Hotel Le Méridien Lav *****
Hotel Le Méridien Lav, Split is located 23 km from Split airport at Podstrana. The conference facilities at Le Méridien Lav, Split are the largest on the Adriatic Sea at 2,900 square meters. One ballroom and seven meeting rooms plus an outdoor function terrace provide the perfect setting for the meetings and congresses. All conference halls are fully-equipped and with Wi-Fi Internet access.
Hotel Le Méridien Lav
Grljevacka 2A ·
Podstrana ∙ Split 21312 ∙ Croatia
Phone: (385)(21) 500500
HOW TO REACH SYMPOSIUM VENUE
SPLIT AIRPORT is only 25 km away.
There is a frequent bus service (timed to coincide with Croatia Airlines flights) that departs just outside the main terminal building of Split Airport. This bus takes you direct to the main bus station in Split, which is next to the train station and the port. You can see timetables of the services in both directions on the PlesoPrijevoz website. A one-way ticket costs 30 Kunas (arr 4 eur), journey time approximately half an hour. From Split bus station you can take a bus or taxi to the hotel Le MeridienLav (11 km). Bus number 60 departs from the same station that Croatia Airlines bud has droped you, and it costs arr 2,5 eur. Taxi costs arr 25 eur, and journey time is approximately 15 minutes.
From airport to hotel Le Meridien Lav cost arr 40-45 eur, journey time is approximately half an hour.
Transfer from the airport can be arranged upon request. From airport to hotel Le MeridienLav cost arr 50-55 eur, journey time is approximately half an hour.
SPLIT TRAIN STATION is located at the ferry port in Split center 11 km away from the hotel. You can reach hotel by bus or taxi. Bus line number 60 departs from Sukoisanska b.b. (600-800m distance from train station) and it costs arr 2,5 eur. Taxi costs arr 25 eur, and journey time is approximately 15 minutes.
The fastest and easiest way to get to Split is by Zagreb-Split highway, otherwise known as E-65 on international road maps and as A-1 inside Croatia. The route on the A-1 from Zagreb to Split is about 380 kilometres long and will take 3,5 to 4 hours. When the signs let you know you're getting close to Split, look for the Dugopolje exit.
From Ljubljana just follow the highway E-70 to Zagreb, then take the A-1 to Split.
Take the E-70 motorway to Trieste and look for the signs that point to Fiume and route number E-61 (local route 7), which crosses Slovenia and enters Croatia at Pasjak. Then, take route E-61, which will take you towards Rijeka. When possible, get on E-65 (local route 6) to Bosiljevo, where you'll see signs for the A-1, which you follow right in to Split.
For further informations please visit Croatian Motorways web site www.hac.hr
Split is the largest and most important passenger port on the Adriatic coast. Maritime and ferry lines connect it with Bari, Pescara, Ancona as well as with Hvar, Korcula, Dubrovnik, Sibenik, Zadar and Rijeka. From ferry port you can reach hotel by bus or taxi. Bus line number 60 departs from Sukoisanskab.b. (600-800m distance from ferry port) and it costs arr 2,5 eur. Taxi costs arr 25 eur, and journey time is approximately 15 minutes.