Important Telephone Numbers
Information center, medical service
, fire brigade
, health aid
Police - Login Criminals, Anonymous Phone
080 12 00
01 306 12 15
Ljubljana Airport - Information
04 206 19 81
Bus Station Information - Call Center (Call Price 0.7784 EUR / min)
090 42 30
Railway Station - Information
01 291 33 32
AMZS - Help on the Highway and Tow
The Exact Time
Information on Telephone Subscribers in Slovenia
Information on Telephone Subscribers in International Traffic
General Information (Call Price: 0.4923 EUR / min)
090 93 9881
Please mind that special rates may apply for calls to some of the above numbers.
When calling from the international networks, please also mind that the international code for Slovenia is +386, which shall be added before the number as stated here above; additionally the first 0 must be eliminated in the numbers stated here above.
Slovenia is located in the Central time zone UTC +1, and practices summer time. At the same time zone is most European and some North African countries.
The country's official language is Slovene, which makes use of the Latin alphabet. Hungarian and Italian are also official languages in the areas of indigenous minorities.
Liability and Insurance
The conference organizers are not responsible for personal, medical or travel insurance. All participants are strongly advised to have their own insurance arrangements prior to traveling to this conference.
The CS4 organizers cannot assume liability for any changes to the conference that are related to external, unforeseen circumstances or force majeure.
Standard of medical care in Slovenia is very high. In all cities you can find health centers, which provide diverse health care and support. Centers are normally open from 8 to 19h. Pharmacies adjust their working time with medical institutions. After closing hours there are organized emergency services, which care for emergencies. For more info see http://poi.si/en/info.
Currency and Banks
In Slovenia, from 1 January 2007, the official currency is Euro. Cash and traveler's checks in euros can be found in the banks, post offices and exchange offices. There are also a number of ATMs which, for a minimal fee, allow easy raising of the local currency. Banks are usually open during the week from 9:00 to 12:00 and 14:00 to 17:00 hour, on Saturdays between 9:00 and 12:00.
In the post offices you can edit the purchase of letter stamps, transfer letters, parcels, express mail and telegrams, both for Slovenian as well as in the international recipients. At the same time, you can do the majority of financial services at most post offices. Major post offices are open on weekdays from 8:00 to 18:00 and on Saturdays from 8:00 to 12:00. Some post offices are also open on Saturday afternoons and Sunday mornings.
Shops are generally open continuously during the week between 8:00 and 19:00 and on Saturdays from 8:00 to 13:00. In particular, private shops, department stores and major shopping centers are open until 20:00 or 21:00, as well as on Sundays and holidays till 15:00.
Because of the principles of European market, Slovenia eliminated the possibility of tax refunds in crossing the border, as among EU members such relief is not possible. For non-EU visitors seller must fill out a special form. The completed form, including the original receipt, must be included in the border crossing and confirmed with the customs authorities. Tax will be reimbursed by the competent institution in your country listed on the form of duty-free purchase.
60 minutes free Wi-Fi
is available in Ljubljana.
Access to Wi-Fi will be provided to CS4
participants during the three conference days
Entry, Visa etc.
For countries in EU, which concluded an agreement on visa exemptions, passenger must have a passport, valid for at least six months, and a visa, which can be awarded in Slovenian (or authorized) representative in their country.
Source: www.mnz.gov.si (Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia).
For further visa information ask directly the organizers.