Slovenia is a green and diverse country, lying between the Alps, the Mediterranean, and the Panonian plain and embracing all the beauties of the old continent. In the north it boundries Austria, in the east Hungary, in the south Croatia and Italy in the west.
Slovenia is a member of Schengen area meaning there is free transition with all boundaries except Croatia.
Facts about Slovenia
|GDP||18.074 EUR per capita (2014)|
|Political system||multiparty parliamentary democracy|
|Electricity||220 V - 50 Hz
Travel to Slovenia
Ljubljana international Airport (Jože Pučnik) is connected to many European cities. Beside the national carrier Adria Airways there are many different European companies flying in. Nearby airports are Vienna (A), v Graz (A), Klagenfurt (A), Salzburg (A), Venice (I), Trieste (I) and Zagreb (CRO).
- Ljubljana International airport Jože Pučnik (www.lju-airport.si)
- Adria Airways (www.adria-airways.com)
- Traffic information (www.promet.si)
- Automobile Association - AMZS (www.amzs.si)
- Travel planning (www.si.map24.com)
- Bus time-table (www.ap-ljubljana.si)
Slovenia is well connected also by rail with neighbouring countries and is also a part of Eurail Global Pass.
- Railway time-table (www.slo-zeleznice.si)
- International railway time-table (www.slo-zeleznice.si)
- Eurail (www.eurail.com)
- Deutche Bahn (www.bahn.de)
Some participants from foreign countries may require a visa to enter Slovenia. Please note that Slovenia is a part of the Schengen Area. You are encouraged to apply for a visa as soon as possible. The time frames for visa processing are difficult to predict with accuracy for any individual applicant and could vary significantly depending on the country of residence of the applicant. You need to contact the Slovenian consulate in your country (or the consulate of another country that may handle visa applications for Slovenia) and enquire about the necessary documentation to be provided.
If you need a Letter of Guarantee for your visa application, please do not forget to indicate this when registering for the Conference. A Letter of invitation or some other document may be obtained from the local Organizers. But please contact Albatros Agency first with your request. In order to be sent a letter of invitation, the participation fee must be paid first.
Please note that a Letter of invitation is not a guarantee that a visa will be granted. Applicants for a visa must still demonstrate to the authorities that they qualify for a visa individually based on their own merit.