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Białystok, Poland

Białystok is a rapidly growing city in north-eastern Poland, known for both its rich cultural heritage and its modernity. It is also an important academic and cultural centre, attracting students and art lovers from across the region. The city and the region are also famous for their uncommon Podlasie cuisine.

What to see?

Podlasie Opera

and Philharmonic

Where will the lectures be held?

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Gołębiewski Hotel

All plenary lectures, lectures during thematic sessions, as well as planned meals and other activities included in the schedule will be held at the Gołębiewski Hotel in Białystok. For your convenience, we recommend booking accommodation at the Gołębiewski Hotel.

How to get to the School of Immunology?

City Bus System:

Taxi:

Airplane:

Train:

The nearest airports from which you can reach Białystok by combining a flight with rail or intercity buses are: Gdańsk Wałęsa Airport, Olsztyn-Mazury Airport, Warsaw-Modlin Airport, Warsaw-Radom Airport, Warsaw Chopin Airport and Vilnius Airport.

From the Białystok railway station, you can reach the Gołębiewski Hotel by bus lines: 1, 2, 21 and 103. Ticket information. We recommend using the timetable application - JakDojade

You can get around Białystok by private taxis, e.g. iTaxi (737 737 737). Uber and Bolt also provide their services.

You can get to Białystok from most large cities in Poland, but also from Vilnius. The main passenger station of the city is the Białystok railway station. More information about rail transport in Poland, as well as timetables, can be found on the website of the Polish State Railways.

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