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Slovenia - Your Host Country

 

Ljubljana - Your Host Town

 

How to get to Ljubljana?

 

Letter of Invitation/Visa Requirements

   
   
 

Slovenia - Your Host Country

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A land with an excellent geographic position, in the very heart of Europe, at the crossroads of routes leading from the cold north to the warm Mediterranean south, Slovenia is a miniature Europe, a country where the Alps meet the Adriatic Sea and where the stone Karst stretches to the Pannonian lowlands. A fascinating variety of landscapes is concentrated on only some 20,000 square km.

 


Source: www.slovenia.si

http://www.slovenia-tourism.si

   
  Facts about Slovenia
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Area 20.273 km2
Population 2 million
Language Slovene
Currency Euro (€)
GDP 17.076 EUR per capita (2007)
Capital Ljubljana
Political system multiparty parliamentary democracy
Electricity
220 V - 50 Hz Socket
   
   
  Ljubljana - Your Host Town
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The capital of Slovenia is located in the centre of the country, about an hour's drive from the Alps and the Adriatic Sea. Ljubljana is a lively industrial, commercial, administrative, and cultural centre with a population of 300,000, 54,000 of which are students. With its cafes, restaurants, shops and galleries, the picturesque Old Town on the banks of the Ljubljanica river is an increasingly popular tourist attraction.

TIC Ljubljana Tourist Information Centre
Stritarjeva ulica, SI-1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
Phone: +386 (0)1 - 306 1215
Fax: +386 (0)1 - 306 1204

E-mail: pcl.tic@ljubljana.si

 

http://www.ljubljana-tourism.si

   
   
  How to get to Ljubljana?
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By Train
Ljubljana is an important railroad junction and can be reached by trains from all major European cities. The railway station is within walking distance of the city centre. Slovenia is well connected also by rail with neighbouring countries and is also a part of Eurail Global Pass.

 

More information:
Railway time-table (www.slo-zeleznice.si)
Eurail (www.eurail.com)
Deutche Bahn (www.bahn.de)


By Road

Good roads and short distances present the best way to explore the beauties of Slovenia. You need a vignette for motorways. The lights are obligatory also during the day.

 

It is easy to get to Ljubljana by car. Listed below are the distances to some nearby cities:
Trieste (Italy) - 95 km
Venice (Italy) - 242 km
Klagenfurt (Austria) - 83 km
Vienna (Austria) - 380 km
Munich (Germany) - 408 km

More information:
Traffic information (www.promet.si)
Automobile Association - AMZS (www.amzs.si)
Travel planning (www.uk.map24.com)
Bus time-table (www.ap-ljubljana.si)



By Air
Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport at Brnik, 23 km northwest of the Ljubljana, is connected to most major European cities. Beside the national carier Adria Airways there are many different European companies flying in. From the airport, Ljubljana can be easily reached either by bus service to Ljubljana bus station (about 10 EUR) or by taxi (up to 40 EUR).

 

Taxi transfer from airport to Ljubljana:
In case you would like to have a transport from the Airport Jože Pučnik, Ljubljana to your hotel reserved in advance, please contact Mr. Borut Markun (Makun transport services; http://www.prevozi-markun.com/en/) on his mobile number: +386 51 321 414 or on his email: borut.markun@siol.net.

Nearby airports are: Vienna (A), v Graz (A), Klagenfurt (A), Salzburg (A), Venice (I), Trieste (I) and Zagreb (CRO).

 

More information:
Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport (www.lju-airport.si)
Adria Airways (www.adria-airways.com) 

Important: An early booking of your flight is strongly recommended!

   
   
  Letter of Invitation/Visa Requirements
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For citizens of many but not all countries, a valid passport (or personal identity card for residents of EU) is sufficient to enter Slovenia. Participants are advised to check visa requirements at their nearest Slovenian embassy or consulate. Information on visas and the addresses of Slovenian embassies are available on the website of the Slovenian Ministry of Foreign Affairs at www.mzz.gov.si/en.

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Participants who need a visa to enter Slovenia have to request a Letter of Guarantee, which will be prepared by the Organising Committee. The visa cannot be obtained without a Letter of Guarantee, which is intended to facilitate the participant’s visa arrangements only, and does not imply the provision of any financial or other support. In the event that you apply for a visa at any Slovenian embassy, please fill out the form below completely in order to arrange a Letter of Guarantee and fax it to +386-1-24-17-296 or send it attached in an email to the e-mail address registration@cd-cc.si, at least one month before your arrival.

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The organiser is authorised to demand payment of the registration fee before the visa procedure starts. Please note that all costs are to be covered by the participant (verification tax and DHL post costs if needed).

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Letter of Guarantee.doc

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Letter of Guarantee.pdf

   
   
   
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