Practical information


The venue for the ECFED International Workshop will be the University of Dubrovnik campus. The address is Branitelja Dubrovnika 41
(see on Google Maps)


For the ECFED workshop, we propose accommodation in the akademis “Academia” owned by the University of Dubrovnik. Akademis “Academia” is the winner of the “State Award for Architecture and Urbanisam Vladimir Nazor for 2020” and the “Viktor Kovačić Award for the most successful architectural achievement in 2020.”

Akademis “Academia” is located in in the urban centre of the city. In the close proximity are:

  • the bus stop to Old city 150 m
  • the port (1.1 km)
  • the main bus station (2.9 km)
  • the hospital (1.1 km)
  • the Old city (2.3 km)

Akademis “Academia” is as a three-star academis that provides:

  • 24-hours front desk
  • 254 single and double rooms
  • restaurant & catering “Academia”
  • congress hall “Salocha”
  • underground garage (179 parking space)
  • free parking – on site
  • gym (200m2)
  • self-service restaurant “Obied”
  • fast food “Bokunich”
  • self-service laundry
  • party hall

This accommodation offers air-conditioned double rooms fitted with a flat-screen TV, safe and a fridge. There is a private bathroom in each room, with free toiletries included. Free WiFi access is available at 100Mbps. Rooms in Academia are comparable to three-star hotel rooms.

  • the price is 72 EUR per night with breakfast (1 person in a room)
  • the price is 94 EUR per night with breakfast (2 persons in a room)

Address: Marka Marojice 2B, 20000 Dubrovnik, Croatia (see on Google Maps)

For questions and booking, please contact:
phone: +385 (0)20 437 683 GSM: +385 (0)99 528 0647

Food & beverages

In the akademis “Academia” you may discover the irresistible gastronomic offer of our a la carte “Academia” restaurant minutely selection of Dalmatian, Mediterranean, international and traditional dishes, made by chefs with five-star hotel experience. As part of the gastronomic experience, you can enjoy in various cocktails, desserts and wines overlooking the beautiful garden in front of our academis.

Arrival in Dubrovnik

To get from Dubrovnik airport to the city of Dubrovnik you can take a shuttle bus. There is a bus to meet all scheduled flights for transfer to the Old Town or Dubrovnik bus station and one leaves the Dubrovnik bus station, for each departing flight. From the bus station or from the Old Town there are local buses to Lapad (see a bus route map); the cost of the airport transfer is 40 HRK.

Full information on local bus services (

If you are coming to Dubrovnik by bus, you will arrive at the Dubrovnik bus station from where you can take a local bus to go either to the Old Town, Lapad, Mokošica or Sustjepan (depending where you are staying).

For your first bus ride you can buy a bus ticket at the nearest tobacco kiosk for 12 HRK (it is valid for 1 hour), or pay 15 HRK on the bus.

If you are coming by car you must follow the A1 motorway as far as Ploče, and then continue down the coast following signs for Dubrovnik. Once you get off the motorway you will need approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes to reach Dubrovnik.


  • Good morning – Dobro jutro
  • Good afternoon – Dobar dan
  • Good evening – Dobra večer
  • Goodbye – Doviđenja
  • Thank you – Hvala
  • Please – Molim
  • Excuse me – Oprostite
  • Welcome – Dobro došli
  • Yes – Da
  • No – Ne
  • Maybe – Možda
  • I don’t understand – Ne razumijem
  • A little – Malo
  • Direction – Smjer
  • Exit – Izlaz
  • Entrance – Ulaz
  • Forbidden – Zabranjeno
  • Help – Pomoć
  • Location – Mjesto
  • Pull! – Vuci!
  • Push! – Gurni!
  • Street – Ulica
  • Bread – Kruh
  • Milk – Mlijeko
  • Water – Voda
  • Tea – Čaj
  • Coffee – Kava
  • Yesterday – Jučer
  • Today – Danas
  • Tomorrow – Sutra
  • Hospital – Bolnica
  • Airport – Aerodrom
  • University – Sveučilište
  • Bus station – Autobusna stanica
  • I have a question – Imam Pitanje
  • How much is it? – Koliko ovo košta?
  • How are you? – Kako ste?
  • What is your name? – Kako se zovete?
  • My name is – Zovem se
  • Where do you come from? – Odakle ste?
  • How are you? – Kako si?
  • Fine and you? – Dobro, a ti?
  • Why? – Zasto?
  • Nothing – Nista
  • Bon appetit! – Dobar tek!
  • Cheers! – U zdravlje!
  • Bill, please! – Racun, molim!
  • I need a doctor – Trebam doktora
  • 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 – jedan, dva, tri, četiri, pet, šest, sedam, osam, devet, deset