We are delighted to announce that bookings for the Spring Conference in Malta (9th – 12th May 2019) can now be made.
This conference will provide the opportunity to visit ancient temples and medieval towns with narrow cobblestone streets, Renaissance cathedrals, gardens and Baroque palaces.
Cost for the event are as follows:
Cost Per Person
Delegate rate: £745.00
Accompanying partner: £245.00 (based on sharing a double room).
Prices include the following
· 3 nights bed and breakfast accommodation at the InterContinental Malta
· Half day tour on Friday to Hagar Qim and Mdina
· Dinner at a local restaurant in Valletta on Friday night
· Full day tour on Saturday to Valletta and Birgu including lunch
· Gala dinner on Saturday night including drinks reception
· Scientific lectures
Please note that prices are based on current Euro exchange rates and are subject to change.
Flights Flights are not included in the price and these will have to be booked directly with your choice of airline. There are various options with EasyJet, Ryanair and Air Malta all operating flights from London and some regional airports.
Our speakers will be covering such topics including: “Do Corporates improve clinicians performance?” and “Carrot or Stick? Do guidelines and regulations help advance dentistry?”
In addition we will get an insight into advanced dentistry from our colleagues in Malta.
Thursday 09 May On arrival at Malta Airport make your own way to the Intercontinental situated at St George’s Bay, St Julian’s (approximately 20 minutes by taxi, cost around EUR17). The hotel has an impressive array of facilities with a fabulous infinity pool set in lovely gardens overlooking St George’s Bay. There is also a Health & Fitness Club and a choice of 6 bars and restaurants. In addition the numerous bars and restaurants on offer in St Julian’s, are within easy walking distance of the hotel.
Friday 10 May After breakfast our half-day tour departs for Hagar Qim Temples. This UNESCO World Heritage Site was first excavated in 1839 and is believed to date back to 3600 B.C. These impressive standing stones are set on a hilltop overlooking the sea with the largest megalith reaching a height of 5.2m and weighing over 20 tonnes. Next stop is the old capital of Mdina sitting on top of one of the highest hills in Malta. One of Europe’s finest examples of an ancient walled city it has a fascinating mixture of medieval and baroque styles. Much of the original architecture has been preserved and there will be time to wander through the narrow cobbled streets before our return to the hotel. The afternoon is free for you to relax. Late afternoon there will be a scientific lecture at the hotel (2 hours). Tonight, we have dinner in Valletta in one of the city’s fabulous restaurants. By night thousands of lights show off the city’s stunning architecture.
Saturday 11 May Today’s full day tour starts in Valletta, Europe’s smallest capital and a World Heritage Site. First stop are the beautiful Upper Barraka Gardens. Created in 1775 on a bastion at the highest point on Valletta’s fortifications, they provide a perfect vantage point for a view over the Three Cities. From here a short walk brings us to St John’s Co-Cathedral, a gem of baroque art and architecture dedicated to St John the Baptist. We leave Valletta by traditional Maltese boat for a picturesque cruise across the Grand Harbour to Birgu one of the oldest areas of Malta’s Three Cities. Dating back to the 16th century, lunch is at the delightful family-owned Tal Petut restaruant. Afterwards a walk through the oldest parts of Birgu will take us to the waterfront for our journey back to the hotel. Late afternoon there will be the second scientific lecture (2 hours).
This evening there will be a gala dinner at the hotel including a drinks reception.
Sunday 12 May The morning is free for you to explore on your own, time permitting, before your return flight back home.
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