Challenge Bibendum - Berlin 2011 : Access

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Challenge Bibendum - Berlin 2011 : Access

  1. 1. 6. FORMALITIES 6.1 Arrival of participants teams and vehicles We will send you a document separately to gather all details regarding the logistics for your vehicles. Delivery Address: Challenge Bibendum Contact for Logistics: Airport Tempelhof Mr. Alain Mérée Building 7 Gate - Gate II Phone: +49 172 736 70 01 Tempelhofer Damm 1-7 12101 Berlin Arrival by the Werner Loebermann Weg48 . Challenge Bibendum Berlin - Participants’ Guide - 4th Edition - April 2011
  2. 2. 6.2 Welcome Desk Berlin Tempelhof - Airport Upon arrival, you will be asked to go and retrieve your badge and all the Challenge Bibendum’s documents at the welcome desk GAT office, at the Tempelhof entrance. Signage will facilitate your access. Attention: Two small public parking lots, P2 and P3, located near Tempelhof’s main entry, are available to visitors and/or exhibitors coming to Tempelhof by car. The sponsors’ communication and/or exhibitor teams will receive Sponsor or Exhibitor badges, that will give them access to all of Challenge Bibendum activities, except for the media center. Welcome Desk up to May 18th: Berlin Tempelhof Airport Challenge Bibendum Team Tempelhofer Damm 1.7 - Bereich C GAT Challenge Bibendum Büro 12101 Berlin Welcome Desk from May 18th: Berlin Tempelhof Airport Main Public Entrance Platz der Luftbrücke 5 12101 Berlin49 . Challenge Bibendum Berlin - Participants’ Guide - 4th Edition - April 2011
  3. 3. 6.3 Passport and Visa Passports / Identity Cards: A valid passport or Identity Card, depending on your nationality, is required for your stay in Germany. Visa: We recommend that you contact the German Embassy or Consulate in your country to check the passport and visa requirements for your country of origin. You can also visit http://www.auswaertiges-amt.de/diplo/en/Startseite.html for more information about visa requirements. If a visa is needed you can asked for an official invitation letter, available upon request on www.challengebibendum.com during your registration. 6.4 Driving License Participants or visitors can only drive a vehicle if they have presented a valid driving license. Participants drivers’ licenses will be checked on the day of arrival. Every guest or journalist who wants to test drive any vehicle (for instance during the Ride and Drive sessions) will have to present a valid driving license and have it checked by our staff. The following driving licenses are accepted: (1) German driving license (2) European Union member state and Swiss driving licenses (3) International driving licenses (4) Foreign driving licenses with a German translation50 . Challenge Bibendum Berlin - Participants’ Guide - 4th Edition - April 2011

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