Date an Venue
VetNEST Summer School 2020 will be held at the Congress Centre – Ohrid, R. of North Macedonia
s. Konjsko, (near Lagadin) 6000 Ohrid, Republic of North Macedonia
The accommodation capacity of the Congress Centre amounts to 100 – 110 beds available in:
• 3 apartments equipped with little kitchen and folding armchair
• 23 single rooms
• 29 double rooms
• 5 three-bed rooms All the rooms have been provided with their own bathroom, mini-bar, TV set, internet connectivity and a terrace.
The apartments are 22 m2 in area (size) and all the other rooms are 16 m2. Most of them face the lake and have a wonderful view of nearby park and the lake coast.
For the purpose of organizing the working parts of the events, conferences, promotions, workshops and other educational, scientific and research, cultural and sports activities and manifestations, the Congress Centre has been provided with two air-conditioned specialized congress halls with minimal capacity of 200 seats each. Both have been equipped with accompanying equipment and accessories indispensable for functioning of a modern congress centre – electronic equipment for making presentations, wireless Internet access spanning the restaurant and its terrace and the beach as well.
The restaurant of the Congress Centre has been organized as a dining area for 170 persons with a spatial terrace facing the lake. The food prepared and served is of the traditional domestic as well as international cuisine. The restaurant area can be easily reorganized as a working facility since it has been supplied with an audio equipment and internet access.
The official languages of the Conference are Macedonian and English.
CERTIFICATE FOR PARTICIPATION
A certificate of participation will be given to participants during the Conference.
OFFICIAL LETTER FOR INVITATION
Each attendee will be provided with a letter of invitation upon request, but this does not imply financial support by the Organizing Committee.
PASSPORT AND VISAS
Citizens of the European Union and of the countries signatories to the Schengen Agreement can enter only with a valid officially issued passport.
For more information please visit:
Visa Information for Macedonia
MICRO CLIMATE (local climate):
MODIFIED MEDITERRANEAN (maritime) – TEMPERATE CONTINENTAL
(because of the high mountains – 2000m and altitude – 695m there is also mountain climate)
* distance from Adriatic Sea…………… 110 km
* annual average air temp ………………… 11°C
* winter average temp………………. 2.7°C
* summer average temp……………….. 19.6°C
* absolute maximum…………………. 35.5°C
* in July insolation (sunny hours)……………. 2300 h per year
Republic of Macedonia has two international airports, the main airport in the capital Skopje “Alexander the Great Airport” (SKP) and another in“St.Paul the Apostle Airport” (OHD). There are around 150 flights in a week from different European cities to Skopje.From the low-cost airlines, only WizzAir flies directly between Skopje and London (Luton Airport), and Venice (Treviso Airport).
For more information please visit:
TAV MACEDONIA DOOEL Address:
The road communication makes the main transport network. The main international highway the E-75 crosses the country. Network of well maintained roads links its towns and its popular tourist areas.
The Republic of Macedonia is linked with neighboring and some West European countries by both regular and seasonal bus routes. Direct bus services with: Ljubljana, Sofia, Munich, Bonn, Dusseldorf, Stuttgart, Dortmund, Frankfurt, Vienna, Malme, Gothenburg.
Taxis are avilable everywhere at reasonable fares.
You can rent a vehicle (with or without a driver)
For vehicles: the car license, the green of blue insurance card and the power of attorney if another person drives the car.
The Republic of Macedonia is linked up with European countries by a railway line, which crosses the country (from Serbia and Montenegro to Greek border).
Macedonia has a well developed railroad system. It is connected to Serbia and Montenegro to the north, and to Greece to the south. The main station is in Skopje. All domestic lines are operated by Macedonian Railways with links from Skopje to Kumanovo in the north, to Tetovo in the west, to Shtip in the east, to Veles and Gevgelija in the south, and Prilep and Bitola in the southwest. Intercity trains link Skopje with Serbia and Montenegro and Greece. Travel to Bulgaria is via Nish, Serbia and Montenegro.
For more information please visit: http://www.visitmacedonia.mk/
The Macedonian currency is (Macedonian Denar – MKD).
Money should be exchanged in official exchange offices (banks, post offices, hotels, tourist agencies) according to current exchange rates. When leaving Macedonia foreigners can exchange MKDs back into foreign currency (at official places) only after presenting the evidence on exchange for Denars when entering the country.
Some major credit cards (Diners, American Express, Visa and MasterCard/EuroCard) and euro-checks can be used for payments wherever noticed, as a rule in most hotels, shops, and restaurants.