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Best Poster Award: LEFTER DAKU & Merijon Zhugri

Poster Title: A Stratified Sampling Approach for Estimating College Costs

Free Panoramic Tour of Venice

Join us for a post conference tour to visit some of Venice’s cultural landmarks following our 11th World Conference on Educational Sciences.

Tour Itinerary

9 February 2019

08:00 – Departure from Novotel Milano Nord Ca’ Granda and travel to Venice by coach.

10:00 – Arrival to the HOTEL NUOVA MESTRE and check into accommodation.

Later on: The coach will take us to Venice City centre and we’ll give our guests free time where they will get the chance to visit St. Mark’s Square, Basilica di San Marco, take a Gondola Ride, explore the innumerable back streets or just head out to the other islands.

Lunch & Dinner: At the City Centre (self-paid)

Return time to our hotel will be decided, but guests who’d like to stay longer can return via public transport (20 min via bus – line VENEZIA).

10 February 2019

07:30 – Check out from the hotel and depart back to Milan. First stop is Bergamo Airport, then Milan centre and Malpensa International Airport.

11:00 – Drop off our guests to Bergamo Airport who are travelling from here. Then continue to Centre and Malpensa.

12:30 – Drop off rest of our guests to Malpensa International Airport who are travelling from here.

Booking requirements:

If you’d like to attend to the tour, please do not forget to book the hotel in Venice.


*All the transfers between Milan and Venice are free and arranged by us.

**Notify us your flight times, if the programme above doesn’t suit you.

WCDA-2016 Papers Indexed in Web of Science

5th WORLD CONFERENCE ON DESIGN AND ARTS (WCDA-2016) papers published in New Trends and Issues Proceedings on Humanities and Social Sciences (ISSN 2547-8818), have been indexed at the Web of Science (CPCI). 10th World Conference on Educational Sciences (WCES-2018) & 9th World Conference on Educational Sciences (WCES-2017) & 8th World Conference on Educational Sciences (WCES-2016) papers are expected to be indexed at the Web of Science soon.