The 4th International Conference on
Bioinspired Optimization Methods and their Applications
20-21 May 2010
How to get to the Jožef Stefan Institute by local transportation?
In Ljubljana the local transportation is performed by busses (Ljubljanski potniški promet). City buses have electronic payment system based on no-contact smart card called Urbana. The card costs 2 EUR, and additionaly you need to top it up with the credit (at Urbanomat top-up stations) - the cost of a single fare (valid for 90 minutes with commuting) is 0.80 EUR.
|There is a bus stop in front of the main bus station. Take the bus No. 9, direction Trnovo, get off at the second or the third bus stop and change to the line No. 1 (direction Mestni log) or 6 (direction Dolgi most)/6B (direction Brezovica). We recommend to take bus No. 1, as it stops right in front of the side entrance to the Jožef Stefan Institute on Jadranska cesta. The bus No.6 stops on Tržaška cesta about 5 minutes walking distance from the Institute (cross the main street at traffic lights and walk along Jadranska cesta).
How to get to LJUBLJANA?
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