WLCP 2016 will be held at the Jožef Stefan Institute in the Main institute lecture hall.

How to Reach Ljubljana

By plane: Ljubljana is best served by the Ljubljana Airport with daily connections to many European cities. From the airport, Ljubljana can be reached either by bus, shuttle (approx. EUR 10) or taxi (approx. EUR 40), see Getting Here. Typically we use shuttles, it is advisable to book them in advance.

You may also fly to Trieste (Italy, 128 km southwest), Klagenfurt (Austria, 90 km north), or Zagreb (Croatia, 141 km southeast).

By train: Ljubljana is a regional railroad junction and can be reached by train from all large European cities. The railway station is within walking distance from the city center.

By car: Use highways A1 and A2 to drive to Ljubljana from Austria (Klagenfurt 83 km, Vienna 380 km), Italy (Trieste 95 km, Venice 242 km), Croatia (Zagreb 116 km) or Germany (Munich 408 km).

How to Reach the Venue

Walking: It is a 20-30 minute walk from the city center (Prešeren Square) to the Jožef Stefan Inititute.

City bus: Bus number 1 stops next to the side entrance to the Institute (bus stop name Jadranska). See the complete map of bus routes. Note that you need the Urbana card to use the bus. You can purchase the card at ticket vending machines and newspaper kiosks on major bus stops. Bus routes are also integrated into directions by Google Maps.