The conference will be held in the Hotel Margi in Vouliagmeni, a seaside resort 30 minutes away from the city center and airport of Athens, in Greece. An alternative hotel is the Plaza Strand which is directly across the street from the Margi.
Participants must book directly with the hotel by telephone: + 30 210 89 29 000, fax: + 30 210 89 29 143 or by email: email@example.com, indicating that they are part of the ACM/IMC 08 group. The hotel would like participants to return (via FAX or email) this form with their reservation details.
Conference room rates are 150 euros single (breakfast included), 170 euros double (breakfast included). Reservations can be made anytime and there is no cutoff date in order to get the conference rate.
Visa: Greece is part of the European Union: standard EU visa requirements apply.
Local transportation, general travel information & sightseeing information: http://www.travelinfo.gr/athens/transportation.htm
Getting to the hotel: taxi fare is 20 euros from the airport, less than 30 minutes.
The city: Vouliagmeni is the only really green suburb of Athens, and is situated at the beaches of Saronikos. Surrounded by hills that are full of pine trees and end at exquisite, sandy seashores and the clear blue sea, it is a source of life and recreation for its citizens and visitors. With the help of systematic planning the city is enriched with parks, beautiful orchards, playgrounds, pedestrian zones and contemporary infrastructure. In the general framework of the undertaking of the Olympic Games and in view of its natural milieu and the suitability of its infrastructures, Vouliagmeni has been chosen to host two Olympic events in 2004: the Triathlon and the Cycling Individual Time Trial.
The beaches: The beaches begin at the sandy shores of Aghios Nikolaos of Pallon, they continue towards the Megalo Kavouri, around the Lemos and the bay of central Vouliagmeni, and end to the Limanakia, the small gulfs at the other side of the lake, at the timeless landscape of Attica, the Faskomilia region. The beaches of Vouliagmeni are quite clear, and because of this they have been awarded with the blue flag of the F.E.E.E. (Foundation for the Environmental Education in Europe).