Useful Information


Transport to and from Dubrovnik airport is well organized. It is a busy hub from which you can choose several options for arrival and departure. Dubrovnik Airport does not have a train station, so you will have to take either a shuttle bus, a taxi or a pre-arranged transfer to the city center to get to and from Dubrovnik.

You can find more information about the different options at the following link:


September is a very pleasant time to visit Dubrovnik. The weather is mild with lots of sunshine and temperatures of up to 26 °C during the warmest part of the day. After the sunset, the temperature cools down to 19 °C, which is still pleasantly warm. The sea remains delightfully warm for those who enjoy swimming (around 25 °C).

Currency and Banking

The currency of Croatia is currently the Croatian kuna (HRK). The euro (EUR) will be introduced from 1 January 2023 and is currently not accepted as a method of payment. Most banks and hotels, as well as ATMs accept major standard international credit and debit cards.

Official Language of the Symposium

The official language of the Symposium is English. No translation will be provided.

Liability and insurance

The organizers do not accept responsibility for individual medical, travel or personal insurance. All participants are strongly advised to procure their own personal health and travel insurance before traveling to the symposium.

Health Care

We strongly recommend you to have a travel and medical insurance when traveling to Croatia.

The European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) enables access to necessary state-provided healthcare on the same basis as a country resident.  

General Hospital of Dubrovnik (a public hospital) is located at Dr. Roka Mišetića 2, 20000, Dubrovnik, +385 (0)20 431 777,

Poliklinika Marin Med (a private hospital) is located at Dr. Ante Starčevića, 20000 Dubrovnik, +385 (0)20 400 500;

Important Telephone Numbers

112 is the common emergency telephone number for police, fire department and ambulance.


Electricity in Croatia is the same as in the rest of European countries. All sockets emit an alternating current of 220 V at the standard frequency of 50 Hz. The sockets used are typically type F (“Schuko”), or type C (the standard “Euro”).

Visitors coming from the countries with different system or socket standard should bring EU adapters.

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