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Emergency Call (police and accident aid)
Please call 112. (without dialing any area code)
Tell your name, where you are, what happened, how many people are injured.
June/July it is summer in Dresden/ Germany and the average temperature is 22°C (72 °F). Please note there may be occasional showers. Weather information and forecasts are available at www.wetter.com
Credit cards are accepted at most businesses including restaurants, shopping centers (malls) and gift stores, gas stations, grocery stores. Major credit cards include Visa, MasterCard, and American Express. ATMs are also located at many areas throughout Dresden.
The German currency is EURO (€). The official exchange rate is published daily in the newspapers. Exchange facilities are available at the airport, main train stations and exchange agencies. Cash and travellers checks are easily exchanged in banks and hotels. Most hotels and restaurants accept international credit cards.
Exchange rates may vary. To see current exchange rates, please visit www.oanda.com or de.finance.yahoo.com
Electric sockets are 230 volts AC, 50 Hz. European-style round two-pin plugs are in use. You need a transformer and a plug that fits the German socket.
The conference language is English.
If traveling from outside of Europe, you may need a Schengen Area visa to enter the EU. Please consult the German Embassy or Consulate in your respective country regarding your specific visa requirements for entering Germany.
If you require a conference invitation letter, please register for the SRF2019 conference, and then send your visa letter request with the follow information to Ms. Petra Neumann by email to email@example.com.
Given Name Surname; Gender; date of birth; Passport Number; Expiration Date; full address, where the letter hast to go.
If you need the letter in original please advise a telephone number where the carrier can reach a person.
If there are go more than one people from your institute it would be very kind if we could collect the originals in one envelope.