The conference will be held at the Congress Center (building D-21) in the campus of the Wroclaw University of Science and Technology (Politechnika Wrocławska).
Plac Grunwaldzki 11
How to get to the campus?
From Wroclaw Airport (Lotnisko):
- TAXI (direct): approx. time is 45 minutes, approx. cost ~45 – 55 PLN,
- BUS: line 106 (direction DWORCOWA) to the Main Train Station (the end stop), then one of the following: 145 (direction SĘPOLNO), 146 (direction BARTOSZOWICE), 149 (direction PL. GRUNWALDZKI) or trams 0L (direction DW. NADODRZE) or 2 (direction BISKUPIN).
The bus from the airport runs every 20 minutes. The travel to the Main Train Station takes 40 – 50 minutes depending on the traffic.
From Main Train Station (Wrocław Główny):
- TAXI: approx. time is 15 minutes, approx. cost ~20 PLN
- TRAM: 0L (direction DW. NADODRZE), 2 (direction BISKUPIN)
- BUS: 145 (direction SĘPOLNO) or 146 (direction BARTOSZOWICE)
The travel using public transport takes approx. 20 minutes.
Public transport tickets
The same tickets are valid on buses and trams. You can buy the tickets:
- In ticket machines at major stops,
- In the newsagents.
The simplest ticket types are 30-minute (3.00 PLN) and single fare tickets (3.40 PLN).
REMEMBER! You have to validate the ticket in the validator on board the tram/bus.
You can also pay on board with a contactless payment card.
The conference fee does not include accommodation.
The organizing committee is currently making arrangements with a number of hotels for reserving accommodation for conference participants. Participants will be allowed to use those reservation. Details will be announced by mid-April.
Wrocław is the largest city in western Poland. It is situated on the River Oder in the Silesian Lowlands of Central Europe, roughly 350 kilometres from the Baltic Sea to the south and 100 kilometres from the Sudeten Mountains to the north. Wrocław is the historical capital of Lower Silesia.
At various times in history, it has been part of the Kingdom of Poland, Bohemia, the Austrian Empire, Prussia, and Germany. It became part of Poland in 1945, as a result of the border changes after the Second World War.
The population of Wrocław is about 630 000, making it the fourth largest city in Poland.
Wrocław has been classified as a global city by GaWC research group, with the ranking of high sufficiency and living standards. Wrocław was among 230 cities in the world in the ranking of the consulting company Mercer’s ”Best City to Live” in 2015. Moreover, Wrocław is the only Polish city to be named in the top ten places to visit in the ranking of The Guardian.
The following are links to several websites, which contain much more detailed information about Wrocław and its special places, which are really worth visiting:
Do not hesitate to explore Wrocław and experience its unique atmosphere!