The CMS Physics Week in September 14-18, 2010 will be held in Bodrum Turkey. All parallel and plenary meetings will take place in Kefaluka Resort.
Wireless internet connection will be available free of charge in most of the rooms at the Kefaluka Hotel.
A valid passport is required to enter Turkey. Detailed information for visa requirement is available through Republic of Turkey Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Specific invitation letters for visa applications will be provided by the organizers upon request.
With sea temperatures ranging from 16 to 25 degrees between summer & winter, Bodrum is a great location for holiday at any time of the year, Bodrum has a mild climate, during the winter it is cool and rainy and the summer is hot and dry. The yearly average temperature is 19 degrees. The average temperature (C & F) in August is 33 / 91, September 29 / 84, October 24 / 75
Bodrum has a Mediterranean climate. Winters are mild and summers are quite warm with July and August temperatures reaching a maximum of 30°C / 86°F. Summer days in Bodrum are usually sunny although the days can feel quite humid and hot.
From May to October, Bodrum enjoys six months of sunshine with not a single drop of rain. September and October are the best months for those who enjoy a more leisurely pace of life. Daytime temperatures during this time are perfect for a beach holiday, but it is comfortably cool to explore the historical sites in the surroundings of Bodrum too.