The conference fee for participants and guests is 500 roubles (that is approx. 7 Euros). It includes coffee-breaks during the conference.
Note that lunches are on your own. There is quite a few cafes and restaurants near the Institute of Linguistics and the Museum of Oriental Art, for example (this is not an exhaustive list):
- Brusnika (1/12 Bolshoy Kislovsky Pereulok)
- Prime (1 bld. 2 Bolshoy Kislovsky Pereulok)
- Lavka Bratyev Karavayevykh (10 Ul. Vozdvizhenka)
- Canteen at Dom Zhurnalistov (8A Nikitskiy Boulevard; there is also a restaurant)
- Mu-Mu (4 bld. 1 Ul. Arbat)
- Wabi Sabi (9 bld. 2 Ul. Vozdvizhenka)
- Burger King (9 bld. 2 Ul. Vozdvizhenka)
- Shokoladnitsa (9 bld. 2 Ul. Vozdvizhenka)
among many others.
If you need to print your handouts or posters, you can visit one of the Kopirka copy centers close to the conference venue (near Arbatskaya metro station):
There will be a welcome reception on the first day of the conference (free for all participants). Also all participants are invited to the conference dinner on the last day of the conference (self-paid). We plan to go to a restaurant in the vicinity of the conference venue, and an average price for an entry, a main meal, and a glass of wine is ca. 1200-1500 rubles.