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Welcome to Warsaw, experience the beating pulse of Poland's capital city!

Warszawa (Warsaw)---the capital and largest city of Poland, located on the Vistula River and in the centre of the country. Warsaw is a city full of astonishing contrasts. It is among the greenest metropolies on the continent, marked by numerous parks and gardens. Warsaw’s Old Town, which was reconstructed after World War II, was placed on the UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites in 1980. Monumental and lapidary socialist realism sits alongside the subtle and ethereal Art Nouveau architecture and modern-glass skyscrapers tower over apartment buildings.

Conference venue

The conference will take place at the Warsaw's Sofitel Warsaw Victoria hotel located in the heart of the city and next to charming Saxon Garden (Ogród Saski). We secured over 200 rooms for participants. Information and the registration link will be available online on our website.

More information: Hotels
More information: Sofitel Warsaw Victoria

Getting to Warsaw

Warsaw can be easily reached by plane from all around the world. Warsaw's Chopin Airport lies in the southern part of the city. The city can be reached by public bus, train, or with a 30 minutes taxi ride (starting from PLN 40).

Additionally, trains connect Warsaw to all major cities in Europe.

More information: Transportation

Warsaw Travel Guide EFA 2018Download our travelling information guide!