Info

City Statistics

Location

Province of Moscow, Russian Federation.

Dialing code

Country code 7; city code 495.

Population

10,425,675 (city).

Time zone

GMT + 3

Electricity

220 volts AC, 50Hz; round two-pin plugs are standard.

Average Low Temperature in March

– 4°C

Hotel Information

Lotte Hotel Moscow

8 Bldg. 2, Novinskiy Boulevard, Moscow 121099 Russia
Tel: +7 495 745 1000
Fax: +7 495 287 0555
http//www.lottehotel.ru

Hotel Capacity

266 rooms; 38 suites
25km/15mi (55min) from Sheremetyevo Airport (SVO)

Cards Accepted

American Express
MasterCard
Visa
JCB International
Diners Club

Internet

Access to Internet via Wi-Fi is free on all the territory of the hotel (including rooms, conference hall and exhibition area)

Parking

The hotel has 3-level underground paid parking.

Reservation Form
Visa requirements

All travelers*, to Russia must have a valid entry visa, which must be arranged prior to your travel through the Russian embassy or consulate office. Lotte Hotel Moscow can provide you with visa support documents for a one-entry tourist visa valid only for the period of stay at the hotel.If you are planning to stay in Lotte Hotel please visit the hotel’s web-site for visa support letter request.
If you are staying in another hotel please contact it for visa support.

*Holders of passports issued by the following nations are not required to obtain a visa prior to travel (please check with nearest Embassy or Consulate of Russian Federation):

Unlimited period

  1. Armenia
  2. Azerbaijan
  3. Belarus
  4. Kazakhstan
  5. Kyrgyzstan
  6. Moldova
  7. Tajikistan
  8. Uzbekistan

Special requirements:

  1. Estonia
  2. Latvia – non-citizen passport holders only

90 days

  1. Ukraine
  2. Abkhazia
  3. South Ossetia
  4. Argentina (a maximum of 90 days in a 180 day period, starting from the date of first entry, for ordinary passport holders and provided the purpose of visit is not for work or commercial reasons)
  5. Brazil (a maximum of 90 days in a 180 day period, starting from the date of first entry, for ordinary passport holders and provided the purpose of visit is not for work or commercial reasons)
  6. Chile (a maximum of 90 days in a 180 day period, starting from the date of first entry, for ordinary passport holders and provided the purpose of visit is not for work or commercial reasons)
  7. Colombia (a maximum of 90 days in a 180 day period, starting from the date of first entry, for ordinary passport holders and provided the purpose of visit is not for work or commercial reasons)
  8. Ecuador (a maximum of 90 days in a 180 day period, starting from the date of first entry, for ordinary passport holders and provided the purpose of visit is not for work or commercial reasons)
  9. Guatemala
  10. Israel (a maximum of 90 days in a 180 day period, starting from the date of first entry, for ordinary passport holders and provided the purpose of visit is not for work or commercial reasons). “Tourist documents or the original invitation accordingly are required to be presented to the Russian Immigration authorities. Visa free regime does not apply for Diplomatic and Service passports holders.”
  11. Nicaragua (a maximum of 90 days in a 180 day period, starting from the date of first entry, for ordinary passport holders and provided the purpose of visit is not for work or commercial reasons)
  12. Peru (a maximum of 90 days in a 180 day period, starting from the date of first entry, for ordinary passport holders and provided the purpose of visit is not for work or commercial reasons)
  13. Uruguay (a maximum of 90 days in a 180 day period, starting from the date of first entry, for ordinary passport holders and provided the purpose of visit is not for work or commercial reasons)
  14. Venezuela (a maximum of 90 days in a 180 day period, starting from the date of first entry, for ordinary passport holders and provided the purpose of visit is not for work or commercial reasons)

30 days

  1. Croatia (up to 30 days for tourists and up to 90 days for other visitors) Tourist documents or the original invitation accordingly are required to be presented to the Russian Immigration authorities.
  2. Cuba
  3. Bosnia and Herzegovina (up to 30 days for tourists and up to 90 days for other visitors) Tourist documents or the original invitation accordingly are required to be presented to the Russian Immigration authorities.
  4. Macau (entering into force later in 2011)
  5. Macedonia (up to 30 days tourist and up to 90 days for other visitors). Tourist documents or the original invitation accordingly are required to be presented to the Russian Immigration authorities.
  6. Montenegro Visa free regime does not apply for Diplomatic and Service passports holders.
  7. Mozambique (Diplomatic and Service passports holders only)
  8. Serbia (with biometric passports issued after 9 April 2008)
  9. Thailand
  10. Turkey (total period of stay should not exceed 90 days during each period of 180 days)

14 days

  1. Brunei (Only Diplomatic and Service passports holders)
  2. Hong Kong (Only Hong Kong Special Administrative Region passport holders)
At the conference

The official conference languages are English and Russian.
During the presentations Russian-English and English-Russian Simultaneous Translation will be organised.

13 March 2014, Thurthday 
Conference opening – 08:30
Conference closing – 16:40
Informal event – 20:00 – 23:00

Conference agenda

The conference agenda is updated constantly every time we have a confirmation from the speaker. You can follow the updates on our website.

Conference materials
All participants will receive carrier bags with conference materials. Presentations made at the conference will be uploaded to www.intax-info.com Library section within 3 working days after the conference and they are free to download.

Internet
Access to Internet via Wi-Fi is free at the exhibition area and inside the conference hall.

Dress code
The dress code is business attire or business casual.

Places of Interest near the Conference venue*

  • Red Square is the most famous city square in Moscow surrounded on one side by the Kremlin walls and Lenin tomb and on the other by GUM, a world-famous collection of shops and boutiques. Red Square is the heart and soul of Russia. In recent years Red Square has served as a place for the most significant military parades and high-profile concerts.

  • The Kremlin is Moscow’s most famous historical and political landmark and is a complex of cathedrals and palaces. Several buildings are open to the public, including the Armory, Patriarch’s Palace and the State Kremlin Palace. Since 1991, the Kremlin has been the official residence of the President of the Russian Federation. The ensemble of the Moscow Kremlin has been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.

  • Saint Basil’s Cathedral is located in the southeast part of Red Square, just across from the Spasskaya Tower of the Kremlin. Commissioned by Ivan the Terrible in the 1550s, this world-famous cathedral on Red Square consists of nine separate chapels, each capped with its own individually shaped and colored dome.

  • The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts is the largest museum of European art in Moscow. Opened in 1912, the Pushkin Fine Arts Museum possesses a collection of European art second in Russia to only St. Petersburg’s Hermitage and is known as the best permanent collection of Impressionist and post-Impressionist art in Russia. This museum also hosts outstanding temporary exhibitions.

  • The Arbat is a pedestrian street in the historical centre of Moscow and its true symbol. The Arbat has existed at least since the 15th century, thus laying claim to being one of the oldest surviving streets of the Russian capital. It forms the heart of the Arbat District of Moscow.

  • The Bolshoi Theatre is a historic theatre in Moscow, designed by the architect Joseph Bové, which holds performances of ballet and opera. The Bolshoi Ballet and Bolshoi Opera are amongst the oldest and greatest ballet and opera companies of the world. The New Bolshoi Theatre, adjacent to the original and built incredibly in only six months, continues to stage an extensive repertory of concerts and performances.

Information provided by Lotte Hotel Moscow

Information in this section was received from open sources and describes the general ideas about your trip to Russian Federation. All the conference participants are responsible for their travelling and hotel reservations. INTAX GROUP does not accept any claims not related to the conference.