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9th International Conference on Integrated Fruit Production
September 4 8, 2016Thessaloniki, Greece
Second announcement, call for papers and posters:15/10/2015
Submission of abstracts, payment of registration fees:15/10/2015
Early bird registration:until 15/05/2016
Submission of manuscript for the IOBC/WPRS Bulletin:until 15/06/2016
Category before 30th
July 2014N after 30th July
2014or on site
IOBC-WPRS Member * 290,00
Non IOBC-WPRS Member 350,00 420,00
Students**/accompanying persons 120,00
Excursion***Thursday, 09th October 2014 80,00
* Individual membership or employee of institutions with Institutional or Supporting membership. ** A student card or certificate is required.
*** The cost of the excursion is additional whatever the category of your registration is
Registration fee includes participation in the sessions, an information package, coffee breaks, lunches including beverages, welcome evening, guided city tour and the social dinner.
Crystall Hall 545 personsDock Six 330 personsRosso Hall 50 personsAzzuro Hall 50 personsBianco Hall 1st Level 150 personsGrand Pietra 2000 personsMaronne Hall 2nd Level 40 persons
PORTO PALACE HOTEL Meeting Room Capacities
PORTO PALACE HOTEL - Floor Plan
RestaurantBreakfast Azzuro HallRosso Hall
Pool / Gymnasium / Spa
Porto Palace Hotel Category De LuxeThe Porto Palace Hotel is located in the area of the New Port of Thessaloniki, in the west entrance and is only 5 minutes distance from the Thessaloniki business centre.Rooms 170 / Suites 11Built 2005
HOW TO REACH THESSALONIKI
By AirThe Thessaloniki Makedonia International Airport was built 13 kilometres east from the city of Thessaloniki, in the region Micra and in the Thermi Municipality. Thessaloniki's airport is considered to be one of the safest in Europe. There are many connecting flights within Greece and abroad. Charter flights from Europe and America arrive in the summer. Disabled Facilities: Toilets, Telephones, RampsBaby-Changing Rooms and Child Facilities: Nursery/crche available on a 24 hour basis in the Transit Hall and the Main Hall on the 1st FloorParking available on a 24 hour basisCheck In Desks: 30, Gates: 26Cargo & Luggage Belts: 6Executive Class Passenger Lounges: Fillipos & Aristotelis Lounges, VIP Lounge: AlexandrosBus to Thessaloniki: Bus Number 78 every 60 minutesTaxi stand outside airportThessaloniki Makedonia International Airport: www.hcca-eleng.gr
By TrainThessaloniki's railway station was built in 1960. It is situated in Vardaris, near the old railway station, which in nowdays has become a commercial station.Balkan countries are also connected to Thessaloniki by train through frequent services. There is also an intercity rail connection from Athens (4h 15m journey) as well as regular bus services.International Routes: http://www.ose.gr/ose1/2.5.htmlDomestic Routes: http://www.ose.gr/ose1/2.1.html
HOW TO REACH THESSALONIKI
By BoatThe port of Thessaloniki, the natural gate of the Balkans to the sea, is rapidly being developed to accommodate international cruise liners and local ferries as an outlet to the islands of the Aegean. Commercial activity over the years has increased tremendously at Thessaloniki's harbour due to the works that have been completed making it a major embarkation point for cruises as well as a major commercial port. The old traditional buildings of the port and the recent restoration done in the area, have added colour and atmosphere to this part of the city. Greek Ferries to Greece & Greek Islands: www.greekferries.grThessaloniki Port Authority: www.olth.gr
HOW TO REACH THESSALONIKI
By BusBuses link Thessaloniki to Athens and other main towns of GreeceNational Public Bus Network: www.ktel.org
HOW TO REACH THESSALONIKI
By BusBus nr 78 to Thessaloniki runs every 45 minutes. Single fare: 0,60. Duration: 45 minutes.
HOW TO REACH HOTEL FROM AIRPORT
By TaxiTaxi fare from the airport to the hotel is approximately 25 EuroRadiotaxi: +30 2310 - 550500, 214900, 546522, 551525, 866866, 525000
Thessaloniki Walking Tour Half DayStarting from the White Tower, walk to Navarinou Square, to see the ruins of a palace, part of the Caesar Galerious royal complex of buildings, St Sophia church to admire the exceptional mosaics of the 9th century, continue to Egnatia Street through Athonos square with the little shops of typical Greek handicraft and wood curving products, to Hamam Bey- typical bathhouse of Islamic architecture, to the ancient Agora Roman Forum the biggest archaeological site at the centre of the city. We go back to Aristotelous street, and flower market to the old olive oil market, known today as Ladadika. Due to recent infrastructure works the area is a jewel in the city, full of life day and night, where the visitor can find from the luxurious restaurants to the typical Greek taverns with live music, to night clubs and art gallery shops. On the way back enjoy a walk by the promenade to Aristotelous square the largest and most central square of the city.
Thessaloniki City Tour Half DaySince its foundation by King Cassander of Macedonia in 315 B.C. and named after his wife and sister of Alexander the Great, Thessaloniki has always been a metropolis. The long history of the city is evident by the varied architectural forms from the Hellenistic era up to the end of the 20th century as well as with an astonishing Byzantine artistic heritage. Thessaloniki the second largest city of Greece, is the principle gateway from the Mediterranean to the Balkans and Central Europe. You will have the opportunity to see the White Tower, which is the symbol of the city, the International Trade Fair grounds, the University campus, the Gallerius Arch, the Rotonda, the church of St Dimitrios, the Citadel and the City Walls, from where you will have a marvellous view of the city, of the Thermaic Gulf, of Mount Olympus in the background and visit the Archeological Museum that houses a stunning exhibition of golden jewels.
Byzantine Museum & Churches of Thessaloniki TourDeparture for the guided tour of the Byzantine Museum and Churches of Thessaloniki. Thessaloniki was one of the first bases for the spread of Christianity. The glory of the city is the uninterrupted and unique presence of Christian religious monuments spanning from the 4th to the 20th century. This makes Thessaloniki the largest most comprehensive and live open air museum of Byzantine art in the Christian world. The tour consists of a visit to the Museum of Byzantine Culture and a few churches.
Vergina Archaeological SiteVergina, identified with ancient Aegae, which was the first capital of ancient Macedonia. In present day, the small village has become world renown due to the discovery of the Royal Tombs, as Vergina have been the burial place of the Macedonian Kings. The tour includes a visit of the site where a monumental palace was brought to light, as well as the newly completed exhibition bearing the Tombs and the findings of all 3 Tombs, one of them is the Tomb of King Phillip II, father of Alexander the Great. Feast your eyes on the marvellous treasures; all masterpieces of ancient Greek art dated back to the 4th century B.C. , such as golden wreaths, silver vessels, miniature sculpture, paintings, exhibited in the unique museum
Vergina Pella Alexander the Great Districts Driving across beautiful Macedonia. During the day some of the most interesting places of Greeces ancient history will be visited such as; Pella the 3rd capital of the Macedonian dynasty and the native town of Alexander the Great. Visit the exhibits of the museum or the archaeological site with the marvellous mosaics of the Palace. Vergina - visit the Royal tombs and admire the world famous gold findings. Free time for lunch. Edessa where you will have the opportunity to see the beautiful waterfalls and gardens and the place where St. Paul preached his ceremony.
Mount Olympus The Home of the GodsThe Home of the Gods, passing through Thessaloniki, drive west to Dion, the religious centre of ancient Macedonia, today an archeological park of exceptional beauty. Archeological excavations at the site have so far uncovered, shrines of Zeus and the other twelve Gods of Mount Olympus, therapeutic thermal springs, theatres, stadium where local Games were organized in the past, villas with beautiful floor mosaics etc. In the museum you will see a vast number of statues, vessels, coins and a unique find: the hydraulis from the 1st century B.C., a musical instrument which was the forerunner of the church organ of the West. Continuing south, arrive at the foot of Mount Olympus, in Litochoro village, where the guided walk will begin. Admire the natural beauty, while walking through unspoilt forests to Enipeas Valley. Free time for lunch. Returning to Litochoro and back to Thessaloniki.
Scientific Part: http://www.iobc-wprs.org/