Conference on Symmetries, Geometry and Quantum Gravity
18-22 June 2018,
Primošten, Croatia

Practical Info


The Republic of Croatia is a member-state of the European Union and is applying the European Union’s Common Visa Policy. This means that if you are traveling freely within Europe you (most likely) don't need visa for Croatia. Nevertheless please do check and contact us if you need one.

Local currency

The official currency in Croatia is Croatian Kuna (HRK). The exchange rate for Euro is approximately 1 EUR = 7.4 HRK.


Primošten is a small coastal town connected with larger Croatian cities and can be reached either by bus, car or boat. It is also connected with major European cities by air.

By air: There are two airports serving the Primošten area: Split airport and Zadar airport.

Split Airport is located in the west edge of the Kaštela municipality, 40 km east of Primošten. To travel from Split airport to the hotel you can book the hotel transfer which seats up to 8 people and costs 60 EUR per direction (the hotel will group passengers according to their scheduled arrival and departure times). Otherwise there are bus options as follows: bus no. 37 (every 15-20 min, 4 HRK) to Trogir and then mainline buses to Primošten (25-30 HRK), airport shuttle bus to Split and then mainline buses to Primošten.

Zadar Airport is located in Zemunik Donji, 90 km north of Primošten. Travelling from Zadar airport to the hotel is possible by booking the hotel transfer (seats up to 8 people) for 130 EUR per direction (the hotel will group passengers according to their scheduled arrival and departure times) or by shuttle bus to Zadar and then mainline buses to Primošten (approx. 60 HRK).

Another possibility is to fly to Zagreb Airport and then travel by bus to Primošten. The airport is connected to the city by a shuttle bus that operates directly to the bus terminal (30 HRK, approx. 30 mins). At the bus terminal catch any mainline bus to Primošten (5-7 hours, price 140-170 HRK)

By bus: The bus stop in Primošten is within 5-10 minutes of walking distance from Hotel Zora.

If travelling from Trogir, Split or Zadar check mainline bus timetables at BusCroatia or with bus operators: Autotrans, Croatia Bus, AP Varaždin or Čazmatrans. Tickets can be bought online or at the station. Buses from Split airport to Trogir are operated by Promet, the timetable can be viewed here (tickets can be bought onboard).

If travelling from Zagreb check mainline bus times and buy tickets here or directly from the bus operators.

By car: Primošten is easily reachable by car using Croatian highway A1 (which is part of European routes E65 and E71, toll road) and taking the Šibenik exit. After exiting the highway turn right at the next junction and then follow the road all the way to Primošten.

By boat: Ferries connecting Split or Zadar with Ancona in Italy operate certain days of the week. For timetables check Jadrolinija or SNAV. From Split or Zadar continue by bus to Primošten.