The 2017 Neutron and Ion Dosimetry Symposium (NEUDOS-13) will be held in Kraków, a major European centre of culture, art, history, and education – and the main tourist attraction in Poland. Kraków, “the cradle of Polish royalty”, is one of the oldest cities in central Europe. Because of its history and architecture, the Old City of Krakow became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1978. Over the years 1038 and 1596 Kraków was the capital of Poland, its Wawel Royal Castle being the seat of the kings of Poland and the Cathedral their place of burial. Nowadays Krakow is the capital city of the Małopolska region, and a leading Polish academic, commercial and industrial centre.
The Symposium will be held at the Kraków Congress Centre ICE (International Conferences and Entertainment), located at ul. Marii Konopnickiej 17, 30-302 Kraków.
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There are many entrances to the ICE building. The entrance to our Symposium area is over the western side of the building (from the Bulhaka Street) i.e. side opposite to that facing the Wisla river (see map). After entering the ground hall, take the elevator to the 3rd floor.
Kraków Congress Centre is located some 10 minutes walk from the historical city center. The Congress Centre offers also space for poster presentations and technical exhibitions.