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General & Onsite Information

Easily access all the essential information you need, including key dates and contact details, travel information in one convenient location.

Important Dates, Addresses and Contacts

Start abstract submission

Monday, 22 January 2024

Start online registration

Tuesday, 16 April 2024

Closure abstract submission

Friday, 1 March 2024

Early registration deadline

Thursday, 27 June 2024

E-poster upload invitation

Mid-September 2024

Regular registration deadline

Thursday, 5 September 2024

Congress dates

Wednesday, 2 October to Friday, 4 October 2024


The Reed Messe Wien Exhibition & Congress Center, the venue for the upcoming EUROSPINE Annual Meeting, is conveniently located in Vienna, offering attendees easy accessibility. With state-of-the-art facilities and comprehensive amenities, it provides everything needed to ensure successful congress days.

Reed Messe Wien Exhibition & Congress Center

Messeplatz 1
1020 Vienna


This picture shows Jürgen Meier.
Jürgen Meier

Director of Meetings and Operations

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Julie-Lyn Noël

Director of Education & Research

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Sandrina Schempp

Meetings & Operations Manager

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Anna Faber

Marketing Communications Manager

Sylvia Hartog-Meisser

Marketing & Sales Manager

This picture shows Danaé Lambert.
Danaé Lambert

Membership Relations

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Angelika Salmen

Education and Research Manager

Sandy Sutter

Quality Assurance Manager

Official Congress Organiser, Registration & Sponsorship

Mondial Congress & Events

Mondial GmbH & Co KG
Operngasse 20B
1040 Vienna

About Vienna

Vienna, a city with about two million inhabitants, is situated in the very heart of Europe. Due to its unique geographic and geopolitical location, Vienna has been the setting for many international events and has become a popular conference venue. Vienna hosts one of the United Nations headquarters and is home to a number of other international organisations.
Vienna’s ever-changing history has left an indelible mark on the city, a mark also manifest in a rich cultural heritage. The city’s ultimate fascination stems from merging imperial grandeur with a cosmopolitan spirit, a combination which emerged after the dissolution of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. Viennese writers, musicians and artists as well as scientists have all influenced many aspects of our modern world. Vienna took part in all major political developments of the 20th century. Shaped over the centuries as the capital of a huge empire, Vienna will always arouse feelings of nostalgia.

Today, Vienna offers historical palaces alongside modern shopping centres, traditional hotels, Austrian food as well as haute cuisine, typical Viennese coffee houses and luxury restaurants, outstanding opera and theatre performances, classical concerts and open-air festivals, antique shops next to elegant boutiques – all joined together in incomparable Viennese harmony.

Sights, Arts & Culture, Gastronomy, Shopping

Please visit:


Vienna, the largest city of Austria, lies between a transition of humid continental and oceanic climate.
Temperatures in Vienna in October usually range between 15°C - 7°C by day, nights are cooler.
For detailed information on weather forecast, please visit:

Electricity & Time

The main voltage in Austria is 230V.
Vienna is in the Central European Time Zone, one hour ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).


Service is usually included in the prices in bars and restaurants. Tips are always welcome and usually 10%.

Banks and Local Currency

Banking hours in general are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 08:00–15:00, Thursday 08:00–17:00. ATMs are located outside most banks, cash can be withdrawn there 24/7. National and foreign Maestro cards (cash cards) as well as Mastercard, AMEX, Visa and Diners are accepted.
Credit cards are also accepted by numerous hotels, restaurants, shops and gas stations.

Useful telephone numbers

Fire Brigade: 122
Police: 133
Emergency Medical Service: 144
International Emergency Number: 112
More information about the meeting destination Vienna at:

How to get to Vienna

Getting around in Vienna

Public Transportation Vienna
The congress venue (Reed Messe Wien, Station: U2 Messe-Prater) as well as all hotels can easily be reached using Vienna's efficient and modern public transport network of underground lines, trams and busses. Depending on the line in question, hours of operation are between 05:00 and 00:30 daily.

Public transportation tickets are available in Vienna Transport Authority's ticket offices, as well as at the ticket machines in all underground stations.

Several taxi companies exist - recommended telephone numbers to order a taxi:
+43 1 31 300
+43 1 40 100
+43 1 81 400

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