Poznań 2017 - Venue

The workshop will be held at Poznań University of Technology

Berdychowo 4
60-965 Poznań

Poznan is the fifth largest city in Poland with a population of around 500,000, in addition to the permanent residents there are 130,000 students studying in Poznan. Poznan is not only one of the oldest city in Poland but also one of the most lively and dynamic. There are numerous historic buildings and tourist attraction as well lively night life. For detailed information please visit following websites: poznan.pl, visitpolen.info or this video.

How to go there


By air

Poznan Airport Lawica offers direct connections to several European capitals. It is only 7 km from the city centre (access via – Bukowska Street from the KAPONIERA roundabout). From the Airport one can go straight by MPK City Transport using fast track by bus 59 to the KAPONIERA roundabout – the transportation hub in Poznan city centre. At night (from 23.00 to 5.00 am) connections from the airport to the city centre are provided by the night bus 242 (leaving every 60 minutes).

From the KAPONIERA roundabout to conference venue you can go straight by tramway lines no. 5, 13, 16 to the stop POLITECHNIKA.

Taxi ride from the airport to the conference venue should take around 30 minutes.

By train

The Main Station – Dworzec Główny is located in the city centre and, among many others, it offers direct fast connection to/from capital of Poland – Warsaw (less than 3 hours) as well as direct connection to/from Berlin (less than 3 hours). To the conference venue one can go straight by tramway no. 6 and 18 from the stop POZNAN GŁÓWNY to the KÓRNICKA stop or by tramway no. 5 from so-called Western Station DWORZEC ZACHODNI to the POLITECHNIKA stop.

Taxi ride form the train station to the conference venue should take around 15 minutes.

By car

Poznan can be easily reached by highway A2 connecting Berlin with Warsaw.

Hotel booking

Here you will find some suggestions for hotels near the venue. Alternatively the conference participants can book hotels via online booking sites. Poznan has a large and attractive hotel offer in affordable pricing.

Hotel Śródka (click here)

Small boutique hotel located in the “hip” oldest part of a town. Close to many attractions (restaurants, museum) and historical sights (the oldest cathedral in Poland), 900 m from the old town and 1.2 km from the conference venue (15 minutes’ walk along the Warta river). More information can be found here.

Limited number of rooms (according to the availability of the rooms):

Booking via email: rezerwacje@hotelsrodka.com


–  Single room: 190 pln incl. breakfast

– Double room: 220 pln incl. breakfast

– Apartment for 1 incl. breakfast: 269,00 pln

– Apartment for 2 incl. breakfast: 299.00 pln


Śródka 6, 61-125 Poznan, Poland

Tel. +48 61 222 00 07

Hotel IBIS (click here)

This hotel is located close to the Poznan University of Technology, 900 m from the Poznan’s Old Market Square and walking distance from the conference venue (800 m). You can find more information here.

Rooms for IBBA2017 code (prebooked):

  • till 21.07.2017:

10 twin rooms

35 single rooms

  • from 22.07.2017 till 31.07.2017:

5 twin rooms

15 single rooms

  • after 31.07.2017 according to the availability

Booking via email: H3110@accor.com

Special rates:

– Single room: 199 pln incl. breakfast

– Twin room: 230 pln incl. breakfast


Kazimierza Wielkiego 23, 61-863 – Poznan, Poland

Tel : +48 61 8584400

Hotel Don Prestige Residence (click here)

Hotel is situated in the old town of Poznań, within two minutes on foot from the Old Market Square, 1.7 km from the conference venue. The conference venue can be easily accessed by tramway (3 stops). You can find more information here.

Rooms for IBBA2017 code (prebooked)

  • till 25.07.2017:

5 single rooms

15 double rooms

Booking via email: reception@donprestige.com


Św. Marcin 2, 61-803 Poznań, Poland

Tel.  +48 61 8590 590

Poznań – the city of greenery

Although it is one of Poland’s larger cities, Poznań has a wealth of natural heritage as well. Forest regions make up for nearly one-third of the city’s area. Within the city there are two natural reserves: Morasko Meteorite and Żurawiniec.

Photos are from the Wikipedia page here