Practical information

Conference attendance

All contributors are expected to attend the conference and present their papers in person, with exceptions for special cases being possible. Prospective participants that wish to attend without presenting papers should send an e-mail towards this end at conference@bcept.eu in order to register. A limited number of places will be available for participants without papers. Conference attendance is free of charge for all participants.

Venue

The conference will take place at the University of Bucharest, in the main administrative building of the university, which currently headquarters both the Rectorate and the Faculty of Law . The address of the venue is: 36-46 Mihail Kog─âlniceanu Bd, Sector 5, Bucharest (https://en.unibuc.ro/contact/). The venue is easily reachable by subway (exit at Eroilor station) and by other means of public transport.

Accommodation

There are various accommodation options available in the close vicinity of the conference venue. The closest one in Hotel Siqua (http://hotelsiqua.ro/home-en/), which lies at a 3-4 walking distance from the venue. Other hotels nearby are Hotel Ibis Palatul Parlamentului, Hotel Parliament, Hotel Venezia or Hotel Central. There are also a few hostels available nearby. Airbnb services are also operational in Bucharest.

Travel

The city of Bucharest is very well connected both internationally and nationally by air, and the simplest way of getting to Bucharest from outside Romania is usually by plane. The main (and currently only functioning) airport of Bucharest is the Henri Coanda Airport (sometimes called Otopeni; http://www.bucharestairports.ro/en). There are two direct bus lines connecting the airport to the city center (Piata Unirii) and the main train station (Gara de Nord): 783, and 780 respectively. You can take the buses from outside the airport, and they usually circulate between 5 a.m. and 11 p.m. For more information you can go to: http://stbsa.ro/eng/v_bus_expres_eng.php. Uber and Taxify services are also operational in Bucharest and you can also take regular taxi cabs from the airport. For travel around the city you can also use the subway (http://www.metrorex.ro/map_p1345-2), other public transportation (http://stbsa.ro/eng/index.php), taxis (which should standarly have a price lower than 2 lei/km) or ride-sharing applications.