We invite you to attend to the 6th International Conference "Geography, Environment and GIS, for students and young researchers" organized by Department of Geography, Valahia University of Targoviste, in collaboration with the Romanian Limnogeographical Association and Institute of Geography - Romanian Academy. The conference will take place in Targoviste, 23-25 May 2019 at the International Conference Centre of the Valahia University (Str. Maior Ion Alexandrescu, nr. 39, postal code 130021, Targoviste, Dambovita). The conference seeks possibility enhancement of research results in order to initiate a collaboration between geographers and students from other specialized, from different universities in the country and foreign countries, to conduct interdisciplinary analysis on environmental issues. Are invited to participate students, master students, doctoral students and young researchers at the beginning of career (under 35 years).
Arrival / Hotel accomodation
Organizing Committee suggests all conference participants and accompanying persons to book themselves accommodation in the next hotels:
Hotel Tolea ****, Targoviste str. Liniştii, nr. 28-30, tel. 0245/222225
Hotel KING ***, Targoviste Bd. Regele Carol I, tel. 0245.612.659
Hotel Dâmboviţa***, Targoviste Bd. Libertăţii, nr. 1, tel. 0245/213370 firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Hotel Solarino ***, Targoviste Aleea Sinaia, tel. 0726/108189, 0726/108558
Hotel Valahia **, Targoviste Bd. Libertăţii, nr. 7, tel. 0245/634491, 0724069459
Organizing Committee does not accept booking or accommodation payment. Accommodation should be paid directly to the Hotel.
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How to get to Targoviste
First of all, you have to reach Bucharest, the capital city of Romania.
1. By air
Bucharest: Henri Coanda Airport
Transfer Bucharest Airport – Targoviste - Bucharest is free for participants. Transfer the participants persons will be made by bus. The program will be communicated later. The International Airport Bucharest Henri Coanda is situated 16.5 km from Bucharest. Regular and charter flights of Romanian air carriers (TAROM is the national airline) or the foreign airlines (Lufthansa, British Airways, Air France ...) connect Bucharest to the world`s major airports.
2. By train
International express trains connect the main central European capitals with Bucharest.
If you attend by air from "Henri Coandă" International Airport you have to reach Gara de Nord.
The 780 Express line connects Bucharest Henri Coanda International Airport with Gara de Nord (main railway station). You can take the 780 Express line in front of the Arrivals Terminal and Departures Terminal.
From Gara de Nord you have to reach Targoviste Railway Station. The train can reach Targoviste by the routes: Bucharest-Titu -Targoviste.
3. By car the journey is about 80 km and can be reached on the route: Bucharest-Racari-Targoviste.
Getting to Romania - the Romanian Visa
The conference delegates are responsible to achieve entry visa to Romania.
In the case of clandestine immigration or any ilegal activities, we cannot accept responsibility. Be aware that all the information given is liable to be transmitted to the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
For the participants from countries which require visa for entry in Romania, please read the information on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (how to obtain a visa, exceptions from need a visa - a visa valid U.S., Schengen ...) as well as the above information. The organizers do not submit/pay letters of invitation or guarantee for the participants and do not obtain visas from the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Romanian Office for Immigration.