September 28 venue
Lean Agile Dojo
In 2015 we are organizing Lean Agile Dojo with our acedemic partner – Kozminski University (Akademia Leona Koźmińskiego).
We will be using a whole floor of teaching rooms at one of the best Universities in Poland.
57/59 Jagiellońska St.
September 29-30 venue
ABE15 will be held in Multikino Ursynów, one of the largest cinemas in Warsaw.
We will be using three screening rooms as well as an enormous hall, so there will be plenty of space for breaks, networking and collaboration. The largest, that we’ll be using for keynotes and main talks, has 500 seats. All rooms are equipped with professional stage lights, sound systems and large screens for the presentations.
Al. KEN 60
How to get to the conference venue
Getting to Multikino is by far the easiest if you use the subway. Go by the first line almost all the way to the south. Leave at IMIELIN station, Multikino is just next to the subway exit. If you start at METRO CENTRUM station expect 25 min to get there.
If you arrive at the Central Train station go to the METRO CENTRUM subway station (500 m) and then by subway.
If you arrive at Okecie Airport, there’s a direct bus connection with line 148. According to the schedule it should take 18 mins and buses leave every 22 mins (in the morning).
If you prefer to go by car, there is a large parking lot there, if going from the centre of Warsaw you will be driving KEN Street, turn left into Indiry Ghandi Street and immediately right into the parking lot.
How to get to the dojo venue
Getting to the Kozminski University will require you to either go by car or by tram. In case you drive yourself there’s a large parking lot there. If you are driving from the centre of Warsw don’t worry about the traffic too much, you will be going agains it in the morning.
If you go by public transport you can use tram lines 18 and 20. Going from Metro Centrum or Central Train Station you can catch a direct connection using line 18.
An app for public transport
We highly recommend JakDojade application for your iPhone, Android, Windows Phone (or use it as a mobile website). It’s very useful as it shows you all the possible options on how to get from place A to B using the public transport.
Public Transport Tickets
A ticket for 3 days costs 30 PLN (~7.2€, ~$10). You can buy them in ticket machines at most of the stations, in kiosks, sometimes even in a bus or a tram. It’d be easiest if you buy one at the airport. Remember to activate the ticket at the validator on a tram/bus or subway gate and have it with you all the time.
Taxis in Warsaw are rather cheap, but be careful when getting it at the airport or train station. Better call one of the taxis below, otherwise there is a big chance taxi driver might charge you more than he should. 1 km should cost you no more than 3 PLN (daytime), so the ride from airport to the conference venue (14km) should cost ~42-48 PLN (~10.5€, ~$15).
In case you are a fan, Uber is quite popular in Warsaw, you shouldn’t have any problem getting a lift.
Recommended taxi companies: