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Chair

Dr. Sylvie HERMOUET

Laboratoire d'Hématologie
Institut de Biologie
CRCINA, Inserm U1232
Institut de Recherche en Santé 2 (IRS-2)
22 Boulevard Benoni Goullin
44200 Nantes
France


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Conference location
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Wyspianski Hotel
Westerplatte str. 15, 31-033 Krakow, Poland
Phone: +48 12 422 95 66
Email: konferencje@janpol.com.pl
 
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Hotel Wyspianski is a 3-star modern and comfortable hotel with an excellent accommodation at reasonable prices. The hotel is located in the very heart of Krakow, less than five hundred yards away from Krakow’s Market Square, the town’s historical and cultural centre.
For booking your room please see below the Accommodation section.

Contact with the organizers: Before contacting the organizers, please read carefully all information provided on the website. The meeting organization local contact persons are:

  • for the Wyspianski Hotel, Mrs Monika Górka, Conference Department Jan-Pol S.A., 31-033 Krakow, 15 Westerplatte St., phone +48 12 429 60 28; fax +48 12 422 57 19; email konferencje@janpol.com.pl
  • for the meeting organization, Mrs. Grażyna Wylot, Event Manager, e-mail grazyna.wylot@batumi-agency.pl.

Questions may also be asked through the Contact webpage. Thank you for your understanding and co-operation.

How to register, submit a contribution, pay registration fees, get invoice? For registration, submission of contribution ... select Registration on the menu bar.

How to get there?

Visa regime in Poland

Poland has been a part of the European Union and a part of Shengen Area. VISA are required for the European guests from Turkey, Russian Federation, Belarus and Ukraine. For details, please contact local Embassies.

Currency

Currency in Poland is Polish Zloty (PLN).
The current exchange rate is 1 € = 4,45 PLN.
As the official currency, the Polish Zloty is the only possible currency to use when paying in most facilities. Many exchange offices are available and easily accessible.

Travelling to Krakow by air ...

Please visit the Krakow Jana Pawla II airport for the details.

Transportation from the Krakow airport to the Wyspianski Hotel

Travelling to Krakow by train ...

You can check the railway connections here or contact your local operator.

Public transport in Krakow

There is dense network of trams and buses. Tickets are universal and are priced on the basis of travel time. They can be bought at any newspaper stand or ticket machine and one-way journey for 1 person cost approx. 1 €.
Ticket price.

Accommodation

Each participant has to make his/her own room reservation.
It is recommended to stay at :

  • Wyspianski Hotel where the main event will take place.
    Address : Westerplatte str. 15, 31-033 Krakow, Poland
    Phone: +48 12 422 95 66
    Email : konferencje@janpol.com.pl
     
    A block of 30 rooms is available April 25-27, 2018 (2 nights), at the very attractive rate of 315 PLN (70 €) net/night/person including breakfast. Please note that the payment will be only in PLN.
     
    In order to book your room, you may :
    • book on-line through the link https://www.hotel-wyspianski.pl/en/, choose RESERVE ON-LINE. At the top PROMO CODE, enter the code MPNEuronet, and see the correct dates and room types to choose from.
    • or contact Mrs Monika Górka, Conference Department Jan-Pol S.A., 31-033 Krakow, 15 Westerplatte St., phone +48 12 429 60 28; fax +48 12 422 57 19; email konferencje@janpol.com.pl and mention the code MPNEuronet.
    Wyspianski Hotel is a 3-star modern and comfortable hotel with an excellent accommodation at reasonable prices. The hotel is situated in the very heart of Krakow, less than five hundred yards away from Krakow’s Market Square, the town’s historical and cultural centre. The major sights and attractions of Krakow Old Town and the ones of Jewish Quarter are in the short distance from Wyspianski Hotel. It must be emphasized that Wyspianski Hotel, with its 231 rooms, is one of the largest hotels near to ICE Krakow - newly opened Congress Centre.
Other recommended hotels in walking distance from the conference venue :

Krakow - Touristic information
  1. Old Town Historical District in Krakow
    Krakow is Poland’s prime tourist attraction, a must with few equals in the entire Central and Eastern Europe. The place has been settled since the Stone Age at least. In 1038 Krakow became the capital of Poland and Polish monarchs took up their residence in its Wawel Royal Castle.
  2. Grand Square
    Original grid of streets with the huge central Grand Square (Rynek Glowny), Europe’s largest in the Middle Ages, seems the last stage in the perfection of medieval city planning. It is also the best example of that art.
  3. Kazimierz district
    The district south of the Old Town between the Wisła River and ul. Dietla (where a tributary of the Wisła once flowed) was the centre of Jewish life in Kraków for over 500 years, before it was systematically destroyed during World War II. Neglected during the communist era, Kazimierz became one of Kraków’s dodgiest districts before its rediscovery in the 1990s, thanks to the fall of the regime and worldwide exposure through the lens of Steven Spielberg, Kazimierz has since rebounded and is today arguably Kraków’s most exciting district – a bustling, bohemian neighbourhood packed with historical sites, atmospheric cafes and art galleries.
  4. Wieliczka Salt Mine
    Those staying in the area for a week or more should strongly consider day trips to Wieliczka's Salt Mine
  5. Auschwitz-Birkenau
    For centuries the town of Oświęcim was a quiet backwater community, largely bypassed by world events. That changed with WWII when Oświęcim, known as ‘Auschwitz’ under German occupation, became the chosen site of the largest death camp in the Third Reich. Between 1.1 million and 1.5 million people were exterminated here, etching the name of Auschwitz forever into the history books and countless films, documentaries, books and survivor accounts have since burned it into the collective consciousness.

More info: https://www.inyourpocket.com/krakow