Find all about where to stay, getting to the venue and discovering the city
Health and Safety Measures
During the Covid19 pandemic there are several safety measures in place in Portugal, that might change in time.
For updated information on Covid-19 measures implemented in Portugal, please check the Visit Portugal website.
For U.S. Participants, U.S. Embassy & Consulate in Portugal has specific details.
These guidelines might change at any time, so refer back to this page for updates.Keeping you safe In order to make the event a safe experience for all, we'll provide:
- Disposable masks
- Plenty of hand sanitiser stations
- Spaces designed to provide adequate social distancing
If you need a viral Covid test to travel back home, the Farmacia Vasco da Gama provides a drop-in testing service.
The UXLx Venue
The FIL Meeting Centre is a deconstructivist marvel built in 1998 for the Lisbon World Expo. There are numerous public transportation options nearby and plenty of car parks. The building is entirely accessible. Located at Rua do Bojador.
Getting around Lisbon
Lisbon, the city of the seven hills, is one of the oldest cities in the world. Lisbon was called many things over the centuries like Luxbona, Lixbuna or Ulixbone (hence the LX shorthand still used today).
Walking is the best way to wander around in Lisbon, cross its narrow streets, enjoy the views on the top of its hills and mingle with the population.
For longer distances, public transportation is fast and cheap. And you can't miss the chance to ride one of the famous yellow trams.