Travel & Visa


Zagreb has an international airport with direct flights from all the major European cities (Belgrade, Brussels, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Istanbul, Lisbon, London, Paris, Rome, Vienna, Zurich). Train connects Zagreb to the rest of Europe via direct lines to Budapest, Munich, Belgrade and Vienna. Zagreb is also a major highway junction well connected to the European highway network.



Zagreb international airport is situated 12 km from the city centre.

From the airport to city center:

a)      Airport taxi: 190 Kuna

b)      Take airport bus to the final station Zagreb center, from there tram #11 to Jelacic square. Cost 10 Kuna including tram

c)       Take Croatia airlines bus to the final station Zagreb center, from there tram #2 tı Jelacic square. Cost 30 kuna one-way and 40 Kuna two-way ticket. Plus 4 Kuna tram ticket.


From city center to airport: standard taxi costs 110 Kuna (much less than airport-city taxi fare, because – due to the location of the airport – taxis at the airport are from another city with different tariff).




Croatia is an EU member state. Holders of valid Schengen documents, as well as national visas and residence permits of Bulgaria, Cyprus, and Romania do not require an additional visa for Croatia.

Basic information about the visa regime between the Republic of Croatia and all other countries are available at the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs: en/consular-information/visas/ visa-requirements-overview/

Please check the details for your country.



Note that although Croatia is an EU member, the euro is not used there. The Croatian currency is the Kuna. See the current Exchange Rate.



Important Dates

Abstract Cut-off date:

Friday, June 30, 2017

Notification of Abstract Acceptance:

Friday, July 28, 2017

Full Paper & Registration Payment:

Thursday, August 31