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    The conference will take a place at Izmailovo Convention Centre.

    Address: 71, Izmailovskoe Ave, Moscow, Russia; several minutes walk from Metro station Partizanskaya (dark-blue line).

    Izmailovo convention centre places in Hotel complex Izmailovo that is genuine symbol of modern history of Moscow. These buildings were built to reside numerous guests of 1980 Moscow Olympic games.

    As of the moment hotel complex Izmailovo comprises building Alfa, Beta, Vega and double building Gamma-Delta, with total room capacity of about 7.5 thousand rooms of various qualities (from economy to suits and apartments), designed and furnished in best European traditions.

    How to get Ismailovo Convention centre

    From airport “Sheremetjevo”

    It is a little over 40 km by road from Sheremetyevo Airport, situated to the north-east of Moscow, to the Izmailovo Convention Centre.

    By taxi

    It should take around 45 minutes to reach the hotel in clear traffic, but during the rush hours it can take much longer. Official airport taxis currently cost around $60.

    By train

    Aeroexpress trains will take you from the station at Sheremetyevo (behind Terminals D, E and F, with a free bus connection from Terminal B) to Belarus Rail Station. The service operates daily every 30 minutes from 5am to 12.30am, with a journey time of around 35 minutes. Standard adult tickets cost roughly $11. From Belarus Station, take the metro and travel four stops clockwise on the brown circle line to Kurskaya. Change there to the dark-blue line and travel four stations north to Partizanskaya, which is under 200 m to the Convention Centre.

    By bus

    There are also buses running from all terminals at the airport to Rechnoy Vokzal Metro Station in the far north of Moscow. Regular buses run from 5.35am to 12.49am, take around 30 minutes to reach the metro, and cost around $1. Be sure to use the 851E service (as opposed to simply 851), to avoid a long journey with several suburban stops. There is also a marshrutka minibus shuttle that runs the same route from 6.45am and 9.45pm, is slightly quicker, and costs a little over $2.

    From Rechnoy Vokzal, head south nine stops on the dark-green line to Teatralnaya, change to the dark-blue line and travel east five stops to Partizanskaya Station, which is around several minutes’ walk to the Izmailovo Convention Centre.

     

    From airport “Domodedovo”

    By taxi

    The journey from Domodedovo to the Izmailovo Gamma Hotel by car takes 60-90 minutes, depending on traffic. Official airport taxis currently cost either $60 or $70 (depending on the size and type of car).

    By train

    The Aeroexpress rail link runs from Domodedovo Airport Station to Pavelets Rail Station daily from 6am to 12am every half-hour. The journey takes 40-50 minutes. Then, from Paveletskaya Metro Station travel counterclockwise on the brown circle line two stops to Kurskaya. Change there to the dark-blue line and head east four stops to Partizanskaya Station, which is around 100 m to the Izmailovo Convention Centre.

    By bus

    There are a variety of bus services running from the stop between exits 2 and 3 of the Domodedovo terminal building to Domodedovskaya Metro Station in the south-west of Moscow. Regular bus services operate every 15 minutes from 6am to 12am daily, and the trip to the metro takes 25-30 minutes. There is also a faster marshrutka minibus service costing about $5, which also runs every 15 minutes during the day, and operates a less frequent service throughout the night. To complete your journey, travel north on the dark-green metro line nine stops to Teatralnaya. Change there to the dark-blue line, and continue east five stops to Partizanskaya. The Izmailovo Convention Centre is around 100 m from the metro station.

     

    From airport “Vnukovo”

    The Izmailovo Convention Centre is a little less than 45 km from Vnukovo Airport, located to the south-west of Moscow. Taxi or prearranged transfer is undoubtedly the most comfortable way to reach the hotel, although the Aeroexpress rail link followed by a short metro ride is also very convenient if you are not travelling with heavy luggage.

    By taxi

    The drive to the Izmailovo Gamma Hotel from Vnukovo will take 50-90 minutes, depending on traffic conditions. Official airport taxis should cost around $60.

    By train

    The Aeroexpress rail link will take you from Vnukovo Airport to Kiev Railway Station in central Moscow. Trains run on the hour from 6am to 12am daily, and adult single tickets cost roughly $11, with child tickets, family tickets and first-class tickets also available. It is then a direct journey on the metro from Kievskaya Metro Station eight stops east on the dark-blue line to Partizanskaya Metro Station, which is under five minutes’ walk from the Izmailovo Gamma Hotel.

    By bus

    There are also bus services running from opposite Terminal D (domestic flights) at Vnukovo to Yugo-Zapadnaya Metro Station, at the southern end of the red metro line. Regular buses (611 and 611c) run from 5.30am to 12.50am daily every 10-15 minutes and take under 25 minutes to reach the metro. Tickets cost $3-4. There are also faster and slightly more expensive marshrutka minibus shuttles (611b and 45) running from 7am to 11pm. Then, from Yugo Zapadnaya, travel north on the red line nine stops to Okhotny Ryad, change to the dark-blue line, and continue east five stops to Partizanskaya Metro Station, which is around several minutes walk to the Izmailovo Convention Centre.


    The social program is walking tour, excursions, and entertainments at Izmailovo Kremlin.

    Izmailovo Kremlin

    Izmailovskiy Kremlin – 25 years ago, in place where we now see the majestic Izmailovo Kremlin and the Vernisage, was just an empty piece of land. Then the development plan of Moscow was added with the construction of a place which would become a tourist attraction, highlighting Russian traditional culture. Considering the close proximity to Izmailovo hotel complex, with the never ending flow of tourists, it has become a true tourist Mecca. The nearly infinite amount of souvenirs and diversity of cultures represented there, cannot leave visitors without a joy of discovering the mix of traditions that Russia holds. Everybody can find something for themselves and it is absolutely impossible to leave without a small buy, also never forget to bargain, it is one of the few places where it could be done in Moscow.

    Important Dates

    Proceeding

    Accepted Papers written in English and registered will be published in Proceedings that will be published by Springer and indexed by Web of Science, Scopus.

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