The venue of the conference is Hyderabad International Convention Center (HICC), Hyderabad, India, which is located 21.748 miles (35 Km) from the Airport.
The ID-V conference Inaugural session will start in the evening of Feb 21, 2017 (around 17:00 hrs) and the conference would conclude in the evening of Feb 25, 2017 (around 17:00 hrs) and the parallel workshops would be held from 10:00-16:00 hrs on Feb 21, 2017.
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We suggest all the conference delegates to reach Hyderabad by the evening / night of Feb 20 or in the morning of Feb 21, 2017. Please arrange your tickets and book your accommodation as early as possible.
If you’re wondering about modes of reaching Hyderabad, then put your worries at bay, as the city is well connected by roadways, railways and airways – both domestic and international.
Hyderabad is connected to most major cities domestically as well as internationally via the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, http://www.hyderabad.aero adjudged the ‘Most Favourite Airport in India’. It is located in Shamshabad, about 22 kilometres away from the city, the airport has won numerous global awards and operates non-stop flights to and from Europe, South Asia and Middle East operated by British Airways, Qatar Airways, Emirates Airlines, Air France, Lufthansa Airlines, Singapore/Silk Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Malaysian Airlines, Thai Airways, Air India and several Indian airlines like Jet Airways, IndiGo, GoAir, SpiceJet, AirIndia. In addition, Hyderabad airport has direct flights from all other international/domestic airports in India (Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata). Hyderabad airport is well connected by road to the city – AC-buses and taxis are available round the clock. The air-conditioned buses run by the airport can be used to get to five designated points in the city. The venue/ any hotel can be reached from Airport in 35 to 45 min.
The South Central Railway, India's biggest railway zone, is headquartered at Secunderabad which is commonly referred to as Hyderabad's twin city. The city has extensive connectivity to major cities and other parts of India through three the major railway stations:
You can also hire cars from the airport itself. Off the bat, three car rentals are available, being Avis, Hertz, and Budget. Taxi cabs are also available; Easy and Meru cabs are both officially approved by the airport and are available just after exiting out of the airport terminal building.
Hyderabad is at a drivable distance from Bangalore, using National Highway 7 (552 kilometers). If you’re coming from Chennai, you can either take NH9 or NH5 for a distance of 652 kilometers. From Mumbai, it is about a 700km ride, using NH9 and the expressway. If you’re renting a car, car companies require you to pay for driver charges so make sure to ask them about that, as well as night halt charges, per kilometer charge, and other important information. Also, the consistency of the road conditions in the region is uneven so the travel may not be smooth throughout.
Since Hyderabad is connected to the rest of the states by National Highways, many buses carry out trips to and from Hyderabad on a daily basis. Hyderabad also has the third largest bus station facility in Asia, the Mahatma Gandhi Bus Station, locally known as the Imlibun Bus Station. Currently, it has a 19,000-strong bus fleet. There are also special and deluxe AC buses that will assure your comfort during the trip.