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Venue

On-site venue

The on-site location is the Caro Conference Center 

Address:

164 A Barbu Văcărescu Blvd.,

2nd district, 020285, Bucharest, Romania

Hotels

Caro Hotel Bucharest

164 A Barbu Văcărescu Blvd.

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Capital Plaza 

54 Iancu de Hunedoara Blvd.

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Courtyard by Marriott

Boulevard Dimitrie Pompeiu 2A

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Novotel Bucharest

Calea Victoriei 37B

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Venue accommodation discounts

Discounted prices are available for conference participants for Caro Hotel as follows:

– 81 Euro / night / Business room single

– 99 Euro / night / Premium room single

Double room supplement: 15 Euro / night

Accommodation rates are in Euro, include buffet breakfast served in the Classic restaurant, are net and do not include VAT 5% and city tax 2%. The access to the World Class Spa and Fitness Centre with swimming pool, fitness equipment, sauna and salt room are included.

Travel information

Henri Coandă International Airport

Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport is Romania’s busiest international airport, located in Otopeni, 16.5 km north of Bucharest’s city centre.

By Train

The train provides a fast connection between Henri Coandă Airport and Gara de Nord Railway Station. Trains run 24 hours a day, every 40 minutes. The duration of the trip is approximately 20 minutes. Tickets may be purchased from vending machines located on the platform.

By Bus shuttle

The 780 Express line connects Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport with Gara de Nord (main railway station). This is an express bus line, operated by STB (public service) that runs everyday from  05.15 to 23.10. The journey usually takes about 45-50 minutes. Tickets are available at the automatic vending machine or the ticket booth located exactly in the bus stop.

By Share-riding

Share-riding services are available in Bucharest.

By Taxi

The taxi station is located at the exit of the terminal. Touch screen terminals for taxi requests are available at the arrivals terminal.

Visa Information

For visa requirements please visit the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website.

Some international participants may require a visa prior to arriving in Romania. Check if your entry to Romania requires a visa here.

In case you require a visa, you are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.

ABOUT​BUCHAREST

In the Middle Ages the Greeks called it “HILARIOPOLIS – The City of JOY”; in the 1800s it was considered “Le Petit Paris“, fully living up to the name – for everything the city represented back then, today there is no exaggeration to say that BUCHAREST – The Capital City of Romania – is indeed a modern city in European style.

There are many things that you can visit in Bucharest. Please check out the website below to learn more about the top-rated attractions.

Visiting Romania

Romania offers countless unique travel experiences that are waiting to be discovered. For detailed information about Romania’s main attractions please visit this website.

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