Bucharest is most easily accessible by plane and this is surely the best travel option for international participants. The Henri Coanda (Otopeni) International Airport (http://www.bucharestairports.ro/en) is connected to Bucharest via two bus lines: 780 (connecting it with the main train station – Gara de Nord) and 783 (connecting it to the city center – Unirii Square). For more information on pricing and the schedule of the buses see: http://www.bucharestairports.ro/en/transport/bus. You can also find taxis outside the airport and Uber and Taxify services are operational in Bucharest. From
Alternatively, you can also arrive to Bucharest via train, however this option is not easily available from many international locations. You can check out: https://www.infofer.ro/index.php/ro/ for information on schedules and pricing. The main train station of the city is Gara de Nord and international trains will arrive here.
Within Bucharest, you can travel longer distances either by subway (http://www.metrorex.ro/first_page_p1352-2) or with other, above ground, public transport means (http://stbsa.ro/eng/index.php), Uber/Taxify or taxis.
The conference venue is located on Bd. Mihail Kogalniceanu, no.36-46, which houses the Rectorate of the University of Bucharest, the ICUB office and the Faculty of Law. It is easily accessible by subway (M1 or M3 lines, Eroilor station) and by several bus lines (Facultatea de Drept bus station).