As a trade centre, Poznań has always been well connected with the rest of the world - its airport was the first in Poland. Poznań-Ławica Airport lies a convenient 7km west of central Poznań. In the Arrivals terminal you’ll find an exchange bureau (kantor), cash machine (bankomat), and food vendors, as well as a tourist info point. 

Poznań-Ławica Airport
285, Bukowska Street, 60-189 Poznań
phone +48 61 849 23 43


How to get to the City Centre from the Poznań-Ławica Arport? 


JORDAN Congres Bureau provides the arrival and departure airport transfers by private car, taking care of your safe journey from the Airport to the hotel and back. If you wish to make an individual reservation of the airport transfer please do the following steps:

​​​​​1/ Create your account on Create account bookmark
2/ Login and book services on Payment bookmark


You can catch a bus, which will get you to the centre in 15-20 minutes. From the stop right outside the entrance, Line 59 heads to 'Most Teatralny' at least three times per hour from 05:05 to 24:00. At other times the airport is connected to the train station by night bus 242, which runs at 00:30, 01:30, 03:00, 04:00 daily; journey time 20 mins to Most Teatralny. Single 40-minute tickets (4.60zł) can be bought from kiosks, TI or ticket machines; remember to validate your ticket immediately upon boarding.




The Main Railway Station (Dworzec Główny) is conveniently situated in the very center of the city. Local train connections available here.

POZNAN GLOWNY Main Railway Station
1, Dworcowa Street, 61-801 Poznań
phone +48 703 200 200




Poznań Main Bus station (PKS Dworzec Autobusowy) is located in the city centre, and it neighbours the Central Railway Station. The detailed schedule of arrivals and departures is available here.​​​​​

Poznań Main Bus station
2, Matyi Street, 60-101 Poznań
phone tel. +48 61 66 42 500

Working hours of ticket office and information centre at the bus station in Poznań:

  • Monday- Saturday
  • Sunday and holiday

08.00 am. - 7.00 pm.
10.00 am. - 7.00 pm.


Poznań is located 300 km west of Warsaw. The A2 motorway, via Łódź, leads to Poznań from Eastern Europe. The speed limit in Poland is generally 50km/hr in cities (60km/hr between 23:00 and 05:00), 90km/hr outside urban areas, 120km/hr on dual carriageways and 140km/hr on motorways. All cars must have their headlights switched on at all times and carry a red warning triangle, first aid kit, replacement bulbs, a national identity sticker and proper registration and insurance documents.

Traffic restriction zones (A, B, C) are obligatory in the city from Monday till Friday, 8.00 am - 6.00 pm. The conference venue is located in the traffic restriction zone A. It is necessary to pay parking fees within paid zones (prices available here). Parking cars in these zones without payment of parking fees is prohibited, except in the case of vehicles belonging to persons or organizations granted free access and parking public transportation vehicles in designated area. Parking is permitted only in designed areas. Absolute priority is given to pedestrians. We strongly suggest leaving your car on the hotel parking and use the public transportation or walk. 


UAM Poznań (address: Collegium Iuridicum Novum, Al. Niepodległości 53) has very good bus and tram connections. There are two stops located c.a. 1-5 minute walk from the venue. 

Ticket prices available here. We recommend to use bus and tram connections browser.

Miejskie Przedsiębiorstwo Komunikacyjne w Poznaniu Sp. z o.o. (MPK) and Zarząd Transportu Miejskiego w Poznaniu (ZTM) provides public transport services in Poznań.



Nextbike is an mode of transportation that allows users to make trips using publicly available bikes. It consists of a fleet of specially designed, sturdy and durable bikes that are locked into a network of stations throughout the service area. The bikes can be unlocked from one station and returned to any other station in the system - ideal for short, one-way trips. Use city bikes whenever you like. From the beginning of April to the end of November city bikes are available on a 24/7 basis.

For check the pricing, map and rules of using please click here.



The Polish currency unit is zloty (PLN), divided into 100 groszy. Current exchange rate on: Most foreign currencies can be easily exchanged either in banks or in private exchange offices (“kantor”). Foreign currency (cash) is not acceptable in shops.

The common opening hours are 10.00 am  – 7.00 pm Monday to Friday. ​​​​​​On Saturdays shops are mostly closed at 2 pm and are closed on Sundays except for big shopping centres which are opened 10.00 am - 8.00 pm.​​​​​ Payment in shops: by cash (Polish money, some accept €) or credit cards.

Emergency calls from phone boxes are free of charge.

997 Police
998 Fire brigade
999 Ambulance
986 Municipal police
112 European emergency number for mobile phones

Credit cards accepted in Poland: Visa, MasterCard, American Express. Cash withdrawal machines, restaurants, car rental agencies and most shops accept all major credit cards.

Post offices are open Monday to Friday 8.00 am – 4.00 pm and closed on Saturdays and Sundays. Post boxes are red and post is usually collected twice daily. Stamps can be bought only at post offices.

Banks are open Monday to Friday 8.00 am – 6.00 pm and are closed on Saturdays and Sundays.