2019 Global Summit Lisbon
- 1 Before you leave home
- 2 After you arrive
- 3 Meeting Spaces
- 4 Tourism
- 5 Credits
Before you leave home
Visa and Entry Requirements for Portugal
If you haven't already applied for your visa, it may be too late. See here https://summit.creativecommons.org/travelling-to-portugal/
CC HQ and scholarship recipients are staying at | My Story Tejo.
Our CC Portugal team kindly put together suggestions for other hotels https://summit.creativecommons.org/accommodations-in-lisbon/
Portugal uses Euros. See how much your home currency is compared to EUR! https://www.oanda.com/currency/
In May, the weather in Lisbon gets up to the low 20's (Celsius) during the day and mid-teens in the evening. You may see a bit of rain. Be sure to have a jacket and long pants.
Portugal uses Type F for their plugs and sockets. Be sure to bring along an adapter if you are coming from a country that does not use the same type. https://www.power-plugs-sockets.com/portugal/
After you arrive
Travel between the airport and the hotel
SIM Cards & Cellphones
There are kiosks in the airport where you can get a temporary sim card. It should cost about 15 or 20 EUR for a sim card with data for a week or so. MEO or Vodafone are both reliable carriers.
Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352 1350-352 Lisboa, Portugal Nearest transit station
Capitólio Parque Mayer Lisboa, Portugal
Make sure you registered for the event!
When you arrive, simply show a piece of identification to a person at the registration desk to get in. Do not lose your badge, it is your access pass for the whole weekend.
Slack channel: #cc-summit
Non-Civic Community Spaces
Meeting at Coffee Shops
Meeting at Bars
Privately Operated Spaces and Space Booking Services
You'll find the Lisbon wikitravel page here https://wikitravel.org/en/Lisbon