REACH OUR VENUE
The Faculty of Law and Administration is located at the University Campus in Gdańsk-Oliwa.
How to reach us from the Airport?Lech Walesa Airport is situated 12 km from University Campus.
It takes about 20 minutes to reach University by car or taxi.
Taxi RideA taxi ride from the airport to the University Campus costs
approximately 10 euro during the day or 20 euro during the night.
SKM (Fast Urban Train)To get from the airport to the University Campus by suburban train, one should get at the “Gdańsk Port Lotniczy” stop, which is adjacent to the arrivals terminal and get off at the “Gdańsk Strzyża” stop. From here to the law department is about 1 km.
The Organizing Committee has reserved rooms for you in the following hotels:
Hampton by Hilton Gdańsk OliwaHampton by Hilton Gdansk Oliwa offers close proximity to the city’s business center and is easily accessible by car and public transport. A train station is located close by taking you to the historic landmarks of Gdansk city center and the nearby resort cities of Sopot and Gdynia.
Oliwski HotelThe Oliwski Hotel is a great choice for those in search of accommodation in a place which gives easy and fast access to the key points of Tri-city. Location at the major route connecting Gdansk with Sopot and Gdynia nearby Fast Urban Train (SKM). Additionally it is located at the centre of Gdansk Oliwa near Oliwa Cathedral and around 700 meters from the Faculty of Law and Administration.
Hotel SopotHotel Sopot, which is concealed in the quiet North Park, by the Baltic Sea, has a perfect connection with the whole Tri-city. Being close to the beach and many other entertainment facilities conduce to an active relaxation in every time of the year. Hotel is located around
7 km far from Gdansk Oliwa, 15 minutes by car or taxi.
GDAŃSK, SOPOT & GDYNIA
Gdańsk, Sopot and Gdynia build a metropolitan organism commonly referred to as the Tri-City. It is a vast agglomeration stretching over 50 km along the southern shore of the Baltic Sea. The agglomeration is inhabited by more than 1 million people.
Gdańsk is the Polish maritime capital with the population nearing half a million. Gdańsk is the capital of the Pomeranian province and an important administration centre. In the Gdańsk Shipyard was born first Independent Trade Union, “Solidarity”, what triggered the avalanche that toppled communism in Europe.
A thousand-year history of Gdańsk can be seen in numerous monuments especially in the old town. Gdańsk cultivates its centuries-long tradition in the field, and it’s nickname of the world capital of amber is well earned. The local masters have developed their own amber processing school, and the quality of their works is unrivalled elsewhere.
A contemporary Gdańsk is an open space for everyone, offering a wide range of tourism, culture and sport attractions. Location at the crossroads of important commercial and communication routes, developing sea-port and a mercantile traditions makes Gdańsk a meeting place of many cultures, nationalities and denominations.
Sopot is one of the most charming towns in Poland and one of the most popular Polish seaside and health-spa resort. Sopot has approximately 40,000 inhabitants. It lies between of Gdańsk to the Southeast and Gdynia to the Northwest.
Sopot’s biggest summer tourist attraction is the sandy beach, which stretch for 4.5 km. The one of the major attraction is also the longest wooden pier in Europe (515.5 metres), stretching out into the Bay of Gdańsk. In Sopot is located Poland’s most beautiful amphitheatre – Forest Opera and Bohaterów Monte Cassino Street (a promenade that is closed to traffic and leads straight to the Sopot pier).
Beside the bustling “Monciak” Boulevard, there are some charming peaceful areas where can be enjoyed Art Nouveau villas, pleasant parks and forests cut through by gorgeous ravines. Over 60% of the city is covered with green areas. It is an excellent place for weekend leisure, family holidays and business meetings.
Gdynia is a developing rapidly harbour city with young sea port. Gdynia is inhabited by almost a quarter of a million people. The entire downtown area of Gdynia was built in the spirit of the avant-garde stream in modernism, what is rare on a global scale. Gdynia can also boast of the sea, beaches, hills, forests right on their doorstep and the highest annual number of sunny days. It is a city with the reliable public transport, safety and availability of services.
Every year in Gdynia is organized Gdynia Film Festival – the largest film festival in Poland and the only one which for decades has been promoting Polish cinematography in Europe on a large scale.
Gdańsk Pomerania (Eastern Pomerania) is a historical and geographical region in northern Poland covering the eastern part of Pomeranian Voivodeship. It is one of the two main parts of Pomerania – next to Western Pomerania.
Pomerania is an area over the lower Vistula on the Baltic Sea, approximately covering its area with a wide belt to the west of the lower Vistula.
There is also a traditional division of Gdańsk Pomerania into Kashubia, Bory Tucholskie, Kociewie and Krajna.
There are very different types of landscapes – cliffs, lowland coasts with dunes, sandy spits and the coast overgrowing in the Puck Bay. The region is generally flat, and there are numerous small rivers and many lakes.
The largest cities of Eastern Pomerania include: Gdańsk, Gdynia, Sopot and Władysławowo. There are also fashionable and well-known summer resorts: Jastrzębia Góra, Jurata, Jastarnia, Hel, Karwia, Chłapowo, Rozewie, Dębki and Łeba. The attractions of the region are Teutonic castles in Malbork or Gniew.