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BDAS`17 Conference venue 

BDAS`17 conference will be held in Hotel Muflon, Ustron, Poland. Conference halls A, B, and C. 
Hotel Mulfon address:

Hotel Muflon
43-450 Ustroń, Poland
Sanatoryjna 32

See access map (Google maps) to Muflon hotel.

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Ustroń town

Ustroń is without doubt one of the most charming towns in the Silesian Beskid mountains, nestling attractively in the Vistula valley between Czantoria Wielka (995 metres above sea level) and Równica (884 metres above sea level). Ustroń can be reached from Warsaw, Krakow, Wrocław, Katowice and Łódź using major routes. From Ustroń you can easily get to the other towns and villages of “The Beskidzka 5”, namely, Wisła, Brenna, Istebna and Szczyrk – not to mention the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Ustroń has gorgeous scenery, excellent accommodation and restaurants, a host of exciting cultural and sporting events and attractions for thrill-seekers. It’s an excellent place for a break, for medical and physiotherapeutic treatments, for all kinds of sports and recreation and for cultured leisure activities. Ustroń is all about well-being and a wide choice of great things to do – the whole year round.

Official information about the town and attractions in Ustroń.

 

 

 

BDAS`17 Conference travel 

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Krakow is one of the oldest Polish cities which has been a centre of science, culture and art in our country for hundreds of years. It is the most popular tourist destination among both foreigners and Poles. This historical city is a must-see because of its amazing architecture and unique atmosphere created by street performers, multitude of restaurants and colorful nightlife where amazing parties last till dawn. Krakow Old Market Square is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the oldest and best preserved medieval market squares in Europe.

Places worth visiting in one day:
Barbican, Florian Gate, Kazimierz - former Jewish District, Wawel Hill - Royal Castle,  Royal Cathedral and Chambers, walk via Royal Route - Grodzka Street to Old Market Square (european largest Medieval square) with the Renaissance Cloth Hall - Sukiennice and St. Mary’s Basilica with the unique altar curved in wood in 15th century.

Krakow City Center - Ustron - Krakow City Center transfer

We will provide the Krakow City Center - Ustron - Krakow City Center bus transfer for our participants. The transfer is available for all participants only in specified date, time, and pick-up place. The transfer is included in the Registration fee for AI / CP/ AP / PCM Passes only for foreign visitors (when fee paid in EUR). Polish participants who need the transfer to/from Ustron will have to pay additional fee. 

Krakow City Center - Ustron bus transfer

Date: May 30, 2017
Bus departure time: to be announced later  (be 15 minutes before)
Pick-up place: Krakow, Podzamcze 28 (next to the Wawel Castle, 1km walk from the Main Market Square, see the place in Google Maps, see how te get there from Main Market Square)

Ustron - Krakow City Center bus transfer

Date: June 02, 2017
Bus departure time: ~ 2:30 PM (be 15 minutes before)
Pick-up place: Hotel Muflon car parking (in front of main entrance to the hotel)

 

Krakow airport to Krakow City Center

There are several options how to get from Krakow airport (KRK) to Krakow City Center (click on links to see details):

  1. By train (recommended, ticket 2 EUR)
  2. By public bus (ticket 1 EUR)
  3. By Krakow Airport Taxi service (approx. 20 EUR per trip, book in advance, fixed prices)

Krakow and surroundings trips (DIY or use one of travel agencies):

Places worth visiting in one day:
Barbican, Florian Gate, Kazimierz - former Jewish District, Wawel Hill - Royal Castle,  Royal Cathedral and Chambers, walk via Royal Route - Grodzka Street to Old Market Square (european largest Medieval square) with the Renaissance Cloth Hall - Sukiennice and St. Mary’s Basilica with the unique altar curved in wood in 15th century.

Oscar Schindler's Krakow tour. This tour leads you into the south-east district of Krakow - KAZIMIERZ - from the 14th century known as Jewish District of the city. During the World War II the Jews of Krakow, including those in Kazimierz, were forced by the Nazis into a crowded ghetto in Podgorze. Most of them were later killed during the liquidation of the ghetto or in the death camps. Those who survived the war have mostly deserted Kazimierz and that is why Jewish population of the district has fallen from 45 thousand at the beginning of the 20th century to about 150 people living there today. The tour will combine the detailed research on Schindler's life, and comparing real life and fiction. It will be the story of two Schindlers: the historical man and the one on the silver screen.

Other half day or one day trips:

Wieliczka Salt Mine. The historic Salt Mine in Wieliczka is the only mining site in the world functioning continuously since the Middle Ages. Its original excavations (longitudinals, traverses, chambers, lakes, as well as minor and major shafts) are located on nine levels and extend for the total of about 300 kilometers: reaching the depth of 327 meters  they illustrate all the stages of mining technology development over time. During the tour through the Mine, You will see underground chambers hewn out in the salt rock, statues sculpted in salt and saline lakes. Visitors may take a walk of 2.5 km through 3 levels, down to 136 meters  below ground level.

Auschwitz Birkenau. Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial Museum was established by the Polish Government in 1947 on the site on the largest Nazi concentration camp, which was set up in 1940 for prisoners from Poland. From 1942 it became one of the biggest extermination camps for the European Jews. Auschwitz Birkenau is the site of the gravest mass murder in the history of humanity. It remains a memorial that can serve everyone as a mirror of the human soul and a prism for looking deep within ourselves.

Tours are offered by:
https://discovercracow.com
http://www.seekrakow.com/
http://www.krakow-tours.pl/
http://www.cracowcitytours.com/
http://www.escape2poland.co.uk/

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