The Symposium will be held in “Centrum Kongresowe” on the campus of Wroclaw University of Science and Technology in Wroclaw, Poland.
Wroclaw as a more than 1000-year-old city itself is worth a longer visit: In the heart of European culture, this city during many centuries has been a bridge between East and West and capital of one of the richest regions in Europe especially in terms of mining and agriculture.
Also, Wroclaw and the Region of Lower and Upper Silesia since the beginning of Industrialization always have been in the forefront of innovation. A two digit number of Nobel Prize winners have connections to Wroclaw. The entire region is very rich in mountains and cultural gems (click for more info). A lot of high-quality hotels are available also in the countryside so prolonging your stay with some vacation in the region is a really good idea. For recommendations please contact us!
So it is a good idea to take your partner to the conference and connect the visit to Wroclaw with a vacation in Poland and maybe Eastern Germany and Czechia.
Travel to Wroclaw
Lufthansa Group as official Event Airline offers special discounted airfares for flights to and from Wroclaw (WRO), Katowice (KTW), Krakow (KRK), Warsaw (WAW) and Dresden (DRS).
Welcome to Wroclaw
Due to its location at the historic border of German, Czech and Polish cultures, Wroclaw always has been an open-minded city. For nearly 1000 years, the town was Polish, Czech, Austrian or German.
Invitation by the City of Wroclaw
Our official town slogan “Wroclaw - the meeting place” is not only a marketing word but a fully committed fact reflecting the openness and international orientation of this (except Warsaw) fastest growing city in Poland.
Wroclaw – the meeting place
The town provides excellent accessibility and facilities: travel to Wroclaw (preferably) by air, hotel capacity of almost 10 000 rooms, a tight network of trams and buses.
Poland – Biggest Mining Country in Europe
Nature has bestowed Poland generously with natural resources and is a country rich in minerals. It is among the world’s biggest producers of hard and brown coal, copper, zinc, lead, sulphur, rock salt and construction minerals.
Wroclaw – today the 3rd biggest academic centre in Poland – has a very long academic tradition, reaching far back to the time when the town was German until 1945.