Venue and Travel info
The International Semiconductor Conference CAS 2018 will take place in the historical mountain resort of Sinaia.
Sinaia is located on the Prahova River valley, just east of the Bucegi Mountains (their highest altitude is 2.500 m). The town was named after Sinaia Monastery, around which it was built; the monastery in turn is named after the Biblical Mount Sinai. King Carol I of Romania built his summer home, Peleș Castle, near the town in the late nineteenth century.
Conference venue: Rina Sinaia Hotel
Address: Bd. Carol I, 8, Sinaia, Romania
TRANSPORT from the airport to conference venue and back
Transport is provided by the conference organisers for participants arriving at Bucharest “Henri Coanda” International Airport - OTP to Rina Sinaia Hotel and back.
When sending the registration form, the conference participants are requested to send also their arrival and departure dates, hours and flight no.
Please notice that the journey from the airport to Sinaia (114 Km) takes around 1.5 hours, depending on traffic, therefore, if possible, please do not book flights arriving late at night.
The driver will wait the participants in the airport Arrivals lobby, holding a placard with the participant name.
Travel info: The hotel is located about 114 Km from the “Henri Coanda” Bucharest International Airport.
Visa information: The conference participants who need an invitation letter for visa formalities should send a written request to the Conference Secretariat at the e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For details about the Romanian Visa, please access the dedicated section of the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs website, which includes a link to the lists of third states whose citizens must possess a visa for crossing external borders.
Places to visit in Sinaia and surroundings
Peles Royal Castle and Pelisor Castle (details) are within 15-20 minutes walking distance from the hotel. Peles Castle is one of the best-preserved royal palaces in Europe. It served as the summer residence of the first Hohenzollern king of Romania, Carol I. Built in the latter half of the 19th century, it was the king's attempt to imitate the styles of his former homeland, creating a Bavarian setting in the mountains of Romania.
Sinaia Monastery [...], named after the mount Sinai, is located 5 minutes walk from RINA Sinaia Hotel. The city’s orthodox church is one of the interesting places to visit.
Bucegi Mountains - Cota 1400 (meters); Cota 2000 (meters) – access by cable cars […]. The Sphinx is a natural rock formation in the Bucegi Natural Park which is in the Bucegi Mountains of Romania. It is located at an altitude of 2,216 metres (7,270 ft) within the Babele [...] complex of rock formations.
Cantacuzino Castle [...], situated in the town of Busteni (8.5 km from Sinaia), is surrounded by waterfalls, caves and fountains and is in top castles in Romania in terms of architecture.
Bran Castle [...] (from the XIV century, recently related to the famous “Dracula”) may be visited on a few hours trip. It is situated in the picturesque Bran Valley, only 60 km distance from Sinaia via Paraul Rece.
Find out more about Sinaia from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia [...]
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All relevant info about Romania can be found on the website www.romania.org
Rooms are reserved by the conference organisers at Rina Sinaia Hotel (conference venue) at special rates for CAS 2018 delegates and accompanying persons.
The payment formalities for accommodation will be carried out by each participant upon his arrival at RINA Sinaia Hotel.
The accommodation form is included in the Registration form (Romanian participants; participants from abroad), which should be sent to the CAS Secretariat by e-mail (email@example.com)or by Fax (+40 21 269.07.72 or +40 2 269.07.76).
The conference participants who need confirmation for hotel reservation are requested to contact the Conference Secretariat.