Venue and Location

Name: Praiamar Natal Hotel & Convention
Address: Rua Francisco Gurgel, 33 - Ponta Negra, Natal-RN

Capacity of the main lecture room: 250
Number and capacity of other rooms: 2 rooms : 120 and 180
Area for Poster sessions (minimum 40 poster boards): Jacarandá I, II e III - Space for
accreditation, posters and coffee break

Area for Exhibitors (minimum 6 booths, 6 sqm each): Jacarandá I, II e III - Space for accreditation, posters and coffee break

Areas for coffee breaks and lunches: Jacarandá I, II e III - Space for accreditation, posters and coffee break

From March 23, 2025 at 8:00 am to March 27, 2025 at 6:00 pm
Values: 3 lecture rooms , Areas for coffee breaks and lunches, Area for Exhibitors, Area for Poster sessions

hotel features:
214 spacious, comfortable and well-equipped rooms.

In addition to being located in Ponta Negra, the main
gastronomic pole of Natal, staying at our hotel
you will have at your disposal two restaurants, a bar and
24 hour room service.

With a modern modular space with 4000m²
air-conditioned, we offer an auditorium for up to 1400
people, various layouts, exhibition center,
restaurants and exclusive access, also serving
smaller groups, where the environment is divided according to
according to demand, in up to 27 salons.
Through articulated room, sound and
climate, the general area can be divided with agility and
each one of them starts to receive the entire network of services


Natal has a tropical rainy climate with a dry summer with relatively low temperature ranges and relatively high air humidity, due to its location on the coast, making the effect of the maritime environment very noticeable. The Potiguar capital boasts the title of City of the Sun due to its high solar luminosity, the highest among Brazilian capitals, which exceeds 2,900 hours per year. The annual rainfall is approximately 1,700 millimeters (mm), concentrated between the months of March and July.

Tourist Attractions

Natal is seen as the gateway to tourism in Rio Grande do Norte, annually receiving a flow of more than two million tourists, both national and international. Among the main sights are: Praia de Ponta Negra, the busiest in the city, which is home to the postcard of Natal and one of the main ones in the state, Morro do Careca; the Fortaleza dos Reis Magos, landmark of the emergence of the city, at the mouth of the river Potengi; the Tourism Center, a former public jail;[303] the Parque das Dunas, an environmental preservation area of the state[305] and the Via Costeira (RN-301), officially Avenida Senador Dinarte Mariz, a road between the Atlantic Ocean and the Parque das Dunas, which connects the beaches of Ponta Negra and Areia Preta, housing the Natal Convention Center and the main five-star hotels in the city. In the Historic Center, cultural heritage listed by the National Historical and Artistic Heritage Institute (IPHAN), Rua Chile, monuments and historic buildings are located


Natal is served by Governador Aluízio Alves International Airport, in São Gonçalo do Amarante, managed by Inframérica Aeroportos, becoming the first airport in Brazil to be transferred to the private sector, and opened on May 31, 2014. The main flight connections to arrive in Natal are:
1) From any European country to Lisboan (Portugal) and after that, from Lisboan to Natal (Brazil) by direct flight (approx. 6 in half hours)
2) From any Asiatic or African countries to Qatar (State of Qatar) or Frankfurt (Germany), after that, from any of both international airports to Sao Paolo (Brazil) and subsequently, Natal.
3) From USA, Mexico or Canada to Sao Paolo, and after that, Natal.
In terms of road transport, the city of Natal is crossed by three federal highways, namely the BR-101, which crosses the entire eastern Brazilian coast, from Touros to the extreme south of the country; the BR-226, which begins in Natal and extends to the state of Tocantins, crossing the state of Rio Grande do Norte from east to west; the BR-304, responsible for connecting the capitals Natal and Fortaleza, passing through Mossoró and the BR-406, responsible for the interconnection between Natal and Macau, on the north coast.