Practical information

Getting to Poznań

By train:
Poznań Main Station (Poznań Główny) is situated within walking distance from the conference venue. It is one of Poland’s busiest train station and offers frequent domestic connections as well as various international connections to major European cities. To find a connection and purchase a ticket, click here.

By plane:
Poznań Airport (Ławica) offers international connections operated by carriers such as LOTLufthansa, Norwegian and SAS, as well as budget airlines: Ryanair and Wizz Air. For flight info and tickets see Poznań Airport website or respective airline websites.

The airport is located around 8 km from the city centre and offers frequent bus connections to the city centre serviced by Poznań’s public transport authority (MPK). Bus lines 159, 148 and 242 (night bus) travel to and from the city centre.

You may also take one of the taxis that are parked in front of the arrival hall. Ride-hailing apps Uber and Bolt are available in Poznań.

By coach:
Poznań coach station is located near Poznań Main Station and offers international and domestic coach connections.

Getting around Poznań

The most convenient way to travel around Poznań is to use public transport. Maps of connections are available here and the timetables can be found here. Google Maps is reliable for public transport routes. Day trams and buses operate from 5 am until almost 11 pm, with a number of night lines also available.

The international dialling code for Poland is +48, the local code for Poznan is 61. Public payphones are no longer available in Poland.

Poland’s currency is the zloty (zł or PLN). Currency exchange bureaus can be easily found in the city centre, shopping centres, the airport, train station and hotels. Credit and debit cards are widely accepted; the most popular card systems are Visa and MasterCard. In many restaurants and bars it is possible to pay in euros; however, the exchange rate will often not be favourable.