|CHIPP - CHIPP Annual Plenary Meeting|
13-14 September 2012
Venue: Karthause Ittingen near Frauenfeld
The Kartause Ittingen – a former Carthusian monastery, which looks
back to more than 800 years of history – is one of the most important
monuments of cultural heritage in Eastern Switzerland. After a complete
renovation the Kartause has reopened in 1982 as a centre of cultural
activity and a meeting place for people from all nations, cultures
The trademark of today’s Kartause is to build on its monastic past
and to integrate those ethical values to the extent possible into the
management of a modern seminar hotel. Associated with this idea is
the fact that the Kartause is exploiting a big farm including cheese
production and a vinery, is running a school for mentally handicapped
has on its ground the Museum of Fine Arts of the Canton of Thurgau
as well as a museum on the history of the Kartause.
A public bus (2-4 services per hour) connects the railway station of Frauenfeld with Kartause Ittingen. Approximate travel times to Kartause Ittingen are as follows:
Those who have registered and have indicated the use of public transport will be contacted in July for travelling details (see also www.sbb.ch). For people travelling by car, a car park is available.
Accommodation and registration:
The block booking for the rooms was secured until 12 June. The rooms are attributed on a “first come first served” basis.
The prices quoted include:
For arrivals on Wednesday evening please refer to the price list above. Earlier arrivals or extended stays for the week-end are possible (155 CHF per night). In such cases, an accompanying person (husband, wife, partner) will not be charged for his/her stay (except for meals).
For any further information, please contact Jean-Pierre Ruder