Registrations

REGISTRATIONS ARE OPEN!

1st registrations period: 14th of July, 20:00 CEST

 

Participation fee: 260 €

*The fee includes accommodation, three meals per day, educational programme, materials and coffee breaks, side programme and all the congress activities.

Pre Congress Tour registrations period: 14th of July, 20:00 CEST until 8th of September, 00:00 CEST

 

Participation fee: 200 €

*The fee includes accommodation, meals, tourist guidance, transporation and evening programme. The fee does not include entrance to the National Park Brijuni.

 

Alumni Weekend registrations period: 14th of July, 20:00 CEST until 8th of September, 00:00 CEST

 

Participation fee: 220 €

*The fee includes as usual accommodation, meals, educational programme, materials and coffee breaks, fun programme, alumni dinner and all the congress activities.

2nd registrations period 8th of September 00:00 CEST

 

Participation fee: 300 €

*The fee includes accommodation, three meals per day, educational programme, materials and coffee breaks, side programme and all the congress activities. 

THIS YEAR'S TOPIC

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Join our renowned speakers and explore newest scientific and technological advancements in biological therapy. Engage in relevant topics of personalized medicine, new diagnostic approaches and integrated healthcare. Discover the impact biopharmaceuticals are having on all major aspects of pharmacy profession.

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Croatia

Located in Central Europe, by the Adriatic Sea, Croatia is considered to be a rather small country. However, its geographical position makes it the only country in the world with a perfect combination of Mediterranean, Balkan and Western European influence. Due to its geomorphological and ecological conditions, as well as its climate, in terms of biodiversity, Croatia is one of the richest countries in Europe.

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Zagreb

The capital of Croatia – Zagreb, located in the northwest, contains almost a quarter of the entire population of Croatia. Zagreb is a safe city whose doors are always open, city that warmly invites all those who wish to get to know it, ensuring a rich cultural life.

Poreč is a popular summer resort on the coast of the Istrian Peninsula. Mediterranean surroundings, a gentle climate, fertile land and lush vegetation have made Poreč a unique destination. Bestowed with natural beauty, clean air and sea, it is going to properly welcome the 16th EPSA Autumn Assembly.

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Accommodation

The Valamar Diamant Hotel & Residence are located in the green oasis of Brulo holiday resort, which is ten minutes’ walk from the historic centre of Poreč. Surrounded by tall pines and fantastic beaches, the properties offer accommodation in hotel rooms and suites, as well as in spacious family apartments in Mediterranean-style houses.

How to get here?

The airports closest to Poreč are Venice Marco Polo (ITA), Ljubljana (SLO) and Trieste Friuli Venezia Giulia (ITA). 

From Ljubljana you can take a bus (price around 4.10€) from the airport to the main bus station and then drive by FlixBus or some other bus company to Poreč (the estimated travel time by bus is around 3 hours) or you can take the train which takes about 4 hours. Traveling by car takes about 2 hours.

From Venice you can take a bus to Poreč with an estimated travel time of 3 to 4.5 hours.

From Trieste you can take a bus to Poreč with an estimated travel time of 2 hours.

We will update you with more information concerning transport when bus company timetables become available.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE TRANSPORT, CLICK HERE:

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Day One (Saturday, 26th of October)

The capital of Croatia – Zagreb, contains almost a quarter of the entire population of Croatia. Over the centuries, the city was inhabited by people coming from different parts of Croatia and all over Europe, ensuring a rich cultural life. Zagreb is a safe city whose doors are always open, a city that warmly invites all those who wish to get to know it, and a city that will surely fulfill your expectations.

Representing an interesting part of the old Croatian heritage, Licitars, also known as Licitar Hearts, were used by young men to express their feelings and devotion towards some lucky girl on a Valentine’s Day or were given as special ornamental gifts at weddings and birthdays. They are one of the most recognizable symbols of Zagreb. That is why Zagreb, as a home of approximately 1 million people, is being referred to as ”City With a Million Hearts”.

Day Two (Sunday, 27th of October)

Nestled on the banks of the Adriatic Sea, with its rich history and elegance, Opatija is one of the most charming holiday destinations in Central Europe. With an ideal climate and location, walks along Lungomare, the 12-kilometer seafront promenade, or through one of the many parks makes your senses immediately come alive. Opatija has been one of the most popular destinations for sightseeing in Croatia since the 19th century when the Habsburgs turned it into the destination which offers every visitor stunning architecture, picturesque surroundings, scents of lush gardens and moments of peace and quiet.

The medieval town of Labin is situated on the hill above Rabac. The rich cultural and architectural heritage of Labin is enlivened by a number of small elegant shops and coffee bars scattered around the town. After a walk through the narrow streets of the Old Town, it is worth to visit the Town Museum with its archaeological and unique in this part of Europe, a miniature coal mine. However, the best way to take delight in Labin is to peek into some of the art ateliers and enjoy terraces with the view of Rabac and Cres island.

Day Three (Monday, 28th of October)

Along the coast of western Istria, there are several groups of islands among which the largest, the most interesting, and the most indented is the Brijuni group, a National Park consisting of 14 islands and islets.
In the Mesozoic Era, the Earth, and Brijuni were ruled by dinosaurs, terrible but at the same time magnificent reptiles and even more than 200 dinosaur footprints have been discovered on the island Veliki Brijun. You can also see there one of the oldest olive trees in the Mediterranean, which is more than 1600 years old. The rich flora and fauna enable visitors of the Brijuni National Park to return to nature and its principles. There are more than 400 species of plants growing on the islands, while numerous autochthonous species comprise the islands’ fauna. These friendly inhabitants of the Safari Park will for sure cheer you up during your visit.

 

Day Three and Four (Monday, 28th of October and Tuesday, 29th of October)

Although Pula is the largest city in Istria, it is mainly known for its multitude of ancient Roman buildings, the most famous of which is the Arena, the only Roman amphitheater in the world with a complete circle wall and one of Croatia’s architectural gems. Another example of Roman legacy is the impressive Temple of Augustus in the city’s old Forum, which today houses the Pula Museum of Archaeology. In addition, Pula is also home to world-class festivals, fresh and affordable cuisine and tradition of winemaking.

On the other hand, visitors are attracted to Rovinj by the cultural and historical monuments, the church of St. Euphemia, the Rovinj Heritage Museum, galleries and studios displaying artworks and souvenirs. A special treat is a visit to the Batana House Eco Museum dedicated to a wooden flatboat called batana. Due to its activity in preserving the flatboat-building tradition, the museum was included in the UNESCO’s Register of the world’s best practices for the safeguarding of intangible cultural heritage.

Together with beautiful sea and mesmerizing coast, it all makes Pula and Rovinj some of the most famous Croatian touristic destinations.

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