The MEPS 2015 conference will take place in Wrocław (Poland) on the main Campus of the Wrocław University of Technology (WUT) - Politechnika Wrocławska. The main Campus of WUT is located in the Wrocław city center. The opening ceremony as well as technical sessions will be held in Congress Center of WUT, which is located in the building D-20 of Faculty of Electrical Engineering - Wydział Elektryczny. Address: bulding D-20, Janiszewskiego Str. 8, 50-370 Wrocław, Poland.
Wrocław is the largest city in the western part of Poland, a major hub in Polish and central European transport network. The city is served by an internartional airport. You can choose the low-cost airlines, operating from several destinations: Warsaw, Alicante, Barcelona, Berlin, Bologne, Burgas, Bristol, Brussels, Cork, Doncaster Sheffield, Dortmund, Dublin, Dusseldorf, East Midlands, Eindhoven, Forli, Frankfurt Hahn, Frankfurt am Main, Glasgow, Liverpool, London, Malaga, Milan, Munich, Oslo, Paris, Rome, Shannon, also LOT, Lufthansa and Scandinavian Airlines (Copenhagen) are offering their flights to Wrocław.
Direct air connections with Wrocław are available from many European cities. Timetable can be checked here.
Wrocław can be reached by rail using one of many connections from all over Europe. The travel can be planned by means of the route planner: rozklad-pkp.pl/bin/query.exe/en. You may buy train tickets on-line here.
There are many transport companies providing international lines to Wrocław from many countries:
Some on-line tickets search sites:
There are several domestic and international routes crossing Wrocław:
roads no. A4, A8, E40, E67, E261, 5, and 94. In Bielany Wrocławskie, in the direct vicinity of the city boundaries, there is a hub
constituting a junction of motorway A4, E40 and roads no. 5, 35, 98 and E261. Since 2011, you may also travel along the Wroclaw
Motorway Ring Road – A8 (Autostradowa Obwodnica Wrocławia - AOW).
When arriving Wrocław, you need to remember about paid parking zones (more info).
At Conference Venue (buiding D-20) there are two open and free parkings for Wrocław Universiy of Technology visitors (both open from 8:00 to 20:00):
There are over 60 day bus lines and a dozen or so night bus line in Wroclaw. There are also over 20 tram lines here.
Day buses and trams travel on working days usually from 5.00 to 23.00 and on weekends and (bank) holidays from 6.00 to 22.00. Night buses travel from 23.30 to 5.00 and meet at the Polbus-PKS Main Bus Station every 30 minutes and then go to all parts of the city. More info on public transport in Wrocław:
Wroclaw, Poland is at 51°6'N, 16°53'E, 121 m (397 ft).
Wroclaw has a marine west coast climate that is mild with no dry season, warm summers. Offering a moderate climate with no real temperature extremes, the weather in Wroclaw combines elements from both eastern and western Europe. The summer climate in Wroclaw is warm, pleasant and at times even a little hot. Wrocław is one of the warmer cities in Poland. Lying in the Silesian Lowlands between Trzebnickie Hills and the Sudetes, the mean annual temperature is 9.8 °C (50 °F). The coldest month is January (average temperature −0.5 °C), with snow being common in winter, and the warmest is July (average temperature 19.9 °C).