Информация для участников



Participation is free of charge. Please register online before 3 June 2016.


Working Languages

The working languages of the Conference will be English, French and Russian. Simultaneous interpretation will be provided in these languages. Headphones will be distributed at the entrance of the conference hall and should be returned at the end of each session.



The International Conference on “Integrated Quality Management in Tourism Destinations: A key to Competitiveness” jointly organized by the Government of Romania duly represented by the National Authority for Tourism Romania and the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), will be held on Thursday, June  23rd 2016.


Venue of the Conference, accreditation and badges

The International Conference on “Integrated Quality Management in Tourism Destinations: A Key to Competitiveness” will take place in the Palace of the Parliament, Nicolae Iorga Hall, in Bucharest (Izvor Street, no  2-4, sector 5) 

Venue of the Conference: Palace of the Parliament, Nicolae Iorga Hall

Address: Bucharest, Izvor Street, no  2-4, sector 5, Bucharest

Tel.+40 21.414.14.20

Fax. + 40 21 312 09 02

E-mail:  cic@cdep.ro

Website: http://cic.cdep.ro/

  • The Opening Session and the sessions 1 to 3 will take plase on Thursday 23 June in the Palace of the Parliament, Nicolae Iorga Hall, from 9:00 – 18:15;
  • The Technical Conclusions and the Closing Session will be held on Thursday 23 June, in the Palace of the Parliament, Nicolae Iorga Hall from 18:30 – 19:00 

Participants are requested to wear their identification badges throughout the Conference sessions in the area reserved for the event. All participants are requested to collect their badges at the registration desks. Access to the areas set aside for the Conference will be restricted exclusively to participants wearing identification badges. Badges will be obtained at the Registration Desk at the Palace of the Paliament where the Conference will take place and will be open from 14:00 to19:00 on 22 June and from 8:30 to 9:00 on 23 June. 


Technical Visit

Further information on the Technical Visit available here



  • National Authority for Tourism will facilitate hotel/venue/hotel transfers (hotels listed below)
  • Henri Coanda International Airport is located 15 km from Bucharest's city centre. The drive takes 30 minutes in normal traffic. Further information regarding the airport is available at the airport’s website: http://www.bucharestairports.ro/en



Please kindly note that UNWTO is not responsible for accommodation arrangements. Participants are requested to make their reservations by directly contacting the hotels in the list below. To benefit from the special rates negotiated by the hosts in Bucharest please refer to our list of partner hotels below.

Special discounted rates (35% off rack rates) will be given to the participants staying at the JW Marriott Bucharest Grand Hotel, 5 star property, located in walking distance (500m) from the Palace of the Parliament where the Conference will take place.

Participants are recommended to book accommodation as soon as possible, before 10 June 2016

A) JW Marriott Bucharest Grand Hotel:

- Deluxe Single room: 103 Euro/room/night;

- Deluxe Double room: 114 Euro/room/night.

The rates include access to World Class Health Academy (swimming pool, sauna and fitness), Full American Buffet breakfast served in JW Steakhouse restaurant.

The rates exclude local taxes (City Tax 1% and VAT 9%).

Known as a "city within a city" because of the extensive array of on-site entertainment options, JW Marriott Bucharest Grand Hotels offers 402 rooms, 6 restaurants and bars, an upscale shopping gallery, casino, fitness club and 12 flexible meeting venues, including a lovely Grand Ballroom, in addition to an event staff and catering team. Our excellent location in Bucharest, Romania's city centre places you next to the Parliament Palace and close to popular local attractions. Visit us at JW Marriott Bucharest Grand Hotel, where true luxury awaits.

You can book online at the following link. Guests are kindly invited to book by 6th June 2016. 

B) Novotel Bucarest City Centre:

- Standard Single room: 89 Euro/room/night;

- Deluxe Double room: 99 Euro/room/night.

•         Full Buffet Breakfast in the Restaurant Teatro;

•         FREE wireless INTERNET access in all guest rooms and public areas;

•         FREE high speed INTERNET access at the Mac Corner in the hotel lobby;

•         FREE access to the Wellness Centre (indoor swimming pool, hammam, fitness centre);

•         Special benefits from the most generous loyalty program Le Club Accor Hotels:


•         on-line service for check-in & fast check-out:


The rates exclude local taxes (City Tax 1% and VAT 9%).

Novotel Bucarest City Centre is your perfect choice for a business trip, short break or city break.

Located right in the heart of the city, the superior 4-star hotel offers not only an exceptional location, but also a unique blend of classical architecture and modern, functional design.

C) Ibis Parliament House Hotel:

-  Single room:53 Euro/room/night;

-  Double room:60 Euro/room/night. 

Buffet breakfast served in Sud&Cie restaurant.

The rates include local taxes (City Tax 1% and VAT 9%).

Ibis Parliament House offers 161 rooms, 1 restaurant Sud&Cie, 1 bar and 6  meeting rooms. Our excellent location in Bucharest, Romania's city centre places you next to the Parliament Palace and close to popular local attractions. Visit us at www.ibishotels.ro/www.ibis.com/www.accor.com.


Practical Information 


In order to check whether, depending on their personal circumstances, participants are subject to the Romanian short-stay visa requirement, the following link should be accessed: http://evisa.mae.ro/ShortStayVisa (the list of states the nationals of which are required to obtain a short-stay visa in order to travel to Romania).

The links below can also be consulted for the following issues:

-        The list of third-states the nationals of which are not required to obtain a short-stay visa in order to travel to Romania: http://evisa.mae.ro/LongStayVisa;

-        The list of holders of diplomatic and service passports are exempt from the Romanian visa requirement and the right of stay afferent to this exemption: http://www.mae.ro/sites/default/files/file/pdf/formulare-consulare/Vize/2016.04.12_scutire_viza_anexa3_eng.pdf

-        Where to apply for a Romanian visa: Romanian visa applications can be lodged at the Diplomatic Missions and Consular Posts of Romania from the state of origin or of legal residence of the applicant. The list and contact details of the Diplomatic Missions and Consular Posts of Romania can be consulted here: http://www.mae.ro/en/romanian-missions;

-        Applying for a Romanian entry visas: Given the purpose of the trip, it is recommended that participants in the event who are required to obtain a Romanian entry visa, apply for short-stay visas for cultural, scientific and humanitarian activities, as well as short-term medical treatment or any other activities that do not breach Romanian laws. This type of visa is identified by the C/ZA symbol and is issued to third-country nationals who wish to travel to Romania, provided that their presence on the territory of Romania is justified. For the required documents that must be submitted at the Diplomatic Missions ans Consular Posts of Romania, along with the application form for this type of visa, please access the following link: http://evisa.mae.ro/SupportingDocuments#simbolCZA;

-        Visa applications can be lodged by using the eVisa portal: http://evisa.mae.ro/home. Please note that the use of the eVisa portal does not exempt visa applicants to personally present themselves at the competent Diplomatic Mission or Consular Post. Alternatively, short-stay visa application forms can be downloaded at: http://www.mae.ro/sites/default/files/file/pdf/formulare-consulare/Vize/2008.11.14_formular_viza_abc.pdf.

-        Visa fees: as a general rule, the short-stay visa fee is 60 EUR. For all particular situations related to the amounts of the visa fee, please access: http://evisa.mae.ro/VisaFees .

Please note that entry visas cannot be issued on arrival at any Romanian border-crossing point (land, air, maritime). 

Working documents

Participants are requested to bring with them to the Conference the documents sent in advance, as only a limited number of documents will be available on the spot.

List of participants

A provisional list of participants, based on the replies to invitations, will be included in the welcome pack provided to delegates upon their registration. 


Romanian New Leu (RON)


The climate is mostly mild and temperate and typically Mediterranean. Winters are cool, cloudy and wet, summers are hot, clear and dry. In Bucharest, the temperature in June is around 25-30 degrees.

Local time

Romania  is on Greenwich Mean Time (GMT +2).


The international code of Romania is +40. Most foreign mobile phones work in Romania. It is possible to purchase prepaid SIM cards through local providers.

For additional information please contact:


World Tourism Organisation
Ms. Patricia Carmona
Destination management & Quality Programme
World Tourism Organization (UNWTO)
42, Poeta Joan Maragall St.
28020 Madrid, Spain 
Tel. +34 91 567 82 18
Fax. +34 91 571 37 33
Ms. Milja Stanojevic
Regional Programme for Europe
World Tourism Organization (UNWTO)
42, Poeta Joan Maragall St.
28020 Madrid, Spain
Tel. +34 91 567 82 79
Fax. +34 91 571 37 33
National Authority for Tourism 
Ms. Andreea Severa 
Head of Domestic Marketing 
Dinicu Golescu St,
010873, Bucharest, Romania
Tel: 0040.721.866.151
Ms. Irena Petre
Counselor Brank Management
Dinicu Golescu St,
010873, Bucharest, Romania
Tel: 0040.372.144.044
Mr. Constantin Apostol
Counselor Brank Management
Dinicu Golescu St,
010873, Bucharest, Romania
Tel: 0040.372.144.044


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