Travel to Warsaw

Thanks to the fact that Warsaw is the capital of Poland, there are many ways to get there. We recommend using air transportation, trains or long-distance coaches.

Warsaw has two airports. Modern Chopin Airport with regular connections to over 50 airports around Europe operated by 45 airlines and low cost carrier terminal Modlin Airport.

Rail transportation is provided by several stations. When choosing this type of travel, we recommend choosing Warsaw Central Station (Warszawa Centralna) or Warsaw West Station (Warszawa Zachodnia) as your final stations.

If you choose to travel by bus, we recommend that you choose Warsaw West Station (Warszawa Zachodnia) as your destination station.

ECCG-8 Venue


The ECCG-8 will be held at the former premises of the University of Warsaw Library, which is located at the University's central campus on ul. Krakowskie Przedmiescie 26/28 in Warsaw. The historic character, proximity to the Old Town and good transport links make this location great for scientific meetings and discussions.

The building is located from near the M2 subway station (350 meters from Nowy Świat – Uniwersytet station). In addition, it is possible to use the bus public transport (stops University 01 and 02) as well as the tram (stop Old Town 52 - 1 km and National Museum 05 and 06 - 900 meters).

Visa and invitation letters

Participants who need a visa to enter Poland should contact the appropriate Polish consulate as soon as possible, as summer is the tourist season and due to the situation at the Polish border, consular offices may be overloaded. More information can be found on the government website:

The ECCG-8 organizers may issue invitations to attendees upon request. For invitations, please contact us at
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