Gdańsk is a 1,000-year old port city, the capital of the Pomorskie region, situated in northren Poland, on the Baltic Sea coast. It is Poland’s principal seaport and the centre of the country’s fourth-largest metropolitan area. Together with Sopot and Gdynia it forms Tricity (Trójmiasto), which has over 750,000 inhabitants.
This historic city has much to offer our participants after conference sessions. It boasts several important historical attractions, such as the Royal Way, famous promenade street of Polish kings, along with historic cathedrals and medieval ports. Among many tourists attractions the biggest are Mariacka Street, Dlugi Targ (Long Market), St Mary’s Church, European Solidarity Centre and many more.
The selected venue is central, giving accompanying persons easy access to the attractions of Gdańsk.
Radisson Hotel & Suites, Gdansk
How to get to Gdańsk
By plane – connection from large airports in Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Munich, Warsaw and other locations http://www.airport.gdansk.pl/schedule/link/
Gdańsk city centre is about 13 km away from the Lech Walesa Airport.