Gala Dinner & Social Program

Gala Dinner & Social program

Gala Dinner

The gala dinner is a fantastic night of networking. The Dinner will take place on the evening of the second day. The gala Dinner will be take place at the famous Maison kammerzell.

Quoted in the famous book by Patricia Schulz among the “1000 places you must have seen in your life”, the famous Maison Kammerzell is, according to all, one of the most beautiful breweries in the world.

Ideally located at the foot of Strasbourg Cathedral, in the heart of Europe, it is a must-see place to visit. Considered “the most beautiful house in Strasbourg”, it symbolizes the centuries-old splendors of the city which takes great pride in it. Its original architecture, which one would think straight out of a tale, offers to view the various facets of regional art over the centuries. Wood sculptures, wall frescoes, spiral staircases, viewing angles are all details that testify to the richness of the past that inhabits this magical place.

The Gothic foundations of the building date from 1427 and it was in 1467 and 1589 that the three floors were built in ornate wood pan which make its great particularity. On the facade, the sculpted figures with many details exalt the virtues advocated by the humanist ideal of the Renaissance, which combine medieval nobility and ancient culture. The 75 windows with stained-glass stained glass windows that adorn it warmly illuminate the interior of the rooms.

A guided visit will be organized before the diner gala.

Social program & Discovery tours

We plan on making your trip to Strasbourg one to remember. That’s why we have organized tour that features some of the best attractions and sights of Strasbourg. The following tour programs include English-speaking tour guide.

  1. Visit of the European Parliament in Strasbourg


During the IEEE-ICALT conference, a guided tour to the European Parliament buildings in Strasbourg is already scheduled.

This visit to the Council of Europe will give you the opportunity to find out more about this Organisation, from its

origins in 1949 to the present day.

You will discover:

  • the entrance hall of the Palais de l’Europe with its impressive staircase;
  • the Assembly Chamber where the sessions of the Parliamentary Assembly and the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe are held.
  • an exchange of views and replies to visitors’ questions.


  1. Strasbourg, 20 centuries of history

In 1:10, let yourself be captivated by the beauty of the buildings and listen to the stories they tell. As Le Corbusier said, “in Strasbourg, the eye is never bored!”

From downtown to the European Parliament, through the imperial district of Neustadt, discover Strasbourg from a unique perspective, a walk along the waterfront!


Throughout the year, this tour takes you to the heart of 3 symbolic districts of Strasbourg:

Classified as World Heritage by UNESCO, the Big Island reveals buildings of exceptional architecture that make it an example of Rhenish medieval city.

At the foot of the Palais Rohan, let yourself be charmed by the district of La Petite France, its canals and old coolers. Go through two locks and discover the Covered Bridges and the Vauban dam, witnesses of the city’s fortifications under Louis XIV.

Built during the annexation of Alsace-Moselle by Germany between 1871 and 1918, the imperial district of Neustadt, or “new city”, multiplied by the area of Strasbourg and three gave the city all the attributes a capital of Empire to welcome the Kaiser.

Built in the historicist style, the Palace of the Rhine, the opera, the library or the University Palace are all witnesses to the Imperial German town planning then.

After the Second World War, in a spirit of European reconciliation, Strasbourg was chosen in 1949 to serve as the headquarters of the Council of Europe.

This tour offers you an opportunity to orient yourself towards the European symbols of unity and integration. From the boat, admire the buildings of the French-German television channel Arte, the European Parliament, the European Court of Human Rights or the Council of Europe, all built by famous architects.