Most foreigners need only a valid passport for entry into Slovenia. Citizens of EU countries and several other countries can enter Slovenia on a valid personal identity card.

A foreigner wishing to enter the Republic of Slovenia needs a valid passport and a visa or residence permit, unless otherwise stipulated by law or international agreement.
More information on whether you need a visa to enter Slovenia. Click here and choose your country.

A Letter of invitation or some other document may be obtained from the Congress Secretariat upon request.

Participants should contract their own travel insurance to cover medical expenses and all other risks. The organiser may not be held liable for damage or loss of luggage or personal belongings, for injury or for loss or damage of any nature caused by participants or accompanying persons.

The Slovene currency is EUR. Foreign currency may be exchanged at banks, exchange offices, travel agencies, hotels, the airport, and railway stations. Automatic exchange machines are located in the city center.

Voltage: 220V, 50 Hz. Sockets take 2 round-pin plug. Appliances designed to operate on 110/120V need a voltage converter and plug adapter.

CET – Central European Time

In September the weather in Portorož is generally pleasant, with an average daytime temperature of 20oC. The average temperature of the sea in September is 18oC. Clothing suitable for Central European seasons is recommended, an overcoat is recommended for cooler evenings.
Information on the current weather situation in Slovenia and a two-day weather forecast is available on the web site

All major credit cards, such as MasterCard-Eurocard, Visa, American Express, etc,.. are accepted in most hotels, restaurants and shops.