Venue

Education Department (EPOP – Escola Portuguesa de Oncologia do Porto)
Portuguese Oncology Institute of Porto (IPO Porto)
Rua Dr. António Bernardino de Almeida 4
4200-72 Porto, Portugal

On arrival at the Metro IPO station, you will see the IPO‐Porto entrance just opposite. Walk straight ahead inside IPO‐Porto limits towards the building EPOP‐Escola Portuguesa de Oncologia do Porto.

Entrance to the meeting venue (go straight ahead, stairs to the right, lift to the left, venue is one floor up on the 3rd floor).

IPO Porto

IPO‐Porto is the largest specialised Portuguese Cancer Institution with a triple role: patient care, research and teaching in Oncology. It is a member
of the Organization of European Cancer Institutes (OECI) and it treats about 11,000 new patients per year. The meeting venue in IPO‐Porto will take place at the facilities
of EPOP (Escola Portuguesa de Oncologia do Porto), namely at the main auditorium and adjacent meeting rooms.

How to reach the meeting venue

By metro: Take the Metro line D (yellow) at Aliados station towards Hospital São João until the IPO station, which is just opposite the IPO‐Porto entrance that allows direct access to the meeting venue.

By bus: The following STCP buses serve the surrounding area of IPO‐Porto and Hospital São João: 204, 205, 300, 301, 305, 505, 506, 603, 604, 704, 705, 706, 707, 803, 804. The bus stop is in front of Hospital São João (located 200m from the meeting venue).

Local transport

The rechargeable ticket Andante can be bought at the automatic ticket machines at any Metro station and can be used both in the Metro and buses (STCP). To travel by Metro between the city centre and the meeting venue (Metro every 6 minutes) you need a Z2 ticket (€1.30 + €0.60 the first time you buy the Andante rechargeable ticket).
Validate your ticket before entering the Metro and inside the bus and every time you change lines. For further maps and schedules see the links below:

Metro: http://www.metrodoporto.pt/en/
Buses: http://www.stcp.pt/en/travel/maps/search‐maps