With great pleasure we invite you to the 1st International conference on advances in energy systems and environmental engineering (ASEE17), which will be held in Wroclaw, Poland from 2 to 5 July 2017.The Conference will take place in Wroclaw - Poland, one of the most beautiful city in Poland. Wroclaw, situated on the Odra river, is the historic capital of Lower Silesia. The city emerged at the intersection of major trade routes linking the West and South with Eastern and Northern Europe. Being a communication, industrial, academic, scientific and cultural centre, the city is the greatest tourist attraction in south-western Poland. In its 1000-year history the city has undergone many political, economic and cultural changes that have contributed to Wroclaw's present architectonic and cultural visage.
Wroclaw is a very picturesque city with a great number of green areas, parks and 115 bridges spanning five rivers cutting across the city.
Wroclaw, with a cosmopolitan history, is a reduced model of Europe where the greatest diversity has accumulated within a small space. Openness has been a constitutive feature of our city throughout its history. Wroclaw is also a cultural laboratory, in which a process of mutual metamorphoses of various cultures, coming into contact in this city in the past and today, goes on continuously. For all reasons above Wroclaw has been chosen for European Capital of Culture of year 2016.
This is the site where you can find nearly everything you need to know as a visitor in Wroclaw (airport, hotels, attractions):
Flying to Wroclaw
Wroclaw Copernicus Airport is one of the youngest airports in Poland and at the same time is so modern and beautiful . Copernicus Airport is located in the west of the city center in the Fabryczna borough near the A8 motorway. Airlines flying into the city include Lufthansa, SAS Scandinavian Airlines and Poland's national carrier LOT. Additional low cost airlines servicing the city include Germanwings, Ryanair and Wizz Air.etc.
Copernicus airport is situated approximately 15 km from old town (Stare miasto). As for the connection, there are plenty of options to choose per day that will take you there in 20 minutes
Bus 106 operates from the airport terminal building to central Wroclaw between 05:20 and 23:30 every 20 minutes. Night bus 206 is also available. A journey planner JakDojadÍ.com can be helpful to check bus schedule. Daytime single-ride ticket from Wroclaw Airport to the city centre costs 3 z≥ (or 1.50z≥ for students with card in-hand).
For those who do not want to use public transport there is a wide variety of the local taxi services available at very reasonable prices. A journey from Wroclaw Copernicus airport to the centre of Wroclaw will cost about 15 Euros.
You can find more details about the connections on this link: