The Conference will take place at the Fortress Suite, CORINTHIA HOTEL ST GEORGE’S BAY, St Julians, STJ 3301, Malta.
- The rate for the Corinthia St Georges Bay (5-star Hotel) is €125 for sole use or €145 in a twin sharing.
- The rate for the Marina Hotel Corinthia Beach Resort (4-star hotel) is €110 for sole use or €125 in a twin sharing.
Booking Page: https://www.marinahotel.com.mt/isom2022malta/
The above rates include breakfast and VAT.
The Radisson Blu Resort, St. Julian’s is also within walking distance from the Conference Venue.
The participants are requested to make their own travel arrangements to and from the airport. We recommend the following arrangements:
Taxi services between Malta Airport and any destination in Malta are available 24 hours a day. Pre-paid tickets can be purchased at fixed rates from the booth available at the airport Welcomers’ Hall. Alternatively, you may book your rides directly through the Malta Taxi app, which is available on both Google Play and the App Store.
By local public transportation:
Please visit these websites for detailed information about these services and other bus routes:
By car rental:
Driving in Malta and Gozo is on the left. If you intend to rent a car or drive in Malta, it is advisable to take out a comprehensive insurance. International driving licenses are accepted.
Malta is an island country consisting of an archipelago, and is situated in the Mediterranean Sea. The official languages are Maltese and English. The country joined the European Union in 2004; it became part of the eurozone monetary union in 2008. Malta is a tourist destination with its warm climate, numerous recreational areas, and architectural and historical monuments, including three UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The official languages of Malta are Maltese and English. Italian is also widely spoken.
The electrical supply is 230 Volts/-10%. The frequency of the supply is 50 Hertz. The three-pin rectangular plug system is used, as in Britain. Adapters may be bought at the convenience store located just outside Arrivals at the airport or from any ironmongery store.
The Maltese weather is greatly influenced by the Mediterranean climate.
Tap water is safe to drink throughout the Maltese Islands. Alternatively, one can buy local or imported bottled water from shops or restaurants.