The work of the congress will be held at the University of Milan – Palazzo Greppi – Sala Napoleonica – Via S. Antonio n. 12 – Milan.


The official languages used during the work of the Congress are: English, French.

Simultaneous translation into English and French is provided.


Hostess assistance is provided with a Congress desk at Malpensa airport and Linate airport who will provide information on how to reach the Congress venue and hotels.


The congress registration fee does not include any insurance. Participants are advised to provide adequate insurance on their own.


The weather in October is relatively mild. However, a temperature excursion is possible, especially in the evening.


Fedora” – Overwhelming story of passion, violence and betrayal. Director Marco Armiliato. Cast: Fedora: Sonya Yoncheva, The Countess Olga Sukarev: Mariangela Sicilia, Loris Ipanov: Roberto Alagna, De Siriex: George Petean


All reservations must be made directly at the hotels.

Galleria Vik Milano
Via Silvio Pellico, 8
20121 Milano
NH Collection Milano President
Largo Augusto, 10
20122 Milano
Starhotel Rosa Grand
Piazza Fontana, 3
20122 Milano
iH Hotels Milano Ambasciatori
Galleria del Corso, 3
20122 Milano


For the free evening on Friday 21 October we recommend:

DON LISANDER Via Alessandro Manzoni, 12/A – Milano Tel: +39 0276020130  
Historic restaurant opened in 1947 in the heart of Milan, a hundred steps from the Teatro alla Scala. It takes its name from Alessandro Manzoni, affectionately called Don Lisander by the Milanese. The internal room is set up in what was once the chapel of Palazzo Trivulzio, whose magnificent garden is still visible today from the restaurant patio. Reserved area in the fully covered courtyard.
BOEUCC Piazza Belgioioso, 2 – Milano Tel. +39 0276020224  
Antico Ristorante Boeucc is the true typical Milanese restaurant, brought to the catering elite by Paolo Brioschi, who led it personally and successfully from 1979 to 2004. Today, daughter Monica and husband Marco have made Boeucc famous all over the world for their impeccable service. Linen tablecloths, silver cutlery, crystal glasses and impeccable service, combined with a refined cuisine always faithful to the traditional typical Milanese restaurant, will make you experience moments of great emotion, in the heart of the historic center of Milan in a unique atmosphere of late nineteenth century.  
SPAZIO NIKO ROMITO 4° Piano de Il Mercato del Duomo Piazza del Duomo Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, 1 – Milano Tel. +39 02878400   The restaurant offers a model of contemporary Italian cuisine based on research and creativity, with particular attention to raw materials and the lightness of the preparations. The menu offers simple yet refined dishes, in which to find the original flavor of the ingredients. A lively exchange of flavors takes place between Spazio Niko Romito and the city so that each menu, while never losing sight of the original philosophy, comes to incorporate traces of the local gastronomy.  
I DODICI GATTI PIZZERIA Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, 11 – Milano Tel. +39 3468457420   Once upon a time there was an elderly woman who lived in one of the attics of the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. The old woman was known, because through the dormers she fed the pigeons and her pair of black cats that roamed free on the roofs. The day the old woman, too lonely and too old to continue living up there, she left the attic, her cats remained. Too wild and too wary to be caught, contemptuous of danger and curious enough to venture into the Galleria’s warehouses and shops more than once, the cats thrived. The old woman’s cats have multiplied and today, on the roofs of the Gallery, lives a colony of twelve cats, all black. With great enthusiasm we, together with the Municipality of Milan and the Animal Protection Association, are committed to contributing to their care, leaving them the space and tranquility they need, because a cat-free roof is anonymous.  


Less than 90 km from Milan, there is Stresa, a small town with an enchanting panorama, as well as the most convenient point to reach the Borromean islands by lake.

Isola Madre rises in the middle of the gulf and houses a magnificent Renaissance palace, surrounded by one of the oldest and most important gardens in Italy. The mild climate of the island has allowed over the centuries to create a wonderful botanical garden with subtropical varieties, rare species of camellias, azaleas and rhododendrons.

Isola Pescatori is the most picturesque of the islands and owes its name to the activity of its inhabitants. Its charm is given by the characteristic houses and branches of small alleys.

Isola Bella is entirely occupied by the Italian garden of Palazzo Borromeo, a Baroque masterpiece suspended over the waters of Lake Maggiore. It took almost four hundred years and the teamwork of hundreds of architects, engineers, plasterers, painters and cabinetmakers to bring about the extraordinary transformation of Isola Bella from a rock into a place of delight.

The Borromeo family, already owners of Isola Madre since 1501, from the first twenty years of the seventeenth century with Julius Caesar III and Charles III concentrated their interests on the island, starting the grandiose project that will lead to the creation of the Palace and the garden.

This intent will be pursued, expanded and defined by Vitaliano VI in all respects considered the founder of Isola Bella.

The Excursion ends at around 17:00.


Italian Group of the LIDC

Associazione Italiana per la Tutela della Concorrenza

c/o Studio Legale Sena & Partners

Corso Venezia n. 2

20121 Milan – Italy

(0039) 0276000579


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