Photo by: Ivan Kulcsár (IRB).

Solid-State Science & Research

Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Zagreb, 28th to 30th June 2017

Travel and Venue

Source: Zagreb Tourist Board, Photo by Marko Vrdoljak.

Venue

Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science,
Horvatovac 102A, 10000 Zagreb

Travel

By plane

You will arrive at the Zagreb Aiport which is located outside of the city.

Bus transport to Zagreb Main Bus Station (ca. 5 Euros) is available. Buses leave approx. every 30 minutes.

View detailed list of departures from the Airport or the Main Bus Station.

Taxi is also available.

By train

You will arrive at the Zagreb Main Train Station which is located in the centre of Zagreb, only 10 minutes by foot or 2 tram stations (using tram line 6 or 13) from the main city square, Ban Jelačić Square. It is also fully connected by public transport with other city parts.

By bus

You will arrive at the Zagreb Main Bus Station which is close to the city centre, and fully connected by public transport with other city parts.

You can take tram line 6 to arrive (5 tram stations) to the main city square, Ban Jelačić Square.

By car

Zagreb is connected by highway to all neighbouring countries. A highway toll is paid on site either by credit card or in cash. Before arrival, please try to reserve a parking place during your stay either in a hotel parking or in public parking garages throughout the city centre.

More information could be found on the Zagreb Tourist Board or Expat Croatia websites.

Accommodation

Zagreb offers various types of accommodation (hotels, hostels, apartments) depending on your budget and desired location in the city.

In case you need any help with the reservations please contact us. Zagreb is getting more popular as a tourist venue especially during summertime so please check the availabilities of the accommodation during the conference dates and reserve your stay in advance.

Info

The weather in Zagreb during June and July is mostly sunny with small chance of rain. Daily temperatures are usually between 20 and 30 °C.

The official language of Croatia is Croatian. English language can be used for general communication with most people.

The national currency of Croatia is Croatian Kuna (HRK). 1 Euro is equal to approx. 7.5 HRK. Cash in HRK can be retrieved at ATM’s. International credit cards are widely accepted.

If you are travelling from outside of the European Union (EU), please ensure that you have all necessary documents required to enter the Republic of Croatia.

The process of obtaining all required documents may take up to several weeks. Important official information is given at the website of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affaires of the Republic of Croatia. For those in need for visa, the letter confirming their attendance at the meeting will be issued upon request.

Unique emergency number for Croatia is 112.

Registration open: until May 20th
Registration fee payment: until June 5th

Organizers

Ruđer Bošković Institute
Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science
Department of Physics, Faculty of Science
Institute of Physics

Sponsors

Hebe
Hebe
InSolido
Keysight
Mettler
mteh
Renacon
Zagreb Tourist Board