The first translation industry forum will take place on November 5, 2015 in Zagreb, at Hotel Dubrovnik.
Join the team of professionals and spend an interesting day in one of the most prestigious halls in Zagreb, on the first floor of the old historic part of the Hotel Dubrovnik building, with an extraordinary view on the Ban Jelačić square.
Accommodation for attendees coming outside of Zagreb:
We have secured a certain number of rooms at Hotel Dubrovnik for attendees during the Forum (check in: November 4, 2015, check out: November 6, 2015, two nights’ accommodation). If you are interested, please fill out the registration form and send the application to: mklemen(at)hotel-dubrovnik.hr. Please make sure to use the code CTIF2015 in the subject of your e-mail.
Arrival to Zagreb
Zagreb is a city of rich Central European history and tradition and the capital city of Croatia. Situated almost at the heart of Europe, Zagreb is connected to most of the surrounding countries by means of a highway network.
Please find additional guidelines for arriving to Zagreb from the European countries below:
IF YOU ARE COMING FROM AUSTRIA, GERMANY OR ITALY:
The fastest and safest highway routes are:
SALZBURG – VILLACH – LJUBLJANA – ZAGREB
GRAZ – MARIBOR – ZAGREB
VIENNA – GRAZ – MARIBOR – ZAGREB
providing almost complete journey on highway.
TRIESTE -LJUBLJANA – ZAGREB,
Provides approximately 250 km of highway, and an approximately 2.5-hour drive from Trieste by car.
There is a direct regular train line MUNICH – ZAGREB or VIENNA – ZAGREB.
IF YOU ARE COMING FROM THE EUROPEAN CAPITALS:
The fastest way of getting to Zagreb is by plane as the city is directly connected to Europe’s most important airports and cities, e.g.:
LONDON – ZAGREB, MUNICH – ZAGREB
ZURICH – ZAGREB ,FRANKFURT – ZAGREB, BERLIN-ZAGREB,
PARIS – ZAGREB, ROME- ZAGREB, BELGRADE-ZAGREB, AMSTERDAM-ZAGREB, BRUXELLES-ZAGREB, LISBON-ZAGREB and many more.