14 May 2007
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22 Apr 2007
As you might have noticed, under the Sessions and Workshops section ...more »
Hotel & Travel
eLiberatica will be held on 18th and 19th May 2007 (Friday and Saturday) at the Braşov premier conference venue ARO Palace Hotel.
The ARO Palace Hotel
is located in the old centre of Braşov and is the most famous property in town.
reception, parking facilities, room service, safe
deposit box, messaging services, tourist information, and taxi services.
Dress Code: There is no special dress code, but we suggest decency for the attendees; we expect that for cocktails and other special events like Networking and Freedom party, the attendees will be dressed accordingly
Security: We will maintain tight security and will require a photo ID (Identity bulletin or passport) at the registration table. You must wear your badge for access to all events
Note You can buy a full package for the conference attendance which includes all the costs for hotel, conference tracks, events and meals. You can find more information on the "Registration" section.
Images from Braşov City & Transylvania County
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See & Do
There are simply too many beautiful places in Braşov to be able to include them here as a list; this is why we recommend these web sites which can help you locate the most interesting places for you:
Romania has a climate that is transitional between
temperate and continental. The city of Braşov is
situated in the south-east of Transylvania, being
surrounded on the three sides by mountains; in the
spring the weather can be pretty cold with days
mixed with rain and sun.
More information about the wheatear in Romania and Braşov you can find below:
Braşov and surroundings
Located 160 km from Bucharest (the capital city of Romania), presenting great and renowned historic sites like Bran Castle (Dracula's Castle) and Râşnov Citadel, Braşov (also known by the German name of Kronstadt) is one of the largest and most cherished cities of the country. Surrounded on three sides by mountains, it was a perfect place for a medieval settlement. The old city, founded by the Teutonic Knights in 1211, is one of the best preserved cities in all of Europe. It was thoroughly restored to the delight of an increasing number of tourists. It is the capital City of Braşov County, in central Romania, in Transylvania, at the foot of the Carpathian Mountains.
What others says about Romania
"...why should you go to Romania? The straight answer is because
it is one of the most beautiful countries of Southeast Europe."
"Romania has the majestic castles, medieval towns,
great hiking and wildlife, and cheap skiing of much of the 'undiscovered' former
Eastern Bloc. You'll be floored at how different it is, but you'll
almost certainly see signs that it's chasing the dreams of the rest of the West.
Horse-drawn carts jostle for space against fast cars whose drivers are talking
money on mobile phones; farm workers watch Baywatch on satellite in their medieval farmhouses"
"Considered by many the most beautiful country in Eastern-Europe,
Romania still claims regions that seem bastions of a medieval
past long since lost elsewhere."
For all other questions (in English) related to the conference venue, please email .
We're eager to make every moment of eLiberatica experience a pleasant one!Top