INFORMATION FOR PEOPLE WITH REDUCED MOBILITY
All conference rooms in both buildings are well-suited to the needs of people with reduced mobility.
The ramp for wheelchairs is located on the right side of the building.
Main Auditorium A and B – accessed on the Floor 0
Small Auditorium - accessed on Floor 0
Middle Auditorium A and B - accessed on Floor 0
Exhibition Hall (Poster Session) - accessed on Floor 2 via elevator
Seminar Room - accessed on Floor 2 via elevator
Conference Room - accessed on Floor 2 via elevator
Lunch zone - accessed on Floor -1 via elevator
Law & Administration (Didactic Centre):
The wheelchair elevator is located on the left side of the stairs of the building.
Assembly Hall A and B – accessed on Floor 2
Green Room - accessed on Floor 0
Blue Room - accessed on Floor 0
Small Room - accessed on Floor 0
Work Space - accessed on Floor 1 via elevator
Medical Point - accessed on Floor 1 via elevator
Nursing Room - accessed on Floor 1 via elevator
Quiet Room - accessed on Floor 2 via elevator
Due to the its historical character, the Garden of the Archaeological Museum is unfortunately not accessible to people on wheelchairs. We therefore recommend choosing Collegium Maius Courtyard as a venue for Welcome Reception.
In Cracow there are also a variety of hotels that are prepared to welcome guests with reduced mobility. Some examples are:
Amber Boutique Hotels - Amber Design
Garbarska 8-10, Old Town, 31-131 Kraków, Poland (800m from the venue)
Hotel Saski Krakow Curio Collection by Hilton
Sławkowska 3, Old Town, 31-014 Kraków, Poland (1000m from the venue)
Radisson Blu Hotel Krakow
Straszewskiego 17, Old Town, 31-100 Kraków, Poland (950m from the venue)
Hotel Wawel Queen
Straszewskiego 12, Old Town, 31-101 Kraków, Poland (1100m from the venue)
Leonardo Boutique Hotel Krakow City Center
Wygoda 8, 31-106 Kraków (1700m from the venue)
Hotel Golden Tulip Krakow City Center
Łobzowska 8, 31-140 Kraków (950m from the venue)
For more information, check e.g., booking.com and apply relevant filters.
Additionally, you can use a company that offers transport for people using wheelchairs, such as:
Radio Taxi „Partner” http://www.rtpartner.pl/
We highly recommend ordering a taxi in advance as there may be a long wait for available cabs.
Also, public transport is partially adjusted to the needs of people with reduced mobility. For such trams and buses, look for symbol on timetables. In general, the city center of Kraków is flat, but many streets have cobble stone sidewalks. Not all curbs are lowered to allow easy wheelchair access. Guiding strips for the visually impaired are missing outside the immediate city center.
If you encounter any additional problems please contact Joanna Grzymała-Moszczynska (firstname.lastname@example.org).