The conference will be held at Russian Federation, Irkutsk region, Listvyanka village, 62th km Baikal tract, Pribaikalskaya Hotel, GPS  51.903417, 104.818896.

Listvyanka village is the main tourist center of Baikal, known for its variety of entertainment and panoramas for photos. Listvyanka is located on the right side of the source of the Angara River and extends to the north-west along Lake Baikal (Listvenichny Bay) for 5 km. Listvyanka is located about 66 km from Irkutsk.

Listvyanka is an actively developing resort, popular among the russian and foreign tourists.

There are several hotels, in addition, the townsmen rent out rooms to holiday-makers. Listvyanka features a rather large market of local souvenirs, where you can buy fresh and smoked fish. The most popular one is Baikal omul. You can also have fish in the local restaurants and cafes. They will offer you a menu of traditional Russian and Siberian cuisine.

Listvyanka arranges boat excursions to Bolshie Koty village, Sandy Bay, the Gulf of Listvennichny, Port Baikal and back. In the vicinity of the village there are at least a dozen of dive-sites – the places where you can dive into the waters of Lake Baikal at a depth from 3 to 40 meters.

Listvyanka and its surroundings have a number of interesting places for a traveler to see. For example, the amazing Baikal Limnological Museum with 11 aquariums containing the Lake Baikal fauna, nerpinary with trained Baikal seals – an endemic to Lake Baikal, St. Nicholas Church of the beginning of the XIX century, the Shaman Stone – an ancient place to heathenize profane rites, observation deck Chersky Stone etc. You can also visit the Astrophysical Observatory, with the largest solar telescope in Russia, as well as a collection of private art gallery founded by the architect and writer V. Plamenevsky, who lives in Listvyanka.