With 512 seats, the Bled Congress Centre is Bled’s largest convention hall. It boasts a superb location next to the lake shore in the very heart of the town, enabling easy access from several hotels of various categories, which are all within walking distance.
The hall was built in 1961 for a large chess event and underwent a thorough renovation prior to Bled hosting the 1989 World Rowing Championships. Subsequent refurbishments in 2008 and 2011 further enhanced and modernised the facility, which is the prime setting for larger corporate, association, scientific and governmental meetings, as well as cultural events.
In addition to the main amphitheatre hall, which has a stage and is equipped with state-of-the-art technical amenities, there are three break-out rooms, of which one can accommodate up to 150 delegates, and two are suitable for up to 40. Additional meeting space is available in nearby hotels.
The foyer serves as registration and exhibition area, and can be used for coffee breaks and receptions, for which a catering service is on hand. Professional support services by a dedicated team of meeting specialists ensure each event held in the Bled Bled Congress Centre is a success.