The conference organizers can provide an official invitation letter to all conference participants.
Travel information – How to get to Skopje?
TAV Skopje International Airport
1043, Petrovec – Republic of Macedonia
Tel.:++389 (2) 3148 333
Fax.: ++389 (2) 3148 312
BY CAR The road communication makes the main transport network. The main international highway the E-75 crosses the country. Network of well maintained roads links its towns and its popular tourist areas. The Republic of Macedonia is linked with neighboring and some West European countries by both regular and seasonal bus routes. Direct bus services with: Belgrade, Zagreb, Ljubljana, Sofia, Podgorica, Munich, Bonn, Dusseldorf, Stuttgart, Dortmund, Frankfurt, Vienna, Malme, Gothenburg. Taxis are avilable everywhere at reasonable fares. You can rent a vehicle (with or without a driver) For vehicles: the car license, the green of blue insurance card and the power of attorney if another person drives the car.
BY TRAIN The Republic of Macedonia is linked up with European countries by a railway line, which crosses the country (from Serbia and Montenegro to Greek border). Macedonia has a well developed railroad system. It is connected to Serbia and Montenegro to the north, and to Greece to the south. The main station is in Skopje. All domestic lines are operated by Macedonian Railways with links from Skopje to Kumanovo in the north, to Tetovo in the west, to Shtip in the east, to Veles and Gevgelija in the south, and Prilep and Bitola in the southwest. Intercity trains link Skopje with Serbia and Montenegro and Greece. Travel to Bulgaria is via Nish, Serbia and Montenegro.
The conference will be held in Skopje where accommodation is available for the conference participants at a special rate.
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