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How to reach the conference venue?

Virtually all roads lead to the 19th European AIDS Conference, whether you are travelling by train, plane, or car.

Here are a few quick tips for navigating Warsaw like a pro, no matter what mode of transportation you use.


Prądzyńskiego 12/14

01-222 Warszaw


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The EXPO XXI is located in Wola, the fastest developing district of Warsaw, close to the Central Railway Station (Warsawa Centralna) and the Western Railway Station (Warsawa Zachodnia), as well as the International Chopin Airport.


By bus

Lines: 105, 136, 154, 159, 167, 178, 184, 186, 523, 414 (PKP Kasprzaka stop) or 136, 154, 167 178, 184, 186 (Prądzyńskiego stop) and line 921

The public transport timetable is available at

By underground

M1 underground line: get off at Centrum, Świętokrzyska or Politechnika stop and then take a bus: 105 (Centrum stop), 178 (Świętokrzyska stop) or 167 (Politechnika stop) and get off at Kasprzaka stop (or Prądzyńskiego stop in the case of lines 178 and 167).

M2 underground line: get off at Rondo Daszyńskiego stop and take a bus: 105, 255, 109 or 178.

The public transport timetable is available at

By tramway

When using the tram, get off at Rondo Daszyńskiego, where the tram lines: 1, 9, 11, 14, 22, 24, 25, 36 stop.

Then change to bus lines: 105, 178, 255 and go to the Wola train station. (Kasprzaka). From here, you can walk along Bema Street.

Another option is to take tram 10, 11, 13, 26, 27 to the Sokołowska stop, and then on foot along Bema Street.

The public transport timetable is available at

By train

The closest train station is: Warsawa Zachodnia (Western Railway Station of Warsaw)

By taxi

The venue, the Convention Bureau and the Conference are recommending this official taxi company: iTaxi (app to download)


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