Venue & Travel

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General Information

Conference Venue

The Conference will take place at Cankarjev dom Culture and Congress Centre, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

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Wireless internet will be avaliable at the conference venue.

Money Exchange

The Slovenian legal tender is EUR. Foreign currency may be exchanged at banks, exchange offices, travel agencies, hotels, airports and railway stations.

Automatic Cash Dispensers

Automatic cash dispensers accepting Visa, Eurocard/Mastercard, American Express credit cards and Maestro Cirrus are situated at all main banks in Ljubljana and also at Ljubljana Airport.

Credit Cards

All major credit cards, such as American Express, Visa, Eurocard/Mastercard, Diners, are widely accepted in hotels, restaurants, and shops.


Electricity in Slovenia is 220V, 50Hz. Continental Europe (Schuko) plugs are used.

Drinking Water

Tap water is safe to drink in Slovenia.


European summer time, one hour ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).


Slovenia is a country with an excellent geographic position at the crossroads of routes leading from the cold north to the warm Mediterranean south. On no more than 20,000 square kilometres, a fascinating variety of landscapes can be found, ranging from the Mediterranean seaside and stone Karst to the Alps and the Pannonian lowlands. Equally diverse and attractive is the cultural heritage of Slovenia and its people.

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The capital of Slovenia is located in the centre of the country, about an hour's drive from the Alps and the Adriatic Sea. Ljubljana is a lively industrial, commercial, administrative, and cultural centre with a population of 300,000 people, of which 54,000 are students. With its cafes, restaurants, shops and galleries, the picturesque Old Town on the banks of the Ljubljanica River is an increasingly popular tourist attraction.

For more information on Ljubljana, visit or contact:

TIC Ljubljana Tourist Information Centre
Stritarjeva ulica, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
Tel.: + 386 1 306 1215
Fax: + 386 1 306 1204

How to Get to Ljubljana

By Train

Ljubljana is an important railroad junction and can be reached by trains from all major European cities. The railway station is within walking distance of the city centre.

By Road

Arriving to Ljubljana by car is easy. Listed below are distances to some nearby cities:

Zagreb (Croatia) - 139 km
Trieste (Italy) - 95 km
Venice (Italy) - 242 km
Klagenfurt (Austria) - 83 km
Vienna (Austria) - 380 km
Munich (Germany) - 408 km

By Air

Ljubljana is best served by its International Airport at Brnik, 23 km northwest of the city, with daily connections to most major European cities. From the airport, Ljubljana can be easily reached either by bus shuttle service to Ljubljana bus station (approx. EUR 10) or by taxi (approx. EUR 40).

You may also find it convenient to use one of the neighbouring airports such as
Trieste (Italy), 128 km southwest of Ljubljana
Klagenfurt (Austria), 90 km north of Ljubljana
Zagreb (Croatia), 141 km southeast of Ljubljana

There are direct flights to Ljubljana from: Amsterdam, Barcelona, Belgrade, Birmingham, Brussels, Budapest, Copenhagen, Dublin, Frankfurt, Istanbul, London, Manchester, Moscow, Munich, Ohrid, Paris, Podgorica, Prague, Pristina, Rome, Sarajevo, Skopje, Tirana, Vienna, Warsaw, Zurich.

Airport Transfer

Arrival and departure transfers by shuttle bus service or private transfers are offered from the Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport (commonly known as Brnik Airport).

  • Shuttle bus: 12 EUR / person (min 4 persons, price of one way transfer, max. waiting time 1h, VAT incl.)
  • Private transfer economy: 38 EUR / car (price of one way transfer, NO waiting time, VAT incl.)
  • Private transfer premium: 50 EUR / car (price of one way transfer, NO waiting time, VAT incl.)
  • Group transfer: 65 EUR / van (max. 7 persons, price of one way transfer, NO waiting time, VAT incl.)

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