Training School on Multimodal Optical Imaging will be held at the Faculty of Natural Sciences, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University.

The venue of school is situated in the historic town of Trnava, situated 45km to the north-east of the capital of Slovakia, Bratislava. Trnava is the first free royal town in Slovakia – the Hungarian king Belo IV awarded Trnava privileges in 1238. Trnava is since long a university town: its first university was founded by the Ostrihom archbishop Peter Pazman in 1635. Today, Trnava has 2 universities: the Trnava University and Ss. Cyril and Methodius University (UCM).

Transport options to Trnava

To Travel to Trnava, the easiest is to arrive to Bratislava airport (BTS) – there are now Ryanair flights directly to Bratislava.
From the BTS airport , you can take bus 61 to train station and take train to Trnava (see links below, cca every 30mins), or get to bus station (Bratislava, AS, Mlynske Nivy) and take a bus (see links below).

If you find no convenient flight to Bratislava, closest airport is Vienna Schwechat Airport (VIE). From VIE, there are several bus connections to bus station Bratislava, AS and from there to Trnava. More information for bus Schedules from Vienna Schwechat airport to Bratislava can be found here:

More information on trains from Bratislava to Trnava can be found here: or

More information on buses from Bratislava to Trnava can be found at

Once in Trnava, you can walk, take taxi, or bus 1 or 12 from railway station (zeleznicna stanica) to the location of the meeting – UCM (Spacinska cesta), more information on

Maps for better orientation: