Location and Date
MERCURE BUCHAREST UNIRII
28th Mircea Voda Boulevard,
30167, Bucharest, 3rd District
Mircea Voda Hall
November 15th-16th, 2019
From the airport to Bucharest
Bucharest is well connected to almost the entire world. Daily flights arrive and depart from the Henri Coanda Airport.
Public transportation includes an extensive system of buses, trolleybuses, trams and metro lines. For more information please consult the following sites:
Uber operates in Bucharest.
We recommend you to avoid taxi cars showing no company name, phone number and price.
Public transport from the airport:
Please consult the airport site:
The 783 Express line connects Bucharest Henri Coanda International Airport with the city center.
Airport bus stops: in front of the Arrivals Terminal and Departures Terminal.
Price for one trip is 3,5 lei and you should buy a magnetic card in order to use it in the bus. The card desk is in front of the Arrivals Terminal.
Taxis from the Henri Coandă International Airport to Bucharest:
On-demand taxi services are available at Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport. The taxi station is located at the exit of the terminal, at the ground floor.
The official language of the conference is English
Money: Romania’s currency is LEU, meaning 100 BANI.
In order to exchange your money, the safest places are banks and then exchange offices. For more information, please consult the page of the National Bank of Romania (www.bnr.ro)
Continuous Medical Education
The Conference will be credited with CME points
Each participant will receive a Certificate of attendance, which can be picked-up from the Secretariat Desk in the last day of the conference.
Each participant will receive from the Secretariat Desk the Program Handbook.
Participants are requested to wear their badge at all times
Internet access will be available by the wireless connection available at the location.
Photography and filming during the Conference are strictly prohibited.
Participants will serve the coffee breaks/lunch in the designated spaces, as detailed in the Program Handbook.
The electricity in Romania runs on 230 volts and the frequency is 50 Hz.
A plug adaptor is required if incompatible electronic devices are used.
In case of emergency please call 112.
Mobile phones must be switched off during all sessions.