Processus d’Oradea

Renseignement technique

Date de l'événement: 26 octobre 2017 – 9:30-17:00

Programme: veuillez consulter le programme préliminaire

Langues: hongrois, roumain et français (traduction est assurée)

Lieu: Oradea (Roumanie), Cetatea Oradea, Corpul C (Centrul Non-Profit de Susținere a Afacerilor), et. 2, Sala de Conferințe, Piata Emanuil Gojdu nr. 41. Cetatea Oradea

Stationnement: devant la forteresse d’Oradea


L’aéroports voisins:

  • Oradea (Roumanie), les vols au départ de Bucharest:
  • Debrecen (Hongrie) – transport en commune (bus) : 1 heure,
  • Cluj Napoca (Roumanie), transport en commune (bus) : 2,5 heures – les vols au départ de Bucharest, Viena, Bruxelles, Paris:
  • Timișoara (Roumanie), transport en commune (bus) : 2 heures
  • Budapest (Hongrie) – transport en commune: bus - 2 heures, rail – 5 heures

Les navettes aéroports:


Possibilités de logement

Hotel Cetatea Oradea
Adresse: Piata Emanuil Gojdu nr. 41. Cetatea Oradea
Téléphone: +40 259 318 381, +40 727 228 294, +40 731 715 719

Double Tree Hilton Hotel
Adresse: 9, Aleea Strandului, Oradea
Téléphone: + 40 736 347 872, +40 259 259 222

Hotel Ramada
Adresse: 9, Calea Aradului street
Téléphone: +40 0359 403 333

Pour plus d’informations n’hésitez pas à nous contacter: M. Ciprian Barna:

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