The organizers negotiated special rates for attendees in two hotels located near the conference venue. We encourage you to book early to secure your room as only a limited number of rooms are guaranteed at lower rates. To get lower price, please enter the password "Sprawozdawczość i rewizja finansowa" or "Financial reporting and auditing" while booking.

Vienna House Easy Chopin Cracow, ul. Przy Rondzie 2, phone numer: +48 12-299-00-00, e-mail: reservation.easy-cracow@viennahouse.com

Ibis Budget Kraków Stare Miasto, phone number: +48 12-355-29-00, e-mail: reservation.easy-cracow@viennahouse.com

How to get there

To Krakow - by plane

Direct flights to Cracow (KRK).

To Krakow - by train

Please visit Polish Railways to obtain further details: http://www.pkp.pl/en/ or your national railways.

To the University campus

The Campus of CUE is in the centre of Cracow, it is in a 2-minutes walk from the Main Railway Station and Couch/Bus Station.

From the airport you get to CUE by bus, train (Airport – Main Railway Station) or by taxi.
While in Cracow you can easily get on foot (city centre) or by bus (no. 182, 192, 482, 501, 511) and tram (no. 2).

Gala Dinner

We are glad to inform that we have prepared a special surprise for you, which is a Gala Dinner in the Haluszki salt chamber, preceded by a tour of the Wieliczka mine.

Participation in the Gala Dinner is free for conference participants.

For those interested, please visit: https://www.kopalnia.pl/

Optional excursion on December 14th





In 1939, after the invasion of Poland by Nazi Germany and the loss of the defensive war by the Polish army, all the western regions of Poland, including the town of Oświęcim, were annexed by the Third Reich. The town was renamed as Auschwitz and the same name was given to a complex of concentration and extermination camps that were built there. The history of the Auschwitz concentration camp can be divided into two primary periods: the years 1940-1942, when it functioned as a concentration camp and a place of slow extermination, and the years 1942-1944, when it was transformed into the biggest centre of immediate mass extermination of Jews, who had been transported into the camp under the policy conducted by the Third Reich that assumed the extermination of the entire Jewish population in Europe. It is estimated that over 1.1 million women, men and children died in the camp during these four years.

Important information

  1. This is a regular tour (group sightseeing).
  2. Tour duration: up to 8 hours
  3. For safety reasons, before entering the museum, every participant in required to undergo a search and luggage inspection.
  4. The Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum allows you to bring a hand luggage item with maximum dimensions of 30 ˣ 20 ˣ 10 centimetres (11.8 ˣ 7.8 ˣ 3.9 inches). In case of larger luggage, please contact us before the tour.
  5. Due to the nature of the tour (visiting the site of a former extermination camp), the participants are requested to respect the memory of the dead by dressing and behaving appropriately.
  6. The Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum can only be visited with an official museum educator.
  7. Auschwitz-Birkenau is an open-air museum, where the weather can change rapidly. Therefore, the participants are required to bring warm, waterproof clothing (e.g. sweaters, jackets, umbrellas) and sun-protective items (e.g. hats, caps, sunglasses).
  8. The participants will be walking on a ground which becomes muddy in case it rains. Therefore, they should wear comfortable, waterproof shoes.
  9. Only pay toilets are available around the museum.

PRICE 35 euro per person

The price includes:

  • transportation by air conditioned minibus or by bus,
  • professional Museum guide,
  • professional tour leader.

Optional excursion on December 14th - 2nd proposition


Royal Road



The Royal Road is a picturesque route leading along some of the most famous streets and passing some of the most prominent tenement houses of the historic centre of Krakow. The route beginning at St. Florian’s Gate continues across the Main Square to end at the foot of the Wawel complex. It is a must-see for all tourists visiting the former capital of Poland. The city tour begins on the Main Square, at the exit of Grodzka street. The tourists will meet there by the small Church of St. Wojciech that traces its history to the pre-Romanesque period. A leisurely walk down the route of the centuries-old architecture of Krakow leads to the legends surrounding the Main Square, the Cloth Hall and the famous St. Mary’s Basilica with the distinctive two towers. The trip along the Royal Road will end at the foot of the Wawel Castle – the residence of the kings of Poland in the days of greatest glory until the 17th century.

Important information

  1. This is a regular tour (group sightseeing), but can be organised as a private tour on request.
  2. Tour duration: up to 3 hours
  3. This is a walking tour, so the participants should wear comfortable sports shoes.
  4. Depending on the weather in Kraków, the participants should bring warm, waterproof clothing (e.g. sweaters, jackets, umbrellas) and sun-protective items (e.g. hats, caps, sunglasses).

PRICE 15 euro per person

The price includes:

  • 3 hours walking tour with professional English speaking guide,
  • Wawel Cathedral ticket entry.