Toruń, one of the most beautiful historic cities of Poland, cut in the middle by the stately waters of the Vistula River, is located in an area, where ancient trade routes used to intersect. The Gothic buildings of Toruń's Old Quarter, which won the designation of World Heritage Site from UNESCO in 1997, present proof of economic, cultural and intellectual ties of Toruń with the leading cities of Europe associated in the Hanseatic League dating back to the Middle Ages.
These traditional ties have been propagated to this day by the contemporary residents of the city of Copernicus.
How to travel to Toruń from abroad?
The nearest airports with a good air connections with a number of European cities are located in: Gdańsk (170 km north of Toruń), Poznań (150 km south-west of Toruń), Warsaw (210 km south-east), which in every case up to two hours by train connection.
• Gdańsk Lech Walesa Airport here
• Poznań Lawica Airport here
• Warsaw Fryderyk Chopin Airport here
One month before conference the organizers will provide all the participants with specific information how to travel best by train from every airport to Toruń.