Social events

Please note that programs enlisted below should be registered separately (even those events which are included in the regsitration fee). Please mark the programs, you can attend by the following form:


Welcome reception

Included in the registration fee

Novotel Kraków Centrum
19:00-21:00, Sunday, 21 June 2015
full dinner incl. drinks

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Optional dinner

Not included in the registration fee

19:00, Monday, 22 June 2015
Gathering in the lobby of Novotel at 18:40
Price: 200 PLN zł  (50 EUR) – should be paid on site

A great place for a business lunch or for a romantic candle-lit dinner in the evening, Restaurant 7 is a new addition to Krakow’s culinary scene in the heart of the Old Town. In summer months, dinners can flow out on to the market square or enjoy a quiet meal beside the building’s courtyard fountain. The cooking is modern Polish, with original recipes unique to the restaurant, smart but friendly waiter service, and a clean contemporary look.

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Gala dinner

Included in the registration fee

Wieliczka Salt Mine /18 km from Krakow/
Tuesday, 23 June 2015
Gathering in the lobby of Novotel at 17:45, departure at 18:00
full dinner incl. drinks

Please click the “pdf icon” to see some practical information about the gala dinner


Situated just outside Krakow this is the oldest working mine in Europe. Over 700 years of mining the salt formed the contemporary spatial mining excavation structure. Hidden under the town, reaching 327 m deep Wieliczka underground is nearly 200 km of corridors and 3000 chambers, but during the visit tourists pass only 1% of this mine (app. 2 km walk). In 1978 the mine was included in the First World List of Cultural and Natural Heritage by UNESCO. What brings tourists here is the possibility of seeing the longest working mine in the world for, indeed, reaching back to the Middle Ages, the history of Wieliczka is a reflection of mining technology progress. Also they come to admire splendid sculptures made by miners deep underground, the chapel of St. Kinga being the most famous example.

Haluszka Chamber

The chamber is named after Jan Haluszka, a former counsellor and mining administrator of the Wieliczka Saltworks during the Austrian occupation in the 19th century. An interesting, vault-like shape of the chamber and the magnificent walls carved in green rock salt 135 meters underground have been admired by numerous public figures /for example: U.S. President George Bush and NATO Secretary General Javier Solana/.

The Jan Haluszka Chamber measures 24 x 10 m, and its floor area is of 240 m2.

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City Tour of Krakow

Included in the registration fee

Wednesday, 24 June 2015
Gathering in the lobby of Novotel at 8:30

8:45-10:00 Visit at Malpolska Laboratory of Energy
Efficient Building

10:00-13:00  City Tour
13:00-14:30  Lunch


More information about the Malpolska Laboratory of Energy Efficient Building can be found here:

A pleasent walk through Krakow’s history.

The Main Square of the Old Town of Krakow, is the principal urban space located at the center of the city. The main square is a rectangular space surrounded by historic townhouses, palaces and churches. The center of the square is dominated by the Cloth Hall, rebuilt in 1555 in the Renaissance style, topped by a beautiful attic or Polish parapet decorated with carved masks.

The Royal Way, which leads right through the heart of the city, was once the route of Royal processions and funerals. The route makes for a great walk, and it passes through St. Florian’s Gate in the north, down Florianska Street (the city’s main thoroughfare), through the market square, and then on down Grodzka Street to the castle.

During the tour you will have the possibility to see the St Mary Church, Cloth Hall, Collegium Maius and Wawel Castle Hill as well.

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