Practical Information

About Trnava

Trnava is the capital of Trnava region, about 50 kilometres from Bratislava, the capital city of Slovakia. Trnava is known as a students' town with seats of three universities. Another important aspect of Trnava is its rich history and culture, and its presence of many churches and a cathedral gave it the nickname "Little Rome". In the Trnava region, many wineries and restaurants with local cuisine can be found. In addition, there are many opportunities for sports and recreation.


The conference will be held in the Faculty of Arts, Trnava University in Trnava and Aula Pázmaneum, Horpotočná 23, Trnava.

Both buildings are located in the city centre. They are within walking distance of many hotels and accommodation options in Trnava.


Tourism in Slovakia has grown immensely, and moderately-priced lodging quickly fills up. We encourage conference participants to book accommodation early to avoid high prices and limited availability. Websites such as and will provide information about various accommodation possibilities.

Another alternative is staying in nearby cities with good connections by public transport.

For instance, Bratislava is the capital of Slovakia and has a wide range of cultural and tourist opportunities. Alternatively, we can recommend a stay in Piešťany, a nearby spa town.

There is also an option to stay in the Trnava University dormitory - "Petra Pázmaňa" dormitory on Rybníkova street 13/A in Trnava. The dormitory is located about 5 minute's walk from the main university building. The number of rooms is limited (45 rooms available), and it is important to make a reservation and pay for accommodation during the registration process. 

Travel by air

Arriving in Bratislava:

Bratislava Airport (BTS), Slovakia's main airport, is 52 kilometres from Trnava, the conference city. To arrive in Trnava, follow the signs to the bus stop and take city bus 61 to the central train station in Bratislava. Then change for a train to Trnava. Depending on the type of train, the transport can be as short as 30 minutes, and the ticket is around 3€. Trains to Trnava are frequent, and the stop is called "Trnava".

Arriving in Vienna:

Another alternative for travel is Vienna Airport, 116 km from Trnava. The airport provides a higher number of flights with a wider range of prices—buses connecting Slovakia and the airport run at regular intervals. Follow the signs at the airport to bus stops.

Some buses go directly to Trnava, but you may need to change buses at the Bratislava bus station.

Depending on the operator, bus and train tickets can be bought online, but you can buy them also on the bus or at the train station. The official currency in Slovakia is the Euro.

For scheduling trains and buses, follow the link:

Note: 25 August 2024 (Sunday, the day before the conference) and 29 August (Thursday) are non-working days. The travel options may be limited, and most shops (supermarkets, pharmacies) will be closed. Restaurants and cafés will be open. Therefore, we encourage you to make a more detailed travel schedule.

Moving around Trnava

The conference venue is within walking distance from the bus and train station (19 minutes) and most hotels. The only public transportation in Trnava is the bus system. However, the buses do not drive too close to the conference venue. Therefore, a taxi may be a better alternative. When calling for a taxi, you can expect it to arrive within 10 minutes. The average price for one ride within the town is 3.50€.


The Internet can be accessed through Eduroam on the University premises.


The official currency in Slovakia is the Euro (EUR). Recognised credit/debit cards are accepted in most restaurants, shops and hotels.


The native language in Slovakia is Slovak, but English is widely used.

Social Programme

The social programme, which will be part of the conference, is to be confirmed.


To be confirmed.