The conference will take a place at Londa Beach Hotel Limassol Cyprus
72 Georgiou A Street Potamos Germasogeia, Limassol 4048, Cyprus.

Cyprus Visa Regimes

A valid passport is required for a stay of up to 90 days for all bonafide tourists except citizens of European Union countries, Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway who may enter Cyprus with their national identity card provided it bears a photo. Some non-EU third country nationals require a visa. Further detailed information can be obtained from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Russian citizens must get pro-visa on to enter Cyprus!


Limassol, a city counting centuries of history, is located between two of the most renowned ancient kingdoms of the island, Amathous at the east and Kourion at the west. “Lemessos” as it is called by locals, is the second largest urban area in Cyprus (after the capital, Nicosia) and its municipality is the most populous in the country with 235,0oo inhabitants (2011 Census).

Limassol is one of the fastest growing modern metropolises in Europe. The city’s infrastructure is constantly upgraded from all aspects (way of living, public construction projects, education, etc) with the most distinct project of this sort being the Limassol Marina – an exclusive waterfront development combining elegant residences and a full-service marina, with its own shopping and dining area. Also, the revamped coastline now covers a 15 kilometers distance, lined with hotels and beach bars and cafes, interspersed with eucalyptus groves and linked by a promenade popular with walkers and joggers.

In recent years Limassol has progressed as one of the largest commercial ports in the Mediterranean region and it is now considered as one of the most important centers of tourism, trade and offshore companies. The city is also the business and financial center of Cyprus as hundreds of international shipping and financial companies have their headquarters here.

How to get Limassol

By Plane

From Larnaca airport to Limassol you have 2 transportation options, taxi or bus. The cheapest option is to take the Limassol Airport Express bus, which runs 24/7 and costs 9€ per person. Your second option is to take a Larnaca airport taxi. Larnaca airport taxis use a taximeter, so the cost will depend on the distance to your final destination, the estimated cost is around 50€.