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					     9TH INTERNATIONAL ROAD
      CONFERENCE BUDAPEST

“ROADS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT”




            23 – 25 April 2006
       Congress Park Hotel Flamenco
                 Budapest



       SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT
       PRELIMINARY PROGRAM
9TH INTERNATIONAL ROAD CONFERENCE BUDAPEST




          SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT
          PRELIMINARY PROGRAM




                 23-25 April 2006
           Congress Park Hotel Flamenco
               Budapest, Hungary



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THE CONFERENCE IS SUPPORTED BY



    BETONÚT SZOLGÁLTATÓ ÉS ÉPÍTŐ RT.


          COLAS HUNGARIA LTD.


              HÍDÉPÍTŐ RT.


        STRABAG HUNGARIA LTD.

            VEGYÉPSZER RT.




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                                         WELCOME
          The Hungarian Association of Engineers and Architects, which rallies professionals from
the building sector, organised the first conference on general building issues in Hungary in year
1896, then the second in 1909. Conferences focusing on the special subject of road building and
attended by foreign participants were hosted in Budapest in 1928 and 1935.
The Hungarian Scientific Association for Transport established in 1952 organises annually the
venue Road Days, and since 1964 –generally in every 5 years – the International Road Conference
Budapest, for the ninth time in April 2006.
          As Hungary has been full member of the European Union since 2004, the public road
network, and particularly the quality of the roads are of greater relevance in the road transport sector
than ever. This is important for both inland connections and for the country as a whole examined in
a larger pan-European context. The country’s road network integrated in a larger system will be an
active medium in the European transport network, and in the meantime, its own connections will
also improve significantly.
          An important segment of road development is development of the dual carriageway
network which constitutes the basis for a road network of suitable density and good service quality,
appropriate for meeting the requirements of economic and regional development. Construction of
high capacity dual carriageways in the shortest possible time will facilitate preservation and
strengthening of the country’s economic competitiveness both on the regional as well as the all-
European level. In the course of developments, focus should be laid on main roads and primary by-
roads allowing access to dual carriageway roads, inferior roads which are of major importance for
small regions, and municipal roads constituting a substantial part of the country’s road network.
          A primary task both during preparations for and since EU accession has been the
harmonization of the national public road network with the EU 11.5-tonne axle weight rule, and
preparation and implementation of the relating pavement strengthening programme. From the
national road network, particularly road sections of international and EU relevance will be selected.
          It should be noted that in the middle of year 2004, an economic planning process has
started with the aim of working out Hungary’s new development strategy for 2007-2013. The
National Development Plan will be the final output of the process and the basis for operative
programmes including, amongst other things, public road developments.
          When road construction tasks are defined for the upcoming years, emphasis should be laid
on the deficiencies of the access road network that ensures connection to the dual carriageway
network, the benefits of which still cannot be fully exploited today.
          By implementing the strategic tasks and the targeted developments within the integrated
Hungarian and pan-European transport system, the final aim is preservation and improvement of
competitiveness, facilitation of economic development, creation of a better living space and
improvement of social well-being.
          It is a pleasure to welcome the participants of the 9th International Road Conference
Budapest. I am sure that not only road building professionals but also practitioners from other
economic sectors will gain useful experiences and knowledge at this conference.

Dr. János Kóka
Minister




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                                   PATRONS
Szilveszter Vizi E., President
  Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Dr. Árpád Kovács, President
  State Audit Office
Dr. János Kóka, Minister
  Ministry of Economy and Transport
International Road Federation (IRF)
European Asphalt Association (EAPA)
Dr. Ferenc Kovács, Deputy Secretary of State
  Ministry of Economy and Transport
Zoltán Kazatsay, Deputy Secretary of State
  Ministry of Economy and Transport
Dr. András Katona, General Secretary
  Scientific Society for Transport
Sándor Tombor, President
  Hungarian Road Society
                        SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
  Prof. Dr. László Gáspár, Head of Committee (H)
  Dr. György L. Balázs (H)
  Maria de Lurdes Antunes (P)
  Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Arand (D)
  Dr. István Fi (H)
  Dr. András Gulyás (H)
  Dr. Péter Holló (H)
  Prof. Dr. techn. Aarne Jutlia (FIN)
  Dr. Csaba Koren (H)
  Prof. Dr. Johann Litzka (A)
  Dr. Gábor Medved (H)
  J. Cliff Nicholls (UK)
  Jean-Michel Piau (F)
  Prof. Dr. Leszek Rafalski (PL)
  Dr. Katalin Tánczos (H)

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   HUNGARIAN ORGANISING COMMITTEE
dr. Ferenc Kovács, Chairman       Tibor Pallay
dr. Pál Szakos, Secretary         dr. Imre Pallós
József Appelshoffer               dr. Mária Petőcz
dr. Tibor Boromisza               András Rétháti
László Farkas                     dr. László Ruppert
dr. György Farkas                 dr. Péter Scharle
dr. László Gáspár                 dr. János Schváb
László Holnapy                    Béla Szalai
dr. András Katona                 András Szilágyi
dr. Imre Keleti                   Sándor Tombor
Gyula Kolozsi                     József Varga
dr. Péter Lányi                   András Zsigmondi
Tamás Nagy




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                      GENERAL INFORMATION
DATE OF THE CONFERENCE
23 - 25 April 2006

VENUE OF THE CONFERENCE
Congress Park Hotel Flamenco
Tas vezér u. 7., Budapest XI., Hungary
The venue is reachable:
     from the Moszkva tér (Moscow square) station of the underground No. 2 by tram
                 No. 61.
     from the Móricz Zsigmond körtér (circus) within walking distance

CONFERENCE OFFICE
Meeting Budapest Organizing Ltd.
before 23 and after 25 April 2006:
Szilágyi u. 3., H-1081 Budapest, Hungary
Tel.:     +36/1/459-8060
          +36/1/459-8061
Fax:      +36/1/459-8065
E-mail:   meeting@euroweb.hu
          www.meetingbudapest.hu

between 23 - 25 April 2006:
Registration will be in the foyer of the Congress Park Hotel Flamenco
Registration opening hours:
23 April 2006, Sunday:               10.00 – 18.00
24 April 2006, Monday:               07.00 – 14.00
25 April 2006, Tuesday:              08.00 – 18.00

REGISTRATION FEE                              BEFORE                   AFTER
                                         1st February 2006        1st February 2006

PARTICIPANT                                 440.- EUR                   490.-EUR

ACCOMPANYING PERSON                          80.- EUR                   80.- EUR

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PARTICIPANT’S FEE INCLUDES:
   participation on the Scientific Programmes
   badge
   conference document (book of abstracts and proceedings on CD-ROM)
   list of participants
   invitation to the Welcome Reception
   lunch (24th, 25th)
   coffee and refreshment
   participation on the Technical Visit (Dunaújváros)
   V.A.T.

ACCOMPANYING PERSON’ S FEE INCLUDES:
   badge
   invitation to the Welcome Reception
   participation on the Budapest sightseeing program on Sunday

OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
The official languages of the conference are English and Hungarian, simultaneous
translation will be provided throughout the conference.

BADGE
Each participant and accompanying person receives a badge (name tag) at the registration.
We kindly ask you to wear it during all activities of the conference. Thank you.

TECHNICAL VISIT

24th April 2006, Monday 1.45 p.m.
Technical visit to the Danube – bridge which is under construction. (Dunaújváros)

WELCOME RECEPTION
24th April 2006, Monday 8 p.m.
Transport Museum, (Városligeti krt. 11., Budapest 14th district, Hungary)




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                                   EXHIBITION
A parallel exhibition will be organized during the conference.

EXHIBITION RATES:               6 m2 shall scheme:                 780.- EUR
                                9 m2 shall scheme:               1.150.- EUR
                                only space:                         85.- EUR/m2

Because limited size of the exhibition place please reserve your space for the exhibition as
soon as possible.

All enquires regarding participation in the exhibition should be directed to:


Meeting Budapest Organizer Ltd.
H- 1081 Budapest, Szilágyi u. 3. Hungary
Tel.:      1/459-8060
           1/459-8061
Fax:       1/459-8065
E-mail:    meeting@euroweb.hu
           www.meetingbudapest.hu




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             TIMETABLE OF THE CONFERENCE

23 APRIL 2006, SUNDAY

                        SESSIONS                        OPTIONAL PROGRAMS
15.00                                                  Budapest Sightseeing Tour

24 April 2006, MONDAY

                          SESSIONS                      OPTIONAL PROGRAMS
09.00   Opening Ceremony
10.15   Exhibition Opening & Coffee Break
10.45   Plenary Session
13.05   Lunch
13.45   Technical visit to Dunaújváros
18.30   Arrival to the hotel
20.00   Welcome Reception (Transport Museum)

25 APRIL 2006, TUESDAY

                     SESSIONS                           OPTIONAL PROGRAMS
      Session 1       Session 2          Session 3
09.00 Road            Road Issues of     Engineering   Excursion to Szentendre
      Management      the enlarged EU    Structures
11.00                  Coffee Break
      Session 1       Session 2          Session 3
11.20
      (2nd part)      (2nd part)         (2nd part)
12.40 Lunch
14.00 Plenary Session
15.20 Coffee Break
15.40 Plenary Session
18.00 Closing Ceremony
                                                       Sightseeing tour on the
20.00
                                                           River Danube




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                        SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM

PRESENTATIONS

1.    Tristan LORINO - Philippe LEPERT (F)
      Drawing Lessons from the Study of the French Road National Network
2.    László GÁSPÁR (H)
      Lifetime Engineering for Roads
3.    L. PICADO-SANTOS - Adelino FERREIRA - Joao MATOS - M.
      CONCEICAO AZEVEDO – F. COSTA PEREIRA (P)
      Pavement Management System for the Portuguese Administration
4.    Csaba KOREN (H)
      Transport Performance Measures of Road Networks
5.    Péter WELLNER (H)
      Kőröshegyi Viaduct - the Biggest in Size Prestressed, Reinforced Concrete Bridge
      in Hungary
6.    Tasos MOURATIDIS - Lysandros PANTELIDIS (GR)
      Monitoring of Geotechnical Assets in Highway Engineering
7.    Vasilica BEICA - Mihai DIMONIE (RO)
      A Performance Grade (p.g.) Polymer - Modified Bitumen, According to SHRP
      Specifications
8.    Géza BARTHA - Árpád JENCS (H)
      Effects of the EU-Regulations Concerning Protection of Environment on Road
      Quality Control Laboratories
9.    Peter DRISSEN - Heribert MOTZ - Thomas MERKEL (D)
      Sustainable Road Making with Steel Slag Aggregates and Chips
10.   Mária PETÖCZ - János SCHVÁB (H)
      Trends of the building of Local Public Roads in Hungary
11.   Kálmán TÖRÖK - Imre PALLÓS (H)
      Testing methods of the Cold Behaviour of Asphalt Coverings
12.   Zsuzsanna TÓTH-SZABÓ (H)
      The First Hungarian Signalised Roundabout - Experiences and Facts
13.   Zoltán PUCHARD (H)
      Mechanical Performance of Newly Implemented Asphalt Mixes Using Hungarian
      Materials

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14.   Artur KASOVITZ (H)
      High Performance Machines used for Operating National Public Roads
15.   Rosa LUZIA – L. PICADO-SANTOS (P)
      Mechanical Behaviour if Portuguese UGM
16.   Jenő KOVÁCS (H)
      Road #86, the Axis of the Western Hungarian Region
17.   Kálmán TÖRÖK - Imre PALLÓS (H)
      Comparative Analysis of the Bulk Density of Various Asphalt Specimen made by
      Marshall and Gyrator Compactor Device
18.   Simona FONTUL - Maria de Lurdes ANTUNES (P)
      Optimising the Use of Non-Destructive Tests in Pavement Evaluation
19.   László GÁSPÁR (H)
      National Road Rehabilitation Program in Hungary
20.   Árpád FODOR - Valéria FODOR (H)
      Human Factors in Value Analysis within the Highway Construction Administration
21.   A. MOURATIDIS - Grigorios P. PAPAGEORGIOU (GR)
      Road Serviceability Appraisal in View of Alignment Improvement
22.   András BAKÓ - S.K. AMBRUSNÉ - A. GYULAI (H)
      Multipurpose City Data Bank
23.   J. RADIC (HR)
      Building Highway Network in Croatia
24.   Alfred WENINGER-VYCUDIL - Johann LITZKA (A)
      Structural Assessment of Pavement Constructions in the Austrian PMS
25.   László GÁSPÁR (H)
      The Use of Trial Section Monitoring in the Further Development of Hungarian
      PMS
26.   János BAKSAY - Tibor BOROMISZA - János SCHVÁB (H)
      Egy útrehabilitáció technologia kérdései
27.   István DARÓCZI - Balázs VARGA (H)
      Project Control During the Entire Process of Road Construction Projects
28.   Mátyás HUNYADI (H)
      The M0 Highway Ring Crossing over the Danube at the North of Budapest
29.   Lajos BÁN (H)
      Use of SCC Concrete in Bridge Construction

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30.   L. György BALÁZS - Adorján BOROSNYOI (H)
      Possible Use of Polymeric in Bridge Girders
31.   Tomasz WIERZBICKI (PL)
      The Weathering Steel Bridges Maintenance Practice in Poland
32.   Endréné BÁCSKAI - Veronika SZÉKELY (H)
      Renovation of Old Bridges at Historic Sites
33.   Markus VILL - Johann KOLLEGGER (H)
      Numerical Simulation of the Ultimate Load of Damaged Post-Tensioned Bridges
34.   Michael WISTUBA - Roman LACKNER (A)
      Low-Temperature Characterization of Asphalt Mixtures Provides New Insight In-
      Service Performance on Flexible Pavements
35.   László TÁRCZY (H)
      Earthwork foundation on the section between Ordacsehi and
      Balatonkeresztúr"
36.   Antonio BAPTISTA - L. PICADO-SANTOS (P)
      Hot Mix Recycled Asphalt Concrete Characterics
37.   Bohuslav NOVOTNY (CZ)
      Prediction of Asphalt Mix Properties based on Structural Modelling
38.   Markus PETSCHACHER (A)
      Probabilistic Model for Aging of Engineering Structures
39.   Márton KAROLINY (H)
      Pavement strengthening Method Based on Dynamic Bearing Capacity Testing
40.   Jamnik JULIJANA (SL)
      Pilot Project of Pavement Management System implementation on Slovene
      Motorway Network
41.   Zsolt BERKI - János MONIGL (H)
      Methods for Highway Network Development Planning in Hungary (with
      Argumentation for EU Funding)
42.   Károly LÉDERER (H)
      Efficiency of Hungarian Transport Network with Special Regard to Road Network
43.   Lajos KISGYÖRGY (H)
      Design Patterns on Highway Engineering
44.   András GULYÁS - Tivadar DOBOSI (H)
      Comparative Analysis of Road Networks at Micro-Regional Level


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45.   László Aurél MOLNÁR (H)
      Enlarging Union, New Focuses, Realigning Lines of Force
46.   András BAKÓ (H)
      Road Management with Traffic Forecasting and Assignment
47.   Kálmán AMBRUS (H)
      Application of the Characteristics of the Bending Line Measured with Drop Weight
      Equipment to the Dimensioning of Floor Structure Reinforcements
48.   Kálmán ADORJÁNYI (H)
      Properties of Hot Asphalt Mixes Containing Fly Ash Filler
49.   Ildikó PATAKI (H)
      Environmental Risk Assessment with Special Emphasis on Air Pollution from
      Traffic
50.   Imre K. SZABÓ (H)
      Integrated Information System for Road Management Organization
51.   László HOLNAPY (H)
      Is It Possible for the Experts to Prevent the Complete Deterioration of the Existing
      National Road Network?
52.   Imre NÉMETH (H)
      River Bridges in Hungary Constructed by Vegyépszer Rt. or by Consortiums
      managed by Vegyépszer Rt.
53.   Emese MAKÓ (H)
      Assessment of Bicycle Level of Service on Roads with and without Bicycle
      Facilities
54.   Frantisek LEHOVEC (CZ)
      The Influence of Road Infrastructure on Regional Development
55.   Fotini KEHAGIA - Tasos MOURATIDIS (GR)
      Estimation of Operational Speed in View of Sustainable Highway Design
56.   Juliusz CIESLA (PL)
      Assessment of Prestressing Force in Prestressed Concrete Bridge Spans




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                        OPTIONAL PROGRAMS
1. BUDAPEST SIGHTSEEING TOUR

Date:              23 April 2006, Sunday
Time:              15.00 - 18.00
Departure:        from the front of the Congress Park Hotel Flamenco
Price:             25.- EUR
(included in the accompanying persons’ fee!)
Minimum number of participants: 20 people
A three-hour sightseeing tour) by bus introducing (in English) the capital’ s most
attractive features. The tour includes among others: Heroes’ Square with the Millennium
Monument and Gellért Hill, which offers a breathtaking panorama of the city.

2. EXCURSION TO SZENTENDRE

Date:            25 April 2006, Tuesday
Time:            9.00 - 15.00
Departure:       from the front of the Congress Park Hotel Flamenco
Price:           50.-EUR
Minimum number of participants: 20 people
A half-day trip to Szentendre, into the picturesque small town with many fine monuments
and museums, of which the famous Margit Kovács Ceramics Museum, Scanzen (outdoor
village museum) will be visited. In the price the two museums entrance fee and lunch are
included.

3. SIGHTSEEING TOUR ON THE RIVER DANUBE

Date:            25 April 2006, Tuesday
Time:            20.30 – 21.30
Departure:       From the landing place of Vigadó tér
Price:           30.- EUR

Minimum number of participants: 20 people
One hour cruising on the river Danube. An English-speaking tourist guide tells all the
important and historical information about the capital.

                             ACCOMODATION

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PARK HOTEL FLAMENCO****
Tas vezér u. 7., Budapest XI., Hungary

Single room price:                           99.- EUR / night
Double/Twin-bedded room price:               109.- EUR / night

This modern superior first class hotel is located in a quiet, residential area overlooking a
beautiful, attractive park with a small lake on the green Buda side of the Danube, but still
close to the city centre, business and shopping districts of the capital.

 PRICES ARE TO BE UNDERSTOOD PER ROOM PER NIGHT WITH BATH OR SHOWER,
                 INCLUDING BREAKFAST, SERVICE AND VAT.

Attached you will find a HOTEL ACCOMODATION BOOKING FORM which
should be sent back as soon as possible to the address of the Congress Park Hotel
Flamenco.

Congress Park Hotel Flamenco
H-1113 Budapest
Tas vezér u. 7.
Hungary

Tel.: +36/1/889-5708
Fax: +36/1/889-5701
E-mail: nikolett.zika@danubiusgroup.com
www.danubiushotels.com/flamenco




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                        METHOD OF PAYMENT
The payment of the registration fee and full payment for optional programmes should be
made either:
 by bank remittance to be transferred to:
  K and H Bank Ltd
  H – 1051. Budapest, Vigadó tér. 1 Hungary
  Account: Hungarian Scientific Association for Transport
  Account No.: 10201006 – 50261451 - 00000000
  IBAN code: HU 92 10201006 – 50261451 - 00000000
  Swift code: OKHB HU HB
PLEASE INDICATE YOUR NAME AND „ 9TH INTERNATIONAL ROAD CONFERENCE BUDAPEST”
 ON YOUR MONEY TRANSFER AND ATTACH PHOTOCOPY OF THE BANK DRAFT
                     TO THIS FORM! THANK YOU.


CONFIRMATION
On having received your registration form and the bank draft of your remittance your
registration and hotel reservation will be confirmed.

METHOD OF CANCELLATION:
Should participants or accompanying persons cancel the registration and optional program
before 14 March 2006, all fees will be returned, less 10% handling charge. No refund can
be made for registration after 14 March 2006.
                  ONLY WRITTEN CANCELLATION CAN BE ACCEPTED!




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                          USEFUL INFORMATION
Budapest, a city of 2,1 million people stands for a lot more than being the capital of
Hungary. It is a grand icon of the past and a modern metropolis. You can discover
influences from Roman times, from Turkish domination in the 16 th and 17th centuries, and
from the days of Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. You are encouraged to visit one of the
thermal spring baths, and any of the restaurants with famous Hungarian cuisine. We hope
that you find the scientific program stimulating and the social events attractive. In the
followings we would like to give you some useful information to make your visit in
Hungary pleasant:
TRAVEL HINTS
On arrival by air to Budapest Ferihegy Airport, it is advisable to use the Airport Minibus
Service, which takes you anywhere in the town for a set price of about 3000 HUF per
person. Check in at the "Arrivals" at the Airport Minibus Service Desk.
On arrival by train you can take a taxi at the railway station, but the prices are not set. Too
high prices and uncomfortable situation can appear, so getting car of well-known taxi
companies is advisable, for example
TELE5 TAXI, CITY TAXI, FŐTAXI, TAXI 2000.
PUBLIC TRANSPORT IN BUDAPEST
Budapest has an extensive public transport system, which ensures access to all part of the
city by metro, bus, tram, trolley bus or even suburban railway. Tickets are sold at every
metro station, bus terminals. A ticket costs HUF 170,- and is valid for one trip on metro,
on a tram, bus or trolley bus line. 1-day, 7-day, 14-day and 30-day passes are also
available.
Tickets     For one run         HUF 170,-          for 1 day         HUF    1350,-
            For 10 runs         HUF 1450,-         for 3 days        HUF    2700,-
            For 20 runs         HUF 2800,-         for 7 days        HUF    3100,-
                                                   for 14 days       HUF    4050,-
                                                   for 30 days       HUF    6250,-
Passengers who travel on a short distance or only change once on the underground can use
of the metro and the Millennium underground with a discount ticket. Depending on the
type of their trip, passengers can choose from 3 types of tickets in addition to the single
tickets that can be used further:

SINGLE TICKETS HUF 170,- : valid for one interrupted single trip without changing
lines, for one hour following in time code stamped in the ticket with the exception of the
M1 (yellow line) where the tickets are valid for 30 minutes.
METRO SECTION TICKET HUF 120,- : valid for one trip without changing line for up
to 3 stops and 30 minutes.

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METRO SECTION TRANSFER TICKET HUF 185,- : valid for one trip with one change
line for up to 5 stops.
METRO TRANSFER TICKET HUF 290,- : valid for one trip with one change without
any limitation on the number of stops for up to one hour.
NOTICE FOR DRIVERS
The speed limits are 130, 90 and 50 km per hour on motorways, on the highways and in
cities, respectively. During driving, the use of headlight is compulsory. In Hungary,
drinking is prohibited while driving.
PASSPORT AND VISA - WWW.MFA.GOV.HU
As result of the EU-accession on 1 May 2004 Hungary is now member of the European
Union. Residents of other EU-member states can visit Hungary with Identity Card. Other
foreign visitors travelling to Hungary should hold a passport and maybe a valid visa
except for citizens of most European countries. Please check the visa and passport
regulations between your country and Hungary before your travel arrangements.
Visa can be granted by Hungarian Embassies and Consulates.
INSURANCE
Participants should arrange health and travel insurance prior to arrival in Hungary. The
registration fees do not include provision for the insurance of participants against personal
accidents, sickness, theft or property damages. This applies to all events during the
Conference period. Participants are advised to take out whichever insurance they consider
necessary.
CURRENCY, EXCHANGE, CREDIT CARDS - WWW.OANDA.COM/CONVERTER/CLASSIC
Official currency is the Hungarian Forint (HUF). The exchange rate:
1 USD equals to about 200 HUF, 1 EURO to about 250 HUF, it is subject to changes
depending on the daily rate of exchange. Foreign currency can be brought into Hungary
without restriction. When leaving the country, you can re-exchange HUF up to 50% of the
total sum exchanged during your stay in Hungary. Receipt showing your official exchange
is required. Exchange facilities are offered to participants at the airport, in hotels, and at
the site of the Conference. American Express, Visa, Dinners Club, Eurocard are accepted
in large hotels, first class restaurant and city stores, but you should ask before ordering
services.
CLIMATE AND CLOTHING
Hungary has a continental climate. Weather is really changeable in April with temperature
about 10-20ºC. Formal dress is not required for any scientific programmes. For the
excursion casual wear is advised.
ELECTRICITY SUPPLY
In Hungary, electricity is supplied at 220 V, 50 Hz. The 2-pin connecting plug is different
from that used in some countries e.g. USA, UK, Japan, etc. Hotels may provide outlets
suitable for operating shavers.
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