The symposium Advances in Noncanonical Nucleic Acids will be held at the Hotel Atlantida. A block of rooms has been pre-booked. For special symposium prices please contact the organizers.

Rogaška Slatina is a town in eastern Slovenia. It is the largest settlement and the centre of the Municipality of Rogaška Slatina. The area was inhabited in antiquity, and a Roman road led to the settlement. For centuries it has been known for the curative mineral water rich in magnesium which attracted visitors to the area. The name Rogaška Slatina literally means 'Rogatec springs', referring to a nearby source of mineral water. Today Rogaška Slatina is a synonym for health-resort tourism in Slovenia. The main attraction of the town is the heart of the spa resort with its promenade. Rogaška Slatina is also home to the well-known glassworks producing premium crystal glass with an almost 350 year old tradition originating from the so-called forest glass huts found in the area.