Poznan is located in western part of Poland, at the intersection of important routes joining East and West Europe, 300 km west to Warsaw and 300 km east to Berlin. Poznan is easy to reach by various means of transport: air, rail and road.
HOW TO ARRIVE
Poznan-Lawica Airport is located about 10 km from the city centre.
The airport offers regular local and international links to many European cities. Direct connections are available to/from:
Barcelona-Girona (GRO), Barcelona-Reus (REU), Bourgas (BOJ), Bristol (BRS), Cork (ORK), Doncaster/Sheffield (DSA), Dortmund (DTM), Dublin (DUB), Edinburgh (EDI), Frankfurt (FRA), Copenhagen (CPH), London Luton (LTN), London Stansted (STN), Liverpool (LPL), Muenster/Osnabrueck (FMO), Munich(MUC), Oslo Torp/Sandefjord (TRF), Paris Beauvais (BVA), Rome Fiumicino (FCO), Stockholm Skavsta (NYO), Warsaw (WAW), Zurich (ZRH).
The airport has convenient bus connections to city centre, including lines 59 and express line L (recommended, fare about 2 Euro).
Arrivers may take also a taxi from the taxi rank at the terminal entrance. A taxi ride from the airport to the conference venue costs ca. 10 Euro.
For flight connections please check: www.airport-poznan.com.pl
There are regular train connections between Poznań Main Railway Station (Poznań Główny) and Berlin, Bratislava, Budapest, Cologne, Hanover, Minsk, Paris, Prague, Kiev, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Warsaw, and all major Polish cities and towns.
Poznań has convenient trains connections to Berlin or Warsaw; it can be reached within three hours either from Berlin or Warsaw using Euro-City international trains.
The Railway Station is located in the city centre.
Train timetable you can find at: http://rozklad-pkp.pl
Poznań lies on the intersection of important national and international roads. It can be accessed by A2 Motorway, national road no. 92 (East-West) and national road no. 11 (North-South).