|Dubrovnik, Croatia is among the unique
cities in the world, recognized as one of the World
Cultural Heritage sites by UNESCO. It is a walled city,
preserved as it existed in medieval times. It was a
city-state of sea-faring citizens, diplomats and
merchants, at the crossroads of several medieval empires.
A beautiful natural location on the Adriatic Sea, a
lavish architecture of squares, palaces, and churches,
small, intriguing hill-hugging streets, pedestrian-only
traffic within the walls, outings to the enchanting
near-by islands - all these and more combine to make
Dubrovnik one of the most popular destinations in Europe.
|The end of May, when the conference
will be held, is just before the beginning of the tourist
season, with ample opportunities for enjoying swimming in
the truly blue sea, sunbathing, and unhurried and
uncrowded sight seeing. This is also a paradise for
camera buffs. Special post-conference excursions will be
|Dubrovnik can be reached by air from
Zagreb, Croatia and a number of European cities, by road
following a most picturesque Adriatic highway, and by
ferry from Rijeka, Croatia, and Bari, Italy. Dubrovnik
airport is about 20 kilometers from the city.
|The main hotels, with special
conference rates for participants, will be Excelsior
Hotel (category A, on the sea and overlooking the city),
and Hotel Lero (category B, across from a beach). The
conference hotels are a short walking distance from the
walled city and from the conference site.
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