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About Krakow:

Krakow is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. It´s one of the largest and oldest cities in Poland today and is known as "Cultural Capital of Poland". The city also has been "The European Capital of Culture" in 2000 designated by the European Union.
For various centuries it has been the capital city of Poland and during its history there appeared a lot of legends and myths, bounded to the historical buildings, sights and places in and around Krakow.
Just mentioning a few sightseeings you can visit: there are plenty museums and art galleries, the Opera Krakowska, the renaissance Royal Castle at Wawel, the gothic St Mary´s Basilica, the Cloth Hall with its historical trade pavilions or the famous and the legendary Salt Mine of Wieliczka near Krakow.

Some Facts:

  • population is around 750000
  • in February, the wethers temprature is in common between -5°C (35°F) and 2°C (23°F)
  • public transport is a network of tramway and bus lines

How to get to Conference Location:

Transfer to the Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Cracow College:

G. Herlinga-Grudzinskiego Street 1 -30-705 Kraków

  • from airport:
    Bus number 292 - get off at "Krakowska Akademia"
  • from city center:
    Tram number 1 to "Rondo Grzegorzeckie", change to Bus number 115, 292, 192, 287 - get off at "Krakowska Akademia" 


Krakow City Center

Bus Map

Tram Map

Night Bus Map


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