If you wish to order an individual airport transfer please proceed as follows:

1/ Create your account on the Registration bookmark
2/ Log in and book appropriate services.

For any inquires or problems with registration please contact the JORDAN Congress Bureau:

Terms and conditions are available here.



Price: EUR  25,-/ per car​​​​ (up to 2 persons) 

Transfer by private car from/to the airport in Warsaw Chopin Airport to/from the hotel.

   ARRIVAL Transfer

Our driver will take you directly to the hotel. He will be expecting you in the arrival hall of the airport.

   DEPARTURE Transfer

Our driver will drive you directly to airport. You choose the most convenient pickup place.  Depending on the departure time, we are arranging the transfer about
2-2,5 hrs before the flight.



Price: EUR 15,- / per car​​​​

Transfer by private car from/to the Main Railway station Warszawa Centralna to/from the hotel.

   ARRIVAL Transfer

Our driver will take you directly to the hotel. He will be expecting you on the arrival platform at the railway station.

   DEPARTURE Transfer

Our driver will drive you directly to the railway station. You choose the most convenient pick upplace.  Depending on the departure time, we are arranging the transfer about 1-1,5 hrs before the train departure.




Full payment is required to confirm transfer reservation.


Cancellation of transfer reservation before 9th August 2018 - full refund, after 10th August 2018 - no refunds can be made. No show - 100% costs due to cancellation.


Once payment is completed, the invoice is automatically issued and sent by email.


​​​​​​Credit card (on-line payment via Dotpay), Credit card (mail order), Bank transfer (bank details are sent by email upon booking). If a proforma invoice is required please contact:


For any changes to existing reservations please contact the Jordan Congress Bureau either by fax: +48 12 341-61-63 or email:  and quote your transaction number (ID). The transaction number (ID) will be assigned during the reservation process. 


​​​​​Notification of reservation cancellation must be made in writing and sent to the Jordan Congress Bureau either by fax: +48 12 341-61-63 or email: Please quote your transaction number (ID). The transaction number (ID) will be assigned during the reservation process. 



Warsaw-Okęcie Frédéric Chopin main airport lies in the suburb of Okęcie, 10 km south of the city centre; it handles most domestic and international flights. The airport has an outpost of the Warsaw Tourist Office, which sells city maps and can help visitors find accommodation. You will also find currency-exchange counters, ATMs, and several car-hire agencies. Buy tickets for public transport from the tourist office or from one of several newsagents.



Warsaw's main train station, Centralna, is a hulking metal giant that sits conveniently in the city's centre and is the main hub for trains arriving in the capital. Additionally, passengers may disembark at the smaller Warszawa Wschodnia (Warsaw East station) between Praga Północ and Praga Południe districts, and Warszawa Zachodnia (Warsaw West station) on the border of Ochota and Wola districts.

54, Aleje Jerozolimskie, 00-024 Warsaw
phone +48 22 474 40 86




Coaches arrive and depart – unless otherwise stated – from the Warsaw West Bus Station (Dworzec Autobusowy Warszawa Zachodnia), located at 144 Aleje Jerozolimskie. There you can find a currency exchange and two ATM (bankomat) machines located in the main hall. There is no Tourist Info point. There's a left-luggage service, a travel agency and a nursing mother's lounge. The ticket office is open from 05:30 to 22:00. Phone: (+48) 703 40 34 03.

To get to the Central Station take bus number 127,158 or 517. At night you'll be needing lines N35 or N85. The journey takes approximately 15 minutes so buy a 3,40 zł ticket valid for 20 minutes. Remember to validate your ticket upon boarding.

The detailed schedule of departures is available here.



Warsaw is located in the heart of the country and has extensive road links with other major Polish cities. Roads leading into Warsaw tend to be of decent dual carriageway standard, though once you enter the city limits Warsaw traffic can become a serious problem - particularly during the week. Parking in the central area is generally available on-street, with standard parking charges payable at roadside machines.

The speed limit is 50 km/hr in cities (60 km/hr between 23:00 and 05:00), 90 km/hr outside urban areas, 120 km/hr on dual carriageways and 140 km/hr on motorways. Seat belts must be worn at all times and it is illegal for drivers to use hand-held mobile phones. Following the letter of the law all cars should be equipped with a first aid kit, a warning triangle, a fire extinguisher, rear mud flaps, and right and left hand outside mirrors. Carry your license and passport at all times when driving. Since April 2007 it has been compulsory for headlights to be switched on at all times.



Warsaw University of Technology (1 Politechniki Square, Warsaw) has very good tram, bus and subway connections. There are a lot of stops located ca 1-4 minutes walk from the venue. Ticket prices are available here. We reccomend to use the connections search service.

Zarząd Transportu Miejskiego Warszawy (ZTM) provides public transport services in Warsaw.



Nextbike is a mode of transportation that allows users to make trips using publicly available bikes. It consists of a fleet of specially designed, sturdy and durable bikes that are locked into a network of stations throughout the service area. The bikes can be unlocked from one station and returned to any other station in the system - ideal for short, one-way trips. Use city bikes whenever you like. From the beginning of April to the end of November city bikes are available on a 24/7 basis.

For check the pricing, map and rules of usage please click here.



The Polish currency unit is zloty (PLN), divided into 100 groszy. Current exchange rate on:
1 EUR = ca 4,20 PLN  (July 2017) 
1 USD = ca 3,90 PLN  (July 2017)
Most foreign currencies can be easily exchanged either in banks or exchange offices (“kantor”). Foreign currency (cash) is rarely acceptable in shops.


The common opening hours are 10.00 am  – 7.00 pm Monday to Friday.
​​​​​​On Saturdays shops are mostly open till 2 pm and are closed on Sundays except for big shopping centres, which are opened 10.00 am - 8.00 pm.​​​​​
Payment in shops: by cash (Polish money, some accept €) or credit cards.


Emergency calls from phone boxes are free of charge.

997 Police
998 Fire brigade
999 Ambulance
986 Municipal police
112 European emergency number for mobile phones

Credit cards accepted in Poland: Visa, MasterCard, American Express. Cash withdrawal machines, restaurants, car rental agencies and most shops accept all major credit cards.

Post offices are open Monday to Friday 8.00 am – 4.00 pm and are closed on Saturdays and Sundays. Post boxes are red and post is usually collected twice daily. Stamps can be bought only at post offices.

Banks are open Monday to Friday 8.00 am – 6.00 pm and are closed on Saturdays and Sundays.

HERE - You will be directed to the SAFEPROCESS18 main website, where you will find all the essential information on the Symposium.