At the University Medical Centre:
Lecture Theatres 1, 2
At the Faculty of Medicine:
Lecture Theatres 3, 4, 5;
The two buildings are connected by a passage.
Ljubljana is easily accessible
by all means of transport.
Travelling by train Ljubljana has direct
connections to Vienna in Austria, Trieste and
Venice in Italy, Budapest in Hungary, Zagreb in
Croatia, and other European cities.
Ljubljana's main train station is within
an easy walk to the city centre and the meeting
Ljubljana by car
Slovenia has a developed network
- from Villach/Beljak (Austria) E 651
- from Klagenfurt/Celovec (Austria) E
652/E 61 (85 km)
- from Graz/Gradec (Austria) via
Maribor E 57/E 59 (195 km)
- from Trieste/Trst (Italy) E 61/E 70
- from Zagreb (Croatia) E 70
- from Budapest/Budimpešta (Hungary) E 57/E
71 (430 km)
Parking Garage is in close
proximity to the meeting
link for the map. The
location is marked with "B",
Parking Garage, Sempeter.
Travelling by plane
Ljubljana international Airport Brnik, situated
25 km northwest of the city is connected with
all major European cities and airports. For
intercontinental flights we recommend a
connected flight via Frankfurt, Munich, Zurich,
Vienna, London, or Paris.
Airport transfer for FEPS
2009 participants Booking of the airport
transfer at fixed price is available on-line:
SHUTTLE BUS: 12€ / person (max. waiting time of
PRIVATE TRANSFER: 38€ per car / one way
Alternatively, the general shuttle van service and bus to the Ljubljana is
also available at the
airport. Visit the
website for more detailed information.
The public taxi rank is right in front of the terminal.A fare from
the Airport to Ljubljana City is approximately 40
EUR. For reservation or more information visit this web
Ljubljana has a climate influenced by its
situation in a large basin, surrounded by sub-Alpine
and Karst regions. Average temperatures in November
are 2°C at night and 8°C during the day.
Slovenia in Brief
Over 50% of the area of Slovenia is a forest.
Language: Slovene; also Italian and Hungarian in
nationally mixed areas.
EU member since May 1, 2004.
Slovenia is a diverse country between the Alps
and the Mediterranean. You can ski in the morning
and enjoy the Adriatic Sea in the afternoon.
Slovenia has countless vineyards with top quality
wines, Carst region with numerous caves, Pannonian
hills and plains, and the only primeval forest in