The Osteology and Bioarchaeology workshops will take place in Odorheiu Secuiesc, a small and beautiful city, rich in history and culture. It is cosmopolitan town, situated in central Transylvania, on the historical divide between the Szekely Country to the East into the Carpathians Mountains and the more Romanian and Saxon Transylvania to the South and West into the lowlands.
Students and volunteers will be housed in double or triple occupancy rooms within walking distance from downtown Odorheiu Secuiesc and the Museum, in a newly renovated hotel.
Odorheiu has a many pubs, restaurants and fast food joints. One can readily enjoy very good pub fare as well as Romanian traditional cuisine, accompanied with an assortment of great local wines or beer. Although prices have skyrocketed in the region since Romania joined the European Union, the cost of food has remained relatively low. There are plenty of stores and supermarkets that can fulfill almost any need.