Schengen - Visa
Should a visa be required in order to attend the EuroNanoForum 2017, it is the delegate’s responsibility to access the visa website in order to obtain the necessary application. This would need to be filed at the diplomatic mission of the main destination or country of first entry into the Schengen area, or its representation. The delegate must ensure that the application is lodged within the established deadlines in order to ensure timely review.
Should a visa be required, it should be clearly indicated in the registration form on the Accreditation Portal. Upon successful completion of the process, the EuroNanoForum 2017 will issue a supporting letter confirming participation.
The relevant documentation may be obtained from Malta’s Central Visa Unit (CVU) portal: https://identitymalta.com/visa-application. For further information, kindly contact Malta’s Central Visa Unit (CVU) on +356 2204 2310/2421/2424 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Flights and Accommodation
Delegates are responsible for booking and paying for their flights and accommodation please refer to the event website for further details on discounts and preferred rates available for ENF 2017 delegates.
To and from the Airport
Delegates are kindly asked to organise their own transport from Malta International Airport to their accommodation and back. The following bus routes are all available at the airport terminus, passing through different villages en route to and from the accommodation.
- 73 Valletta – Airport
- X1 Ċirkewwa – Airport
- X2 San Ġiljan – Airport
- X3 Buġibba – Airport
- TD2 San Ġiljan – Airport
- TD3 Bugibba – Airport
Further information can be found on the website: https://www.publictransport.com.mt/
Taxis are also available directly outside the Arrivals Hall at Malta International Airport 24 hours a day. A taxi service booth, from which prepaid tickets can be bought, is located in the Arrivals Hall.
Further information is available on the airport portal here.