When: 09 Oct, 2016
Location: Grecotel Corfu Imperial Exclusive Resort – Venue
Welcome Reception is the first social gathering between all conference delegates and it will take place at the Venue Hotel. It will be a relaxing evening during which delegates will have the opportunity to talk to colleagues and peers, while enjoying local drinks and ample canapés.
The Welcome Reception is included in ALL registration fees.Ticket(s) for accompanying person(s): €38
Excursion & Conference Dinner
When: 11 Oct, 2016
Departure time: TBA
The conference dinner will start with a stroll in the old Corfu town (UNESCO heritage site) where we will visit the world famous Esplanade, the Venetian Old Fortress, the famous St. Spyridon church and other ancient monuments.
Some free time for shopping and refreshments will be given around “Linston”. Walking tour will be followed by a visit to the historic Ambelonas winery in the centre of the island for wine tasting and an introduction to Corfiot cuisine which we will get the chance to taste later on at the conference dinner that will follow.
Student Registration Fees (ISoLA / STRESS + ISoLA) do NOT include Conference Dinner and it can be purchased at Additional Options Section in the EasyConferences Registration System.
Ticket(s) for accompanying person(s): €75
-Minimum participation 25 persons
- Paleokastritisa Tour & Fish Night is inclusive of transfers by luxurious fully air-conditioned coaches, licensed guides, all entrance fees, fish meze with local drinks, taxes and VAT.
- Corfu town tour & dinner is inclusive of transfers by luxurious fully air-conditioned coaches, licensed guides, all entrance fees, traditional dinner with local drinks, taxes and VAT.
Paleokastritsa Tour and Fish Night Out
When: 10 October, 2016
Leaving the hotel we head west, driving through the impressive olive groves and the very typical Corfiot countryside, renowned to be one of the most picturesque places in Europe - the highlight of which is the still-functioning Byzantine Monastery. Walking through the gate into another world, you will be shown around the fascinating grounds by your guide, learning of the activities of the monks and feeling the tranquillity of monastic life.
Our tour continues towards Lakones, a typical Corfiot village on the slope of a green hill. The surnames of the inhabitants of the region refer to the soldiers who supported Angelokastro in the late Byzantine period, as well as to refugees from Mani. Houses and churches date from the 18th and 19th centuries. At the central church you will see donations of the first emigrants to America from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. We will end up at the beautiful beach of Paleokastritsa where participants will have the chance to swim and where we will enjoy a fish meze accompanied with local drinks and wine at a local fish restaurant.
The price includes:
Transfers in luxurious fully air-conditioned coaches, Tour guide, Fish meze with drinks at Local Restaurant, VAT and taxes, organization and assistance by Easy Conferences.
Corfu town tour & dinner
When: 13 October, 2016
We will depart from the hotel, with luxurious buses. We arrive at Esplanade, the largest and most beautiful square in the Balkans, located between the old town and the impressive Venetian Old Fortress, guests will proceed for a small walking tour of the old town of Corfu, a Unesco World Heritage Site. One of the loveliest towns in all Greece, the old section remains relatively unspoiled, and will delight guests with its picturesque kandounia [the old narrow Venetian streets], outdoor cafes, English and Venetian mansions and neo-classical houses with their balconies and cascading flowers.
Highlights of this walking tour through the historical center of Corfu Town are the church of St. Spyridon where lies the Holly body of the patron Saint of the island (visit in the church), the Town Hall, once a Venetian theater, the Liston Arcades built by the French of Napoleon Bonaparte, where once only the elite of Corfu was allowed to meet for drinks, the impressive Palace of St. George and St. Michael, a Georgian building, once the palace of the British High Commissioner and later that of the King of Greece and the majestic Venetian fortress.
After our city tour we will stop at a traditional restaurant to enjoy traditional local food. All dishes are freshly prepared to order from the extensive menu with a wide range of excellent traditional local wines, dirnks and desserts.
The price includes:
Transfers in luxurious fully air-conditioned coaches, Tour guide, Entrance fees, Dinner, VAT and taxes, organization and assistance by Easy Conferences.