1. Date
September 4, 2020

2. Meeting venue
Park Inn by Radisson Krakow Hotel
Monte Cassino 2, 30-337 Kraków, Poland

3. Organizers
Polish Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Therapy

4. Application for participation
The completed online application form will be sent automatically to the Organizational Office
of the Symposium Cracoviense. Sending an application form is a financial obligation that operates
in accordance with the terms of the cancellation.
 
5. Registration fees
 

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September 1, 2019 - March 31,2020

March 1 - July 31, 2020

August 1 - September 1, 2020

Regular Participant 250€ 300€ 350€
ESA Member 150€ 200€ 250€
PTAiIT Member 150€ 200€ 250€
Nurse, paramedic 100€ 150€ 200€
Students* 100€ 100€ 100€

*- the student fee applies only to currently registered students (documents on request).

 Fee includes:
  • Delegate materials
  • Name budge
  • Admission to all sessions
  • Admission to Exhibition area
  • Coffee/tea served during the coffee breaks
  • Buffet lunch
  6. Payment
The copy of the registration form including the guidelines for payment will be sent after registration.
  • the active link for the credit card payment - only Visa and MasterCard are accepted
  • the details of bank account for the bank transfer

Bank details:

Beneficiary: SYMPOSIUM CRACOVIENSE Sp. z o.o.
Address of Beneficiary: ul. Krupnicza 3, 31-123 Kraków, Poland
Bank: Alior Bank SA, ul. Łopuszanska 38D 02-232 Warszawa, Poland
BIC/SWIFT: ALBPPLPW
IBAN for EUR currency: PL90 2490 0005 0000 4600 5479 9732

Please NOTE: All bank charges should be covered by participant.

The registration will be completed upon receipt of the full payment. If payment is not made within
10 days, the registration will be cancelled automatically.
Payment by the bank transfer will be possible only until September 1, 2020. After this date payment
will be possible only by credit card.
The invoice will be issued immediately after receiving the payment and sent by email.

7. Cancellation
All information about cancellation and changes must be submitted in writing to the Symposium Secretariat:
kamilia.dudek@symposium.pl
Deadlines Cancellation costs
Until March 31, 2020 Full reimbursement
From April 1, until June 30, 2020 50% reimbursement
From July 1, 2020  No reimbursement

8. How to get to Prague
Krakow is located 530 kilometers from Prague. Travelers have several ways to travel to the Czech capital.

By car:
Getting by car to Prague is simple, especially from South Poland.
The recommended and the fastest route is by Polish highway A4 and Czech highway D1 (Krakow – Katowice – Ostrawa – Olomuniec – Brno – Prague).
It takes approximately 5,5 h.
To drive on Czech highways it is necessary to purchase a motorway vignette. Types of vignettes:
  • 10-day (310 CZK/53,50 PLN/12,5 EUR),
  • monthly (440 CZK/75,5 PLN/18EUR),
  • annual (1500 CZK/257 PLN/60 EUR).
Vignettes are available at petrol stations, post offices and Kaufland stores.
The list of sales points in the Czech Republic is available here
In Poland, vignettes can be bought in stores located at border crossings.

More informations about vignettes and how to using them: link.

By train:
Departure station: Krakow Glowny, Pawia 5a Street (Krakow Main Station)
Arrival station: Praha Hlavni Nadrazi, Wilsonova 8 Street (Prague Main Station)
Carriers: Leo Express, RegioJet, PKP Intercity
Train connections: direct or with change
Ticket price: depends on carriers/date of purchase

Krakow Main Station and Prague Main Station are next to the city centers. It is easly to get to them by trams and buses.
Additionally, close to the Praha Hlavni Nadrazi is also metro station (line C).

Of the 15 trains that leave Krakow for Prague every day, 2 travel direct so it is possible to avoid journeys with change along the way.
Trains cover the distance in an average of 7h 30m but most trains are in Prague after 6h 30m.

The average ticket will cost around 27 EUR if you buy it on the day, but the cheapest tickets can be found for 11 EUR.
The best way to find a cheap fare is to book ticket as far in advance as you can and to avoid traveling at rush hour.

There are also several bus connections from Krakow to Prague but those usually take longer than train and are less comfortable.
The journey time is at least 8h.

By plane:
Departure airport: Jan Pawel II International Airport, Krakow-Balice
Arrival airport: Vaclav Havel Airport, Prague
Airlines: Ryanair, Eurowings, easyJet, LOT Polish Airlines, KLM, Czech Airlines
Flights: direct or with change
Ticket price: depends on the airline and departure date/time

The International Krakow-Balice Airport is located 5 km from the city center. The best way to get from the center of Krakow to the airport is by train.
They depart from the main station (Krakow Glowny) every hour. The journey time is 20 minutes and the ticket costs 9 PLN (2,10 EUR).
The tickets are available at the tickets office, at the tickets machine or inside the train.

Prague Airport is located 17 km north of the city center. The easiest and cheapest way to reach the center is the combination of bus and metro.
First, by bus no 119 from the airport to the nearest metro station – Nadrazi Veleslavin and then by green metro line A to the city center.
The regular public transport ticket is valid for this connection.

Only Ryanair airlines offers directly flight between Krakow and Prague (on Thursdays and Sundays). This is the shortest connection (1h).
There are also flights with one change via such airlines as Eurowings, easyJet, LOT Polish Airlines, KLM, Lufthansa, Norwegian or Czech Airlines
(avg. travel duration: 2,5h – 7h).