We have endeavored to guarantee the highest quality standards at minimum cost. For EASTA 2023 conference and beyond, we have developed a more equitable conference fee structure based on the gross domestic product per capita (based on 2018 World Development Indicators published by the International Monetary Fund).

The 9th Annual Conference of the Euro-Asia Tourism Studies Association, organized in association with the Department of Tourism Administration, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University and  Institute of Hotel Management, Aurangabad (IHM-A) Aurangabad, India (now renamed as Chattrapati Sambhaji Nagar) in the state of Maharashtra, India.

The EATSA 2023 Conference offers a worldwide forum to actively learn, share, and sharpen your ideas from academic and industry professionals. With the pandemic reaching its end, we are looking at what the future holds with our focus on: Tourism & Sustainable Development Goals: Introspection & Prognosis.

Participation Type

Regular Participants (Professors & Industry Experts)

Registration Includes

Full access to pre-conference Workshop on Tourism Research, all Conference Keynotes, Technical Sessions, Journal Submission of Article, Local Site Seeing tour to Ellora Caves, Lunch & Gala/Networking dinner costs only.

Early Bird Fee

€ 170 / INR 15500

Late Fee

€ 200 / INR 18500 

Early Career Researchers (Assistant Professors 5 years in service)

Full access to pre-conference Workshop on Tourism Research, All-Conference Keynotes, Technical Sessions, Journal Submission, Local Site Seeing tour to Ellora Caves, Lunches & GALA/Networking Dinner

€ 70 / INR 6500

€ 80 / INR 7400

Ph.D Scholars & Post Graduate Students



Full access to pre-conference Workshop on Tourism Research, all Conference Keynotes, Technical Sessions, Journal Submission, Local Site Seeing tour to Ellora Caves & Lunches.

€ 60 / INR 5500

€ 70 / INR 6500

Hybrid Session (Ph.D Scholars from outside India only)


One-Day Online Technical Session participation, One Paper Presentation, Journal Submission (EATS Journal / Tourism Review). 

€ 80 / INR 7400

€ 80 / INR 7400

Accompanying (Non-Participant)

Access to Gala/Networking Dinner, Lunches, Conference & Local Site Seeing

€ 100 / INR 9200


€ 100 / INR 9200

Tour to World Heritage Caves of Ajanta on the 4th Day

Visit by Luxury Bus/Coach, Breakfast, Veg – Maharashtrian Lunch, High Tea

€ 25 / INR 2300


€ 25 / INR 2300

Kindly Note:

All above fees for offline participants include full access to all keynotes, conference tracks, Pre-Conference Workshop on Tourism Research, participation in the conference (03 days), Journal Submission, Transport from Aurangabad City to Ellora Caves & lunches. 

  • Above fees exclude local transport, local stay, and dinner costs.
  • Second or more Authors in absentia will have to pay € 30  per author (for Certificate) 
  • Those participants who wish to register for EATSA Membership will have to pay an annual membership fee of € 40 at the conference.


  • Start of Abstract Submission – 10th March 2023
  • End of Abstract Submission – 10th August 2023
  • End of Abstract Approval – 20th August 2023
  • End of Early Bird Registration – 30th August 2023
  • End of Late Registration – 02nd September 2023
  • End of Full Paper Submission – 05th September 2023



Aurangabad, known as the Queen of the Deccan and the city of 52 Gates have a long history. Archaeological pieces of evidence suggest that the region was inhabited during the later Stone Age and early Bronze Age. The rock-cut inscriptions at the caves of Kanheri mention about the place known as Rajtadaga (modern Aurangabad).

 The rock-cut caves of Ajanta & Ellora (famous for the 3D paintings & monolithic temple of Kailasa respectively) are the first monuments of India designated as World Heritage Sites in India. Daulatabad (Devgiri) Fort is one of the most impregnable forts in India is famous for its unique defense architecture. Khultabad a medieval town is famous for Sufi shrines and culture. The Jaikwadi Bird Sanctuary and Gautala Wildlife Sanctuary are important natural sites. The most unique attraction is the Lonar Crater. 

The city of Aurangabad boasts of the Bibi ka Maqbara (Taj of the Deccan), Panchakki (Medieval Water Mill), Chattrapati Shivaji Museum, and the historic University Gate. Paithani Silk Saris, Mushroom & Himroo Shawls, Copper & Silver inlay Bidri Works are important handicrafts in Aurangabad.

The city of Aurangabad has been now renamed Chattrapati Sambhaji Nagar.


It is to be updated soon..!


By Air: Aurangabad International Airport is conveniently located, around 02 km east of the venue, and is directly air-linked to Mumbai, New Delhi, Bengaluru, and Hyderabad. 

The other nearest International Airport is Pune International Airport (240 km) from Aurangabad which has direct flights from Dubai & Singapore. (Frequent Taxi services are available from Pune Airport to Aurangabad. (4 Hrs Journey)

By Rail: Aurangabad is well connected to Mumbai and other cities. There are two trains that depart daily from Mumbai. The Tapovan Express leaves Mumbai early morning arriving in Aurangabad by late afternoon, while the Devgiri Express is an overnight train.

By Bus: There are several luxury and state-run bus services that ply between Mumbai, Pune, and Aurangabad. 


There are many five-star & budget-category hotel accommodations, B&Bs, Homestays, etc., available in the city of Aurangabad. One can directly book accommodation using online portals or through our travel partner.


The best time to visit Aurangabad is between September and March, as the city remains pleasant and green during this time. The temperature range during the conference would be 28-30 degrees Celsius.


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  1. Tourist e-Visa
  2. Conference Visa
  3. Business e-Visa
  4. Medical e-Visa
  5. Medical Attendant Visa
  6. Emergency X-Misc Visa
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1. Complete Indian Visa Application: To apply for Indian Visa Online, you must fill out a simple and straightforward application form. You need to apply at least 4-7 days before the date of your entry into India. You can fill out the Indian Visa Application form for it online. Before the payment, you must provide personal details, Passport details, character, and past criminal offense details.

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