CML Horizons 2018 - Venue and Accommodation

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Venue and Accommodation for CML Horizons 2018

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City of Warsaw

Fusing the traditional with the contemporary and the desire to remember its history, Warsaw is fast becoming one of the world’s prime cities. Some little-known facts about this fascinating capital city are: The symbol for Warsaw is a mermaid, and mermaids are found on the city’s coat of arms and several statues around the capital. According to legend, a fisherman freed Warsaw’s mermaid from a rich merchant and she then declared her readiness to protect the city and its residents. Fans of classical music will enjoy the Chopin concerts on Sunday afternoons in Łazienki Park. Composer Fryderyk Chopin (later also known as Frédéric) was one of Warsaw’s most famous residents. Although he died in Paris in 1849, he wished for his heart to be buried in Warsaw. It is buried in the Holy Cross church on Krakowskie Przedmieście Street. Paradoxically, Warsaw’s Old Town is only 50 years old and is a listed Unesco World Heritage Site. One of the world’s first public libraries was opened in Warsaw in 1747 and Pałac Kultury i Nauki ‒ the Palace of Culture & Science ‒ is the tallest building in Poland and, at a height of almost 231 metres, is one of the world’s tallest clock towers. 


Conference venue: Hilton Warsaw Hotel & Convention Centre  

Address: Grzybowska 63, 00-844 Warszawa, Poland - Phone: +48 22 356 55 55

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Warsaw City Tour on Sunday

Warsaw is the sprawling capital of Poland. Its widely varied architecture reflects the city's long, turbulent history, from Gothic churches and neoclassical palaces to Soviet-era blocks and modern skyscrapers. The city's Old Town was restored after heavy damage during WWII. Its heart is Market Square, with pastel buildings and open-air cafes. The Monument of the Warsaw Mermaid at its centre is the city’s symbol.

For those interested, we will be offering an optional 3.5-hour tour of the city on Sunday afternoon. This will not be an official part of the program, and those who will like to join this tour will need to register at the registration website or at the hospitality desk at the hotel.

For any questions regarding the conference, please contact Lidija Pecova ( +389 7838 8235 or Giora Sharf (


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