PIME 2015

PIME 2015

1 - 4 March 2015, Bratislava, Slovakia


Bratislava, with a population of almost 415,000 is the administrative, cultural and economic centre of the Slovak Republic. Bratislava has a very pleasant medieval inner city with narrow, winding streets and a hill-top castle next to the river Danube. Visitors will enjoy historic churches and buildings next to sophisticated restaurants, traditional pubs and good music ranging from jazz to opera. Bratislava’s long history - as home to Celts, Romans, Germans, Hungarians and of course Slovaks - means there is an impressive range of architecture, languages and cuisine.


Conference venue

PIME 2015 will take place at the conference center of the Radisson Blu Carlton Hotel in the center of Bratislava.

Radisson Blu Carlton Hotel

Hviezdoslavovo nam
811 02 Bratislava

Radisson Blu Carlton Hotel

How to get there

By plane
If you want to fly to Bratislava, you can choose between the city's own international airport and Schwechat airport in Vienna, which is about 45 km from Bratislava and connected by regular shuttle buses. Bratislava's airport is the biggest in Slovakia and one of the fastest expanding in Europe. Regular flights link it to other Slovak cities and with many major European destinations.

Rail Travel
International trains to Bratislava's main railway station run from Vienna (1 hour), Budapest (3 hours), and Prague (4-5 hours) several times a day.

By car
Bratislava is connected to neighbouring capitals by international multi-lane highways.

For more information see the official tourism and travel guide to Bratislava:  visit.bratislava.sk/en/profil.asp?p1=807




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