EBEEC 2018



Social Programme

Sightseeing in the Warsaw's Old Town - free walking tour on Saturday


Meeting point: the Column of tne King Sigismond at tne Castle Square.
Time: 17:00




During the walking tour we will see the Royal Castle, the St. John. Cathedral, Market Square with the monument of the warsaw' s mermaid which is the symbol of the town, the ancient city wall, Mme Curie's birthplace, the monument of the Warsaw's Uprising.







Sunday, 13th of May


Tours are optional, fees will be accepted at the Reception Desk on Friday 11 May (cash only)

Conference participants interested in one of the trips are asked to send an email to a member of the organizing committee Renata Pajewska-Kwasny This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. until 5 May 2018

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The full day tour

The full day tour to Kazimierz Dolny - very picturesque small town located at the Vistula River. 150 km from Warsaw.


Total cost: 90 PLN (without lunch)
Minimum number of participants: 30



For more than a century, the ancient river port of Kazimierz Dolny has been an artist colony and a haven for free thinkers. In more recent times, it's evolved into a hugely popular weekend getaway for Warsaw and Lublin residents.
Once you arrive, you'll see why. Kazimierz Dolny is picturesquely perched along the banks of the Vistula. Its ramshackle main square, the Rynek, lined with historic buildings, is charming. The little lanes that radiate from the square are filled with quaint galleries, shops, and, naturally, endless places to grab a beer or an ice cream cone



Half day tour

Half day tour to Żelazowa Wola and Brochow - the birthplace of Frederic Chopin and the church where he was baptised.


Total cost: 70 PLN (without lunch)
Minimum number of participants: 20


Żelazowa Wola is a small village located on the Utrata River, 55 km from Warsaw. It takes 1 hour to get there and on the way you enjoy picturesque Mazovian landscape. This is where in 1810 Fryderyk Chopin was born. In a charming, 19th century manor house you will find a museum dedicated to this world famous composer. The manor house belonged to the Skarbek family whose children's tutor was Chopin's father. Nowadays it is surrounded by a large park where a few hundred rare plant species grow. From May until September piano recitals of Chopin's music are given in the museum. You can listen to it through the open windows while walking around the park. We will also visit the parish church in Brochow where Chopin's parents were married and he was baptized.






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