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Collegium Politicum, University of Warsaw

ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 26/28

00-001 Warszawa

Bus: “Uniwersytet” stop (about 50 m from the gate) or “Hotel Bristol” stop (about 350 m from the gate of main campus) – bus no. 102, 105, 111, 116, 128, 175, 178, 180, 222, 503, 518, E-2

Trams: “Królewska” stop (15 minutes walk, 900 m, through the Saxon Garden) – trams no. 4,15,18,35,74


Metro: II line “Nowy Świat – Uniwersytet”  (about 400 m)


How to get there from Warszawa Centralna station


Directly on bus no. 128 or 175


By tram no. 7, 24, 25,71 or 73 with a changeoverover at the “Muzeum Narodowe” stop, walk around 200 m to the bus from the “Foksal” stop to bus no. 111, 116, 180, 222, 503 or 518


How to get there from Warszawa Wschodnia station


Bus no. 169 or trams 3 or 13 to the “Dworzec Wileński” stop with a changeover to the second metro line


Tram 7 with a changeover at the “National Museum” stop, walk around 200 m to the “Foksal” stop to bus no. 111, 116, 180, 222, 503 or 518


How to get there from Warszawa Zachodnia train station


Bus no. 182 to the “Politechnika” stop with a changeover to the second metro line


Bus no. 182 with a changeover at the “Plac na Rozdrożu” stop to bus no. 180 (towards Chomiczówka) or 222 (towards Bielańska)


Bus no. 159 with a changeover at the “Piękna” stop to bus no. 180 (towards Chomiczówka)


Bus no. 184 with a changeover at the “Rondo Zesłańców Syberyjskich” stop to bus no. 178 (towards Konwiktorska)


How to get there from F. Chopin airport (Okęcie)

Directly on bus no. 175

Bus no. 188 with a changeover at the “Plac na Rozdrożu” stop to bus no. 116


Bus no. 188 with a changeover at the “Rakowiec” stop to bus no. 128


How to get there from Metro Młociny

Metro (towards Kabaty) with a changeover at the “Świętokrzyska” stop to the II metro line


Metro (towards Kabaty) with a changeover at the “Dworzec Gdański” stop to the bus no. 116 in the”Wilanów”


Metro (towards Kabaty) with a changeover at the “Ratusz Arsenał” stop to bus no. 111 in the towards of “Gocław”


How to get there from Metro Wilanowska


Metro (towards Młociny) with a changeover at the ‘Świętokrzyska’ stop to the II metro line


Metro (towards Młociny) with a changeover at the “Świętokrzyska” stop, walk around 200 m to the Pl. Grzybowski stop, to bus no. 102 (towards PKP Olszynka Grochowska) or no. 105 (towards Browarna)


Metro (towards Młociny) with a changeover at the “Centrum” stop to bus no. 128 or 175


There are no parking space near to the campus, we encourage to use public transport.


In case of any hesitation, we suggest using the website https://www.ztm.waw.pl/?l=1  or https://jakdojade.pl/warszawa

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Collegium Politicum, University of Warsaw

ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 26/28

00-001 Warszawa

Bus: “Uniwersytet” stop (about 50 m from the gate) or “Hotel Bristol” stop (about 350 m from the gate of main campus) – bus no. 102, 105, 111, 116, 128, 175, 178, 180, 222, 503, 518, E-2

Trams: “Królewska” stop (15 minutes walk, 900 m, through the Saxon Garden) – trams no. 4,15,18,35,74


Metro: II line “Nowy Świat – Uniwersytet”  (about 400 m)


How to get there from Warszawa Centralna station


Directly on bus no. 128 or 175


By tram no. 7, 24, 25,71 or 73 with a changeoverover at the “Muzeum Narodowe” stop, walk around 200 m to the bus from the “Foksal” stop to bus no. 111, 116, 180, 222, 503 or 518


How to get there from Warszawa Wschodnia station


Bus no. 169 or trams 3 or 13 to the “Dworzec Wileński” stop with a changeover to the second metro line


Tram 7 with a changeover at the “National Museum” stop, walk around 200 m to the “Foksal” stop to bus no. 111, 116, 180, 222, 503 or 518


How to get there from Warszawa Zachodnia train station


Bus no. 182 to the “Politechnika” stop with a changeover to the second metro line


Bus no. 182 with a changeover at the “Plac na Rozdrożu” stop to bus no. 180 (towards Chomiczówka) or 222 (towards Bielańska)


Bus no. 159 with a changeover at the “Piękna” stop to bus no. 180 (towards Chomiczówka)


Bus no. 184 with a changeover at the “Rondo Zesłańców Syberyjskich” stop to bus no. 178 (towards Konwiktorska)


How to get there from F. Chopin airport (Okęcie)

Directly on bus no. 175

Bus no. 188 with a changeover at the “Plac na Rozdrożu” stop to bus no. 116


Bus no. 188 with a changeover at the “Rakowiec” stop to bus no. 128


How to get there from Metro Młociny

Metro (towards Kabaty) with a changeover at the “Świętokrzyska” stop to the II metro line


Metro (towards Kabaty) with a changeover at the “Dworzec Gdański” stop to the bus no. 116 in the”Wilanów”


Metro (towards Kabaty) with a changeover at the “Ratusz Arsenał” stop to bus no. 111 in the towards of “Gocław”


How to get there from Metro Wilanowska


Metro (towards Młociny) with a changeover at the ‘Świętokrzyska’ stop to the II metro line


Metro (towards Młociny) with a changeover at the “Świętokrzyska” stop, walk around 200 m to the Pl. Grzybowski stop, to bus no. 102 (towards PKP Olszynka Grochowska) or no. 105 (towards Browarna)


Metro (towards Młociny) with a changeover at the “Centrum” stop to bus no. 128 or 175


There are no parking space near to the campus, we encourage to use public transport.


In case of any hesitation, we suggest using the website https://www.ztm.waw.pl/?l=1  or https://jakdojade.pl/warszawa

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European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR)  is an independent, pan-European think-tank, analysing the most important international issues from the perspective of the European Union and advising many governments and institutions in Europe. Our mission is to support common EU policies in the international arena. We organise conferences, prepare reports and broker contacts between  politicians, diplomats and experts, who develop a network across Europe. In the Council of the ECFR many eminent personages of the European political and economical life, such as Carl Bildt, Emma Bonino, Danuta Hübner or Javier Solana.

The research work of the ECFR is being carried out within four programs and a web of national offices in seven European capitals. The domestic problems of the EU are tackled by the European Power program. Situation in countries of eastern EU neighbourhood and the Balkans are being analysed within Wider Europe program. The team of the Middle East and Northern Africa researches the course of events in the region, which, today,  is the biggest source of migration and terrorism. Our experts on Asia and China  deliver data from the furthest corners of Earth’s biggest continent, which focuses the attention of the world for some time now.

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Since 2002 the Warsaw Office has been implementing its mission and supporting civil society by means of strategic partnerships with NGOs, academia, think tanks, and state administration. Central tenets of our projects include common European values, gender democracy and sustainability.

The International Policy programme creates a space needed for the discussion of the future and direction of the development of a common European foreign and security policy. We aim to support the debate about the future of the EU and its role in the global arena, with a particular emphasis on a constructive transatlantic dialogue. We place special importance on a strong Eastern Partnership and peaceful relations with our European neighbours.

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The activities of The Heinrich Böll Foundation can be followed online on Facebook, Twitter, www.pl.boell.org and Issuu, while video and audio recordings are available on YouTube and Mixcloud.

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