IX EFMC International Symposium on Advances in Synthetic and Medicinal Chemistry

 Zagreb, Croatia    September 3-7, 2023

Access to Zagreb

  • By plane

Zagreb Franjo Tudman Airport (ZAG). The international airport of Zagreb is the busiest and the largest in Croatia and has non-stop passenger flights scheduled to 60 destinations in 30 countries. Although most connected airports are European, Zagreb also has direct flights from/to the USA, Middle East and Asia.
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  • By train

Zagreb Main Railway Station. Many trains from European cities stop at the Main Railway Station everyday. You can travel during day or night with the Eurail and Interrail or the EuroNight.
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  • By bus

Zagreb Bus Station. As for the trains, many buses come from countries near Croatia and arrive in the Zagreb Bus Station.
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  • By car

For more flexibility, you can come by car to Zagreb. The four major international road routes are:

    • Trieste-Ljubljana-Zagreb
    • Graz-Maribor-Zagreb
    • Klagenfurt-Ljubljana-Zagreb
    • Budapest-Varazdin-Zagreb

Discover and explore Zagreb

  • Discovering Zagreb

Located between East and West, the capital of Croatia marries perfectly the continental and Mediterranean spirits. Less known than western European cities, Zagreb offers nevertheless a beautiful alliance between sea and mountains and modernity through antique city.

  • What to do in Zagreb?

During your stay in Zagreb, have a walk through the city to discover its most iconic monuments as the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Saint Mark’s Church, the Zrinjevac Park or the Dolac market.

Take also a bite out of the local food which is a great mix of Mediterranean and Oriental. As a modern city, the Croatian capital is full of nightlife activities and offers a particular sight under the stars.

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St Mark Church Zrinjevac Park Pabellon del Arte