Split is reachable by plane from almost all European hubs: Amsterdam, Brussels, Copenhagen, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Istanbul, Lisbon, London, Munich, Oslo, Paris, Prishtina, Rome etc.

There are regular bus lines to and from Munich and Trieste. Most other bus lines involve a change in Zagreb. There are many buses to and from Zagreb every day. The journey takes between 5 and 7 hours.

Visa Requirements

According to the Visa Regulations of the Republic of Croatia, Visa requirements are waived for citizens of most of the European countries, EU countries, USA, Canada, Israel, Japan, Brazil, etc.

To find out whether you need a Visa to enter the Republic of Croatia, please visit the web page of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Croatia.

If you have a valid Schengen VISA for multiple entry to Europe you don’t need to apply for Croatian VISA separately, because the Schengen is valid for Croatia as well.

Upon request, the Conference Organizers will provide a Letter of Guarantee to facilitate the issue of a Visa. If you are not sure whether you need one or not, visit the Croatian Ministry of Foreign Affairs' web page.



By car Split can be reached from various directions: from Zagreb by Highway A1 Zagreb-Split, or using the road through the inland or travelling along the Adriatic coast from the north.


Split is connected to European cities with regular and seasonal lines and low budget and charter flights. Split Airport is located 20 km distance from Split centre. Detailed information can be found at the Split airport web site.

The city centre / conference venue can also be reached by:

Direct Bus Line

The transfer of passengers to/from Split is organised in cooperation with PLESO PRIJEVOZ firm.

Public Transport

Close to Split Airport there is a bus stop of lines No. 37 and No. 38  


The taxi is available during Split Airport operating hours.
Telephone: ++385 (0)21 895 237


You can choose the following solutions: By motorway from Zagreb in 3.5-4 hours; via the Adriatic highway from Rijeka in 5 hours and from Dubrovnik in 3hours.

Detailed information about roads and the situation on the roads can be found on the web sites of The Croatian auto club.


You can arrive in Split by direct ferry and catamaran transport from Italy, but also thanks to the along-coast lines from Rijeka or Dubrovnik.


There are regular bus services from, amongst other cities, Munich and Trieste to Split. More information about bus transport.


It is possible to travel by train to Split from elsewhere in Europe, although the majority of routes involves a change of trains at Zagreb. You are best to check the Die Bahn website for timetable details.

Important Dates

  • Abstract submission deadline: February 24 2019
  • Notification of accepted abstracts: March 8 2019
  • Early bird registration deadline: March 25 2019
  • Preliminary program available online: April 19 2019
  • Manuscript submission open: April 10 2019
  • Deadline for manuscripts submission: June 24 2019
  • Deadline for IAEA Grant submission: February 8 2019
  • Deadline for Hotel bookings: February 18th, 2019


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