All sessions for the joint symposium (13-15 October) will be held in Inter-University Centre Dubrovnik (, located just a stone’s throw away from the medieval walled city.

The main building has a large conference hall which can accommodate 110 participants, 7 classrooms of different sizes, a tele-conferencing room, two cabinets and a library. The conference hall and classrooms are equipped with PowerPoint and overhead projectors. The office (computer room with printer) will be also available. Our conference room (large conference hall) is situated on the ground floor, as is the cafeteria with inner courtyard. Free WI-FI is available in the entire building.

IUC Dubrovnik building[1]Inter-University Centre Dubrovnik (IUC)

View on Dubrovnik’s walled city with IUC building marked by red arrow

The following map shows you the exact location of the venue:

How to reach the conference venue

Once you arrive to Čilipi airport (22 km away from the Dubrovnik) you can reach the city by taxi (the price is app. 250 kunas or app. 35 Euros for one direction) or you can take a shuttle bus which is linked with each plane landing. The bus will first drive you to Pile area which is the location of the IUC and of the Dormitory. If your accommodation is elsewhere you can take the local bus or a taxi to your desired address. The next stop of the shuttle bus is the main bus station in Gruž area. The bus ticket from the airport is 35 kunas or app. 5 Euros in one direction.

Arriving to Dubrovnik by bus
Once you reach the main bus station in Gruž area you can get a taxi to take you to your desired destination or you can wait for a local bus (1A and 1B) to take you to Pile area (where IUC is located).

Arriving to Dubrovnik by car
If you are coming with your own car make sure that your accommodation also offers a free parking service since parking in all Dubrovnik streets is charged and free parking is very hard to find. It is recommended that in Dubrovnik you use public transportation.

Public transport in Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik is a rather small town so the majority of distances can be overcome on foot. However, there are many buses that cover all parts of the city. If you buy a ticket when entering the bus the price is 12 kunas. You can also buy a ticket at a newsstand for 10 kunas.

The map of bus lines can be found at while the time table for Bus No 4 can be found at

National currency in Croatia is Kuna (HRK). Kuna is the Croatian word for marten, a weasel-like animal. One Kuna is divided into 100 lipa; a Croatian word for lime tree.

Credit cards are generally accepted in hotels, restaurants, shops, etc. Still there are some restaurants and shops which do not accept credit card payment, so be sure to check before you order your meal.

The easiest way to obtain local currency is taking cash at ATM machines. When using most ATM machines you will be able to choose the language: Croatian, English, German, Italian, French, etc. ATM machines are usually located in front of the bank buildings. In Dubrovnik Old Town’s main street there are several ATM machines available as well as in most of the hotels. There are many exchange offices in Dubrovnik. Most of them are located in the Old Town and Gruž port. Besides the bank offices and exchange offices, money can be exchanged in travel agencies and post offices. Also almost all hotels have an exchange desk as well.