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Faculty of Chemical Engineering and Technology University of Zagreb




























Zadar is situated in the central part of the Croatian Adriatic coast and only 3 km away from the conference hotel. Due to its 3.000 year old history and rich cultural heritage it is considered as the "open-air museum". Monuments and remains from Roman period as well as from different periods of Christianity can be found in every stone around the city. It is a favourite tourist destination, and due to its unique architectonic structure and entertainment attractions it makes from the vacation an unique adventure.

Zadar is surrounded by the four worldwide known national parks of exceptional natural beauty: Plitvice lakes, Paklenica mountain, Krka waterfalls and Kornati archipelago.

More information abut Zadar can be found here, here or here.

Travel information

Getting to Zadar is easy. Depending on your departing location you can reach Zadar by air, land or sea.

By car: Zadar is located on the central part of the Adriatic coast, connected by A1 easy motorway drive to/from Zagreb (app. 270 km). It takes about 3 hours of pleasurable drive. Google map.

By Air: Zadar airport is well served as a regional Croatian airport from the capital Zagreb which many international carriers use. There are also several direct flights to Zadar from various European cities. There is a regular bus line from airport to central bus station in Zadar. Participants are encouraged to inform the Organizing committee by email about their landing since a shuttle from airport to the Conference Hotel might be provided.
Zagreb airport is well connected with all major cities in Europe and overseas. The coach frequently connects Zagreb airport with Zagreb main bus station from where a bus to Zadar departs regularly. The ride takes about 4 hours and the price about 200 HRK (≈ 25 ).

By Bus: There is a frequent bus line connecting Zagreb and Zadar during the day. More information can be found here.

By Sea: A regular Hydrofoil and ferry service usually connects Zadar with Ancona. More information will be posted here in July.

Weather in Zadar

Zadar climate is typical Mediterranean with warm summers and mild winters. The summer season lasts for the six months from May to October, and the temperatures in Zadar will head well over 20 C during this time of year. The average sea temperature in September of 20C and higher is expected, so it might be a good idea to bring the bathing suit. Occasional rain could be also expected.


The currency in Croatia is Croatian kuna (HRK). 1 ≈ 7.5 HRK


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