The conference will take place in Zagreb, the capital and largest city of Croatia, a city that stands as a vibrant metropolis steeped in history, culture, and contemporary charm. Containing almost a quarter of the entire population of Croatia, Zagreb has become a crossing point for mass international communication with its strategic central European location.

Situated between the Medvenica Mountain and the Sava River, Zagreb is divided into two main parts: the historic heart of Zagreb, the Upper Town (Gornji Grad), is characterized by its medieval streets and more religious and historical buildings such as the St. Mark’s Church and the Lotrščak Tower, which offers a panoramic view of the city.

On the other hand, the Lower Town (Donji Grad) is the modern hub of Zagreb home to most of the theatres, businesses, and museums that are truly architectural gems showcasing elegant Austro-Hungarian buildings, as shows the Croatian National Theatre and the University of Zagreb. The Lower Town will also amaze you with its wide streets and grand squares and parks that serve as a popular meeting point to enjoy relaxing afternoons such as the Ban Jelačić Square and the Zrinjevac Park.

Zagreb offers a memorable and diverse array of experiences, not only through its blend of historic charm, cultural richness, and modern flair, but also through its local cuisine reflecting its diverse cultural influences, and rhythm of street life with the city’s vibrant café culture offering plenty of opportunities to relax and savor a cup of coffee or a glass of local wine.