Recommended hotels in Lublin
5. Hotel Młyn («««) (website)
6. Hotel Logos («) (website)
There are direct rail connections between Lublin and most large cities in Poland. Check your connections using the timetables of the Polish Railways.
You can get from the railway station to Hotel Huzar and Hotel Młyn by:
buses no. 13 (timetable; get off at KUL 01 bus stop) and 30 (timetable; get off at Liceum im. Staszica 01 bus stop). A single ticket costs 3.2 PLN (approx. € 0.8). The journey should take about 15 minutes.
taxi. We recommend the following taxi corporations: Damel Taxi (tel. 196 26) & Ale Taxi (tel. +48 81 511 11 11). The journey should take about 10 minutes and cost 20 PLN (approx. € 5).
There are also bus/coach connections between Lublin and major Polish cities. Check your connections here.
You can get from the coach station to Hotel Huzar and Hotel Młyn by:
buses no. 10, 31 (get off at UMCS 01 bus stop) as well as 18 and 57 (get off at Liceum im. Staszica 01 bus stop) (timetables). A single ticket costs 3.2 PLN (approx. € 0.8). The journey should take about 15-20 minutes.
taxi. We recommend the following taxi corporations: Damel Taxi (tel. 196 26) & Ale Taxi (tel. +48 81 511 11 11). The journey should take about 10 minutes and cost 15 PLN (approx. € 4).
The recently opened Lublin Airport offers several connections with European cities. The airport is located about 11 km to the east from the city centre. You can get from the airport to Lublin by train, bus or taxi. (timetables)
You may also arrive to another Polish airport. The largest number of connections is available to Warsaw Chopin Airport. Next you may continue your journey to Lublin by train or coach as described above.
The Conference will take place in the main Humanities Department building at Maria Sklodowska-Curie Square 4a. The venue will host all plenary and other sessions.
The conference venue (B) is a 10-minute walk from Hotel Huzar (A).
The conference venue (B) is a 10-minute walk from Hotel Młyn (A).
The złoty (abbreviated PLN or zł) is the official currency in Poland. The latest exchange rates for all major currencies are available here. Credit cards are commonly accepted in Poland.
Polish sockets are standard European sockets, with a voltage of 230 V/50Hz. All visitors coming from countries using appliances/plugs that do not work with such sockets/voltages are advised to bring adapters.
All European mobiles will work without problems. Polish mobile phone operators use both of the two standard European GSM bands, 1800 and 900 MHz. The international code for Poland is +48; the area code for Lublin is 81.
It is late spring/early summer in Poland in June and the temperatures can vary from 15 to 30°C. Please note there may be occasional showers. We recommend to check the forecast before coming to Lublin. Weather information and forecasts for Lublin are available here.
More tourist information may be obtained from the city portal here.