5ICEES will be hald at Metu Culture And Convention Center. The METU Culture and Convention Center (CCC) has a spatial and technical infrastructure that will enable all kinds of national and international congresses, seminars, meetings, conferences and cultural events to be organized. There are nine halls, two foyers and an exhibition hall in the center. METU culture and convention center located on a campus that is away from the rush of the city, METU Culture and Convention Center (CCC) has a perfect natural environment.
METU culture and convention center also located at the center of the Ankara which is 40 km distance to the Esenboğa Airport, 5km to the inter-city bus station, 8 km to the train station on the other hand public transportations including subway and city shuttle bus is available at the METU campus.
ADDRESS: METU Culture and Congress Center, Üniversiteler District, Middle East Technical University, 06680 Çankaya/Ankara, Turkey
Turkey’s ‘other’ city may not have showy Ottoman palaces or regal facades, but Ankara thrums to a vivacious, youthful beat unmarred by the tug of history. Drawing comparisons with İstanbul is pointless – the flat, modest surroundings are hardly the stuff of national poetry – but the civic success of this dynamic city is assured thanks to student panache and foreign-embassy intrigue.
The country’s capital has made remarkable progress from a dusty Anatolian backwater to today’s sophisticated arena for international affairs. Turkey’s economic success is reflected in the booming restaurant scene around Kavaklıdere and the ripped-jean politik of Kızılay’s sidewalk cafes, frequented by hip students, old-timers and businessmen a like and while the vibrant street life is enough of a reason to visit, Ankara also boasts two extraordinary monuments central to the Turkish story – the beautifully conceived Museum of Anatolian Civilisations and the Anıt Kabir, a colossal tribute to Atatürk, modern Turkey’s founder. Regarding top sides in Ankara you may visit Museum of Anatolian Civilisations, Anıtkabir (Atatürk’s Mausoleum), Ethnography Museum, Hacı Bayram Mosque, Ankara Castle, Atakule.