The Catalyst Effect: Why Lisbon Congress Center is the Ultimate Venue

The Catalyst Effect: Why Lisbon Congress Center is the Ultimate Venue

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The stage is all set for Catalyst at Lisbon Congress Centre. The conference offers more than just talks. Find out how to make the most of your time in Lisbon!

The Catalyst Effect: Why Lisbon Congress Center is the Ultimate Venue


Catalyst is going to be a game-changer when it comes to crypto conferences.

So we needed an adequate venue that matches the vision and ambition of Catalyst. And that's where Lisbon Congress Center comes in.

Lisbon Congress Center is not just a venue, it's the venue for conferences in Lisbon. Everything you need to host a world-class event that will leave speakers, sponsors and attendees longing for more. Here’s why…

What Makes Lisbon Congress Center Great

Lisbon Congress Center is a spacious and modern venue that can accommodate up to 10,000 people. It has multiple rooms and auditoriums for different types of events, such as keynote speeches, panel discussions, workshops and networking sessions. And the layout can be fully customized, something Catalyst will take full advantage of. The great thing about Lisbon Congress Center is that everything’s in one place. That’s a positive of centralization: you don’t need to waste time and money on transportation or accommodation.

But take a look for yourself:


Lisbon Congress Center is located in the city center of Lisbon, close to public transportation and attractions. You can easily access the venue from the airport or train station, and also enjoy the city before and after the event.

Speaking of the city. Lisbon is a beautiful and vibrant city with a lot of culture and history. It will keep you entertained before and after the event. Here are just a couple of tips and tricks for seeing Lisbon…

Things to See in Lisbon

Lisbon is jam-packed with cool spots, but some of the attractions and activities close to the venue are the following:

Visit Rossio Square, one of the most iconic and lively squares in Lisbon, with a history dating back to the 13th century. It has a beautiful fountain, a monument to King Pedro IV, and several cafes and shops.
Explore the Bairro Alto, a historic and bohemian neighborhood that is known for its nightlife, street art, and fado music. It has many bars, restaurants, clubs, and galleries to suit different tastes and moods.
Discover the Alfama, the oldest and most picturesque district of Lisbon, with its narrow streets, colorful houses, and charming atmosphere. It is also home to some of the most important landmarks of the city, such as the São Jorge Castle, the Cathedral, and the National Pantheon.
Visit the Belém Tower, a 16th-century fortress that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a symbol of Portugal's maritime history. You can also see the Monument to the Discoveries, a tribute to the Portuguese explorers who sailed across the world.
Taste the famous pastéis de Belém, a delicious custard tart that originated in the nearby Jerónimos Monastery. You can also try some other Portuguese specialties, such as bacalhau (codfish), caldo verde (green soup), and *vinho verde (green wine).
Visit the Oceanário de Lisboa, one of the largest and most impressive aquariums in the world. You can see more than 8,000 marine animals from different habitats, such as penguins, sharks, rays, and otters.
Take a day trip to Sintra, a fairy-tale town that is home to several stunning palaces and castles, such as the Pena Palace, the Quinta da Regaleira, and the Moorish Castle. You can also enjoy the natural beauty of the Sintra-Cascais Natural Park, which has forests, mountains, and beaches.
Stay tuned for more information on the Catalyst conference, including keynote speakers, panel discussions, workshops, and networking opportunities; by signing up to the official Catalyst 2024 Conference Newsletter.
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