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EASY-ECO Krakow Training


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The training takes place near Krakow, which is said to be one of the most beautiful and charming cities in Poland. It is also one of the oldest Polish cities and used to be a capital of Poland until 1596. Krakow is situated in southern part of the country, near the river Vistula. Krakow’s Main Market Square, which you can see on the pictures, is the largest medieval town square in Europe. Krakow is a typical university city with twenty three universities and thousands of enthusiastic students living there. In 2000, the authorities of the European Union chose Krakow as the European Capital of Culture.

If you are interested in getting some more information regarding Krakow, you may visit the following websites:
http://www.krakow.pl/en/?chl=EN (in English),
http://www.krakow.pl/de/?chl=DE (in German),
http://www.krakow.pl/fr/?chl=FR (in French).
You can also have a look at some more pictures (http://www.ga.com.pl/rynekg.htm) or download some short movies from (http://www.krakow.pl/en/miasto/film_en.php).


The participants of the training are going to be accommodated in double rooms in two neighbouring hotels: Hotel Riviera and The Twardowski Hotel, which are situated 4,5 km far from Mogilany, and not far away from Krakow. Every day after the breakfast the participants are going to be transported to Polish Academy of Sciences Conference Centre in Mogilany, where both the core lectures and the case study sessions are going to take place.

You may have a look at the hotel on its website; the following (http://www.hotel-twardowski.com/index_en.htm) is in English, and (http://www.hotel-twardowski.com/index_de.htm) is in German.

An average Easy-Eco training day

Time The activity
8:00 Breakfast
9:00 – 13:00 Core lecture
13:00 Lunch
14:00 – 18:00 Case study session
19:00 Dinner
20:00 Extra activity

Polish Academy of Sciences Conference Centre in Mogilany

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The Conference Centre is located in a noble antique manor house from the XVIII c., which is surrounded by the extensive park, about 100 meters far from the market square of Mogilany. The perfect location, beautiful interior and surroundings together with great atmosphere provided by the excellent service have additional virtues, not to mention delicious cooking, also including vegetarian food. Both lunches and dinners will be served in Mogilany. You will find some pictures of the Conference Centre on the following website: (http://www.okmogilany.pl/?select=galeria&show=galeria_m&what=open)

In case you decide to visit Krakow on your own, here is a brief description of how to get to Mogilany from Krakow. You can get there in several ways:

  • by minibus from the Railway Central Station in Pawia Street (ulica Pawia) in the direction of Świątniki and Myślenice,
  • by PKS bus or private lines from the Railway Central Station in the direction of Zakopane, Myślenice. Then in Mogilany you will have to walk about 700 m from Zakopianka to the Conference Centre,
  • by bus no. 245 and 275 from Borek Fałęcki to the market square in Mogilany,
by taxi - the cost is about 50 - 80 PLN; it is worth fixing the price with the taxi-driver before you go.


The training will be hosted by the Sendzimir Foundation in Poland and will take place from 5 to 14 Sept 2007. The Sendzimir Foundation seeks to support inquiry, communication and practice that deepens understanding of and helps to improve the interactions between Poland's environment and society. The Foundation supports efforts to study and protect the Polish environment and to help Polish society to become one that values and protects ecological balance for future generations; and promotes human well-being by fostering communities' capacity to sustain their integrity in the face of an uncertain social and environmental future. The Foundation seeks to work with partners in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors.


Training fee: € 200

You can book:

  • Residential attendance (4th - 14th September 2007)
    with 11 nights' en-suite accommodation and full board, including training fee:
    € 890,-

  • Non-residential attendance (5th - 14th September 2007)
    including lunch and training fee:
    € 355,-

  • Non-residential attendance (5th - 14th September 2007)
    excluding lunch. Training fee only:
    € 200,-

Please note: all of these booking options are fully covered by the EU-grants.


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