Venue, accommodation and mobility options during Coworking Europe 2019
The Coworking Europe Conference will take place at the Warsaw National Stadium, PGE Narodowy, on November 13-15th. It is located on the east bank of the Vistula river, not far from Warsaw’s city centre. It lies approximately 4 kilometres east of Warsaw’s central railway station and 3 km from Warsaw’s old town. It can be easily reached by metro, trams and buses.
The area around the Stadium is mainly residential and even though there are a few rental apartments and basic hotels, we have decided to partner up with hotels across the river as the area is nicer and closer to the city center.
Our main partners are Sheraton Warsaw Hotel ***** and The Westin Warsaw *****.
Both hotels offer a 10% discount to all our attendees with rates starting from 100€/night (breakfast included).
By using the code CWE2019 you’ll be able to book your accommodation faster, cheaper and easier.
Europe Coworking Assembly
Also, the Europe Coworking Assembly is organising a Camp with one of our accommodation partners, the Chopin Boutique Bed&Breakfast ***. They booked the whole hotel to take the experience of the conference to the next level. They offer special prices and combo tickets for the ECA members, but everyone is welcome. The Coworking Europe team, together with Deskmag and Coworking Library are also staying here to have a temporary coliving experience 🙂 Get in touch with Caroline Van Keymeulen at email@example.com or book your room here.
The Europe Coworking Assembly is organising a coworking Camp to have a temporary coliving experience.
Please, have a look at our accommodation section to find out more.
Flights to Warsaw
LOT Polish Airlines is an official carrier of Coworking Europe Conference. For all of our participants they have a special 15% off discount on published fares for all LOT Polish Airlines flights in LOT Business Class, LOT Premium Economy Class and LOT Economy Class. Check out your flight options here.
LOT Polish Airlines offers 15% off
To get to the National Stadium
Stadion Narodowy is a short walk away from the centre and can be reached with the new metro line M2 (red). Tram 7, 9, 22, 24 and 25, and bus 158, 507 and 517 are some of the options as well. The ride takes less than 15 minutes, just get off at stop Rondo Waszyngtona.
Stop at Rondo Waszyngtona to get to the Warsaw National Stadium where Coworking Europe takes place.
Getting around Warsaw by bike
With Warsaw’s growing number of bike lanes and shared bike available, biking is the way to go.
Renting a bike in Warsaw is free for the first 20 minutes. You’ll just have to pay a one-time fee of 10 PLN (2€). Standard bikes, electric bikes, tandems… you can find all the options and prices at the Veturilo website.
Have a look at our Warsaw Map to see where everything is located before making any decision 😉