Warsaw is the capital of Poland, located in the central part of the country. It is a modern, lively city with a fascinating history, full of charm and diverse attractions, where the past meets the future in harmony. When at the MIDI conference, take time to enjoy Warsaw as much as possible.
Make sure to spend enough time strolling the streets in the Old Town (UNESCO World Heritage Site), enjoying fine palaces, historical monuments, statues and prominent houses along the Royal Route. On Sunday you can enjoy an open air concert in Lazienki park, take a small ride to Wilanow residence at the outskirts of the city, on a nice day you can go (by lift) to the top of the Palace of Culture and Science to enjoy the skyline of the town.
In addition to museums and galleries, plenty of artistic events and music clubs make Warsaw a vibrant scene for interactive experiences of any sort.
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The building of the PJAIT,
ul. Koszykowa 86,
Travel to Warsaw
- Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport is conveniently located 10 km from the city centre, with connections to all major destinations in Europe and worldwide. All regular flights and most of low cost carriers operate from international terminals 1 and 2, conveniently connected with the Warsaw city centre with bus and train connections.
- There are direct train connections with many European cities. You can check your train on the Polish Railways web page. The main railway station, Warszawa Centralna, is located in the heart of the city. You can get fast and easily to any part of Warsaw from there either using public transport or a taxi.
- For citizens of many countries (including European Union) Polish visa is not required; before planning your travel please check the appropriate Polish Consulate in your country.
Recommended hotels within the walking distance from the conference location (PJAIT):
- Sobieski Radisson Blue ****
- Campanile ***
- Golden Tulip ***
- Premiere Classe *