Davos Congress Centre

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The Davos Congress Centre seen from the air
Main entrance

The Davos Congress Centre is the major convention centre in Davos, Switzerland. It opened in 1969 and has undergone major transformations and extensions in 1979, 1989 and 2010. It has hosted the meetings of the World Economic Forum since 1971.

Since the last extension in 2010, the Davos Congress Centre can host up to 5,000 attendees with 34 high-tech rooms for 20 to 1,800 people. The centre includes a spacious entrance hall and a plenary hall spanning 45 metres.

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