ICBB2018 | 8th Intl. Conf. on Biotechnology and Bioengineering

2018 International Conference on Biotechnology and Bioengineering (8th ICBB 2018)

8th ICBB, October 24-26, 2018  Budapest, Hungary


1. Conference Venue

Budapest (http://www.budapest-tourist.info/), the capital of Hungary (http://gotohungary.com/), known by many as the “Pearl of the Danube”, is undoubtedly one of the most beautifully located cities in the world. More attractive information please visit at Introduction to Budapest. We hope that you will enjoy the wonderful panorama and taste the delicious foods and excellent wines of the country while in Budapest!

2. Accommodation

Here are some hotels for examples.  If you need help for single room reservation, please contact the conference secretariat: icbb@apaset.org.
1.Novotel Budapest Centrum   1088 Budapest, Rákóczi út 43-45., Hungary
    Book hotel on Booking.com
    Price: About 85-95 dollars per night
2. Danubius Hotel Flamenco    1113 Budapest, Tas vezér u. 7., Hungary
    Book hotel on booking.com  or by e-mail: flamenco.sales@danubiushotels.com
    Price: About 80-90 dollars per night 
3. Hotel President Budapest    1054 Budapest, Hold utca 5., Hungary
    Book hotel on Booking.com or by e-mail etterem@hotelpresident.hu; info@hotelpresident.hu
    Price: About 140-160 dollars per night
4. Corinthia Hotel Budapest    1073 Budapest, Erzsébet körút 43-49., Hungary
    Book hotel on Booking.com
    Price: About 160-180 dollars per night
5.Other hotels:
    Looking for more hotels on Booking.com

3. Visa Information

After registration is confirmed, we will provide offical invitation letter for visa support. 
Hungary joined the Schengen Area on 19 December, 2007. From that time visas and residence permits issued by one of the Schengen Member States are valid also for Hungary. For autority information on How to ApplyApplication Forms and Visa Waiver Countries, please visit the Consular Services at http://konzuliszolgalat.kormany.hu/en

4. Transportation / Getting to Budapest

Budapest can be easily reached by air, railway or road. 
By plane  It's very easy to get to Budapest by plane. Budapest International Airport (IATA: BUD; ICAO: LHBP) is sixteen kilometres south-east of downtown Budapest. From the Ferihegy Terminal 2A is within the Schengen borders, Terminal B to countries outside the Schengen Convention depart airplanes.
By rail   There are 3 main international railway stations in Budapest: Eastern (Keleti), Western (Nyugati) and Southern (Déli). More than 50 trains a day provide direct links between Budapest and 25 other European capital cities.There is also a popular network of Inter City trains linking Budapest with the main Hungarian towns. All three international railway stations are part of the Budapest Underground system, the Metró. The Déli and Keleti are stops on the Red (Number 2) line and the Nyugati is on the Blue (Number 3) line.
By car   Hungary has 5 motorways and 4 main roads, eight start from Budapest (exception: main road No. 8). For using the following motorways you have to buy a motorway sticker: M1, M3, M5, M6 and M7 (available at border crossing points and at petrol stations).
By coach  International and domestic buses depart from and arrive to the Népliget Bus Station. Other domestic bus stations are at Árpád híd, Stadionok in Pest, and Etele tér in Buda. Volánbusz Rt. has scheduled passenger coach services to and from the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Macedonia, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine.

5. Introduction of Budapest

Often described as the "Little Paris of Middle Europe", Budapest is famous not only for the monuments reflecting its own 1,000-year-old culture, but also for the relics of others who settled here. The river Danube runs through the middle of the metropolis of two million, dividing hilly Buda from the Pest plain. Because of the picturesque panorama offered by the river and its bridges, the Parliament, the imposing Royal Castle, Fishermen’s Bastion and the impressive Danube Embankment, UNESCO placed this site on the World heritage list. 
Introduction of Budapest (Youtube Video)

Travel Information
Public Transport in Budapest Public transport in the city is well-organized including extensive network of trams, buses and metro lines. Tickets must be purchased in advance at vending machines or at metro stations / newsstands. Daily tickets and Tourist passes (valid for 1-3-7 days) are also available. (http://www.bkk.hu/en/tickets-and-passes/prices/)
Taxis Taxis are yellow in Budapest. We suggest that you use only taxis equipped with a taximeter, such as Főtaxi, City Taxi, Taxi5, TaxiPlus or Buda Taxi. Beware of private cabs, especially those without a taximeter.
Parking Parking in the central districts of Budapest is available against a fee. You need to purchase a parking ticket from the vending machines on the streets. Only HUF coins are accepted.
Notice for Drivers (Zero Alcohol) Drivers should be aware that there is a zero tolerance of blood alcohol level while driving in Hungary.
Credit Cards, Currency and Exchange The official currency in Hungary is Hungarian Forint (HUF). Exchange facilities are offered at the airport, in hotels, at the exchange desks of banks and at several exchange offices. American Express, Visa and Master Card are accepted at the hotels, at most of the restaurants and city stores, but you should ask or look for the logo before ordering a service.
Shopping hours The usual shopping hours in Budapest are from 10:00 to 18:00, in big shopping centres up to 21:00 or 22:00. Shops and food stores are open from Monday till Saturday and are closed on Sunday.
Tipping Tips in restaurants and for taxis – depending on the service – are optional but expected. Maximum rate is usually 10 %. There are some restaurants where the service charge is included in the bill, in this case do not tip.
Insurance The Organizing Committee cannot assume responsibility for injuries or losses occurring to persons or personal belongings during the Conference. Participants are therefore advised to travel with a valid insurance package.


We hope that you will enjoy the wonderful panorama and taste the delicious foods and excellent wines of the country while in Budapest!
More travel information please refer https://www.budapest.com/travel.en.html