Plan your IMCAS in Paris

Key Moments

14.00 - 20.00
Badge pick up (welcome area - level 0)
7.00 - 9.00
Registration begins
9.00 - 18.30
Product analysis
9.00 - 18.30
Cadaver workshop
9.00
Conference & exhibition begin
16.30 - 18.30
Teaching Courses (optional)
18.30
Conference & exhibition end
7.00 - 8.00
Registration begins
8.00
Conference & exhibition begin
8.00 - 19.00
Lipofilling one day class
8.00 - 17.00
Clinical Dermatology session (room 3)
8.00 - 19.00
Anti-aging series: Cosmeceuticals state-of-the-art (room 4)
16.00 - 19.00
World Industry Tribune 2017
16.00 - 19.00
Live demonstrations (lasers, lights, RF & EBD)
17.00 - 19.00
Teaching Courses (optional)
19.00
Conference & exhibition end
19.00 - 20.00
Networking cocktail (open to all attendees)
7.00 - 8.00
Registration begins
8.00
Conference & exhibition begin
8.00 - 16.30
Regional course: Middle East Masterclass (room 6)
8.00 - 16.30
Regional course: Eastern Europe Masterclass (room 6)
10.30 - 16.30
Breast Surgery (room 7)
12.30 - 13.30
IMCAS Beyond & Poster session
17.00 - 18.30
Teaching Courses (optional)
18.30
Conference & exhibition end
20.30
Gala Dinner (optional)
7.30 - 8.00
Registration begins
8.00
Conference & exhibition begin (level 3 only)
8.00 - 11.00
Breast Surgery
13.30
End of IMCAS Annual World Congress 2017
13.30
Conference & exhibition end (level 3 only)
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Venue & Getting There
Palais des Congrès
2 Place de la Porte Maillot, 75017 Paris (France)
40 min from the Airport
Getting there
Bus : Lines 82, 73, 43, 244, PC1, PC2, PC3.

Metro : Line 1 (La Défense – Château de Vincennes), station Porte Maillot – Palais des Congrès

RER suburban trains : Line C, station Neuilly – Porte Maillot – Palais des Congrès

Car: Inner Loop of the Paris ring road (Périphérique Intérieur) : Porte Maillot exit. Outer Loop of the Paris ring road (Périphérique Extérieur) : Porte des Ternes exit. Underground parking (almost 1,700 places) with direct access to the Palais des Congrès.


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Tours & Travel
Musée du Louvre 1st arrondissement Musée du Louvre
1st arrondissement

Whether you know it for its world-class collection of art or the iconic glass pyramid at its center, the Louvre is one museum that truly has something for everyone. Once a royal palace, the building is over 800 years old and is now home to a collection of more than 35,000 objections ranging from Egyptian antiquities to decorative arts and, of course, Da Vinci's Mona Lisa.
Montmartre 18th arrondissement Montmartre
18th arrondissement

Nestled on the top of a hill to the north of Paris is Montmartre, the home of the city's bohemian culture, many of its most famous Impressionist artists and the Moulin Rouge. While away a few hours exploring the area's cobbled side streets; discover a hidden vineyard, cosy crêperies, unique Parisian boutiques and the beautiful Byzantine architecture of the Sacré-Cœur.
Musée d'Orsay 7th arrondissement Musée d'Orsay
7th arrondissement

Housed in a beautiful former railway station on the banks of the Seine, the Musée d'Orsay is almost as famous as the Louvre for its collection of Impressionist paintings and sculptures. The modern interior is home to countless masterpieces by the likes of Van Gogh, Renoir, Monet, Degas, Manet and Toulouse-Lautrec.
Parc des Buttes-Chaumont 19th arrondissement Parc des Buttes-Chaumont
19th arrondissement

There are plenty of parks in Paris and Buttes-Chaumont is one of the most spectacular. The 61-acre park has been enjoyed by Parisians since the reign of Napoleon for its rolling green hills, leafy forest and expansive lake. While you walk around this city idyll, make sure to take in the grotto, 20-meter waterfall and the magical Temple de la Sibylle.
Eiffel Tower 7th arrondissement Eiffel Tower
7th arrondissement

The Eiffel Tower is the most iconic monument in the whole of Paris and a must for first-time visitors to the city. Seven million tourists travel from all over the world every year to admire the tower's graceful structure and see its magical hourly sparkle. Those who make it up the 704 steps (the less daring can take the lift) are rewarded with an incomparable view of the city.
Centre Georges Pompidou 4th arrondissement Centre Georges Pompidou
4th arrondissement

The Pompidou may be even more famous for its controversial architecture than its collection of modern art, sculptures and installations. Its busy and colourful exterior sets it apart from any other building in Paris and is certainling worth a visit. Step inside and you'll find a boutique library, quirky eateries and the crème de la crème of modern art.
The Latin Quarter 5th arrondissement The Latin Quarter
5th arrondissement

One of Paris' liveliest and most charming areas is the Latin Quarter on the Seine's left bank. Home to one of the world's oldest and most prestigious university, the Sorbonne, the area is still popular among students today for its bars, bistros and character. The Latin Quarter is also home to Paris' oldest English language bookshop, Shakespeare and Company.
Louis Vuitton Foundation 16th arrondissement Louis Vuitton Foundation
16th arrondissement

One of the most recent additions to Paris' long list of cultural attractions is the Louis Vuitton Foundation. Take a breather from the bustle of the city in the nearby Bois de Boulogne and it won't be long before you catch a glimpse of a building like no other. The $143 million structure is a modern masterpiece, designed to resemble a ship and housing world-class modern works.
The Marais 3rd & 4th arrondissements The Marais
3rd & 4th arrondissements

For a taste of Paris' city culture today, take a break from the tourist sites and simply spend the afternoon sipping a coffee on the streets of the Marais. Modern Parisians come to the area to explore its boutiques or simply watch the world go by in the Place des Vosges. Don't forget to visit the rue des Rosiers for a taste of the Marais' famous falafel.
Arc de Triomphe 8th arrondissement Arc de Triomphe
8th arrondissement

One of Paris' most recognizable monuments is the monumental Arc de Triomphe, standing at the top of the Champs-Elysées in the middle of Place Charles de Gaulle. Built in the 1800s to commemorate French military losses, the building is a typical example of neoclassical architecture. Visitors can climb the monument's 284 steps for a panoramic view of Paris.
Notre-Dame Cathedral 4th arrondissement Notre-Dame Cathedral
4th arrondissement

Situated on one of Paris' islands, the Île de la Cité, the Notre-Dame Cathedral is widely considered to be one of the finest example of French Gothic archictecture in the world. Visitors can climb the cathedral's 387 steps to for a closer inspection of its gruesome gargoyles, or keep their feet on the ground to admire the spectacular rose windows.
Château de Versailles Île-de-France Château de Versailles
Île-de-France

Take a daytrip outside of the city to marvel at one of Europe's finest palaces, the Château de Versailles. Once the French royalty's country retreat, the palace is now world-renowned for its beautiful French Baroque architecture, opulent interiors and spectacular size. The palace's Hall of Mirrors and expansive gardens and grounds are certainly worth a visit.
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