as the location is close to the airport. It is not customary to tip taxi drivers.
You can also take the train to Ørestad St. directly from the airport.
There is also a metro link from the airport but this will take much longer as you have to transfer downtown. Getting from the venue to downtown Copenhagen is very easy by metro.