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KINO LAB Centre for Culture in Lublin / Centrum Kultury w Lublinie MAP - Peowiaków 12, 20-007 Lublin
Centre for Culture is open for 6 a.m. to 3 a.m.
Kino Lab is open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
More details in correspondence after registration.
NO ENTRY FEE
Organisers can refuse right to join event.
Travel to Lublin
If You want to travel cheap - consider buying tickets early.
The city is served by Lublin Airport. It is serviced by Lufthansa, as well as by low-cost airlines Wizzair, Ryanair and Small Planet. Lublin Airport is relatively easy to get in and out of by train thanks to a direct train line running from Lublin’s main railway station.
There is a direct flight connection to Tel Aviv.
You can also fly to Warsaw Chopin Airport (180 km from Lublin), Warsaw-Modlin Mazovia Airport (205 km from Lublin) or to Rzeszów-Jasionka Airport (160 km from Lublin). From there, you need to take a train or a bus to Lublin. Flying to Warsaw is more advisable since it has more connections to Lublin.
LUBLIN AIRPORT – http://www.airport.lublin.pl/en/dla-podroznych/mapa-polaczen.html
Lublin is 150 km from Warsaw, trains and buses suggestions below.
WARSAW CHOPIN AIRPORT – https://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl/en/index.html
WARSAW MODLIN AIRPORT – http://en.modlinairport.pl
FROM WARSAW MODLIN AIRPORT
DIRECT BUS MODLIN-LUBLIN –
SHUTTLE BUS TO WARSAW – http://en.modlinairport.pl/modlin-en-new/web/passenger/access/modlinbus.html
BECAUSE HUGE CONSTRUCTION WORKS – THIS YEAR WE NOT RECOMMEND TRAIN TRAVEL FROM WARSAW TO LUBLIN
(2,5 HOURS TO LUBLIN FROM WARSAW)
TRAIN – http://rozklad-pkp.pl
BUS (more options below) – http://www.polskibus.com/en/index.htm
The main bus terminal is situated at the northernmost edge of the Old Town, just next to Lublin Castle.
INTERNATIONAL BUSES – https://www.voyager.pl
POLSKI BUS – http://www.polskibus.com/en/index.htm
POLISH RAILWAYS – http://rozklad-pkp.pl
LUBLIN AIRPORT (TRANSFER TO TOWN) –
LUBLIN PUBLIC TRANSPORT – http://lublin.jakdojade.pl/?locale=en
What voltage electricity is used in Poland?
Like much of Europe, 230 V / 50 Hz.
We have sockets type E and they look like this:
If your country uses a different style, don’t forget to bring an adaptor!