First Round of Abstract Submission Ends: Dec 28, 2023
Extended Early Bird Ends: Apr 16, 2024


Conference City and Venue

Hotel Address

The Bruntsfield Hotel
69 Bruntsfield Place, Edinburgh EH10 4HH, UK

Note: Please mention the organizer "Synergia Summits" , if you wish to contact hotel reception.

Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland and it is located in central eastern Scotland, near the Firth of Forth, close to the North Sea. Thanks to its spectacular rocks, rustic buildings and a huge collection of medieval and classic architecture, including numerous stone decorations, it is often considered one of the most lively cities in Europe. Scottish people called it Auld Reekie, Edina, Athens of the North and Britain’s Other Eye.

Edinburgh is not only one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, it is a city with a fantastic position. The view falls on all sides – green hills, the hint of the blue sea, the silhouettes of the buildings and the red cliffs. It is a city that calls you to explore it by foot – narrow streets, passageways, stairs and hidden church yards on every step will pull you away from the main streets.

The city is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the UK. It is the capital of Scotland and home to many tourist attractions. A visit here will be well worth it, considering the numerous things you can do and see. Most of the structures in the Old Town have remained in their original form over the years. Charming medieval relics are plenty in this section of the city. In contrast, orderly Georgian terraces line the streets of the New Town. The general urban scenery is a blend of ancient structures and modern architecture, which gives the city a unique character. In 1995, the Old Town was listed as a UNESCO Heritage Site. With year round festivals, a throbbing nightlife and an entertaining arts scene, Edinburgh never falls short of interesting travel ventures for tourists.

Galleries and Museums:

One of the most appealing things about Edinburgh is that almost everything is within walking distance.

Some of Scotland’s most important national galleries are situated within a short stroll of the city centre. There are also plenty of locally run museums and galleries dotted around the capital.