The University of Warsaw, est. 1816, is the largest university in Poland, with nearly 60,000 students from all corners of the globe. Its main campus is located in the heart of the metropolis hailed a 'World Class City' by the Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel, a vibrant European city with rich history and a lot to offer to visitors, regularly recommended by numerous other travel websites and channels as one of the top go-to destinations (see for instance here). The conference venue lies between the scenic university grounds and the riverside, within easy walking distance from Warsaw’s Old Town and the Royal Route. You may find more information on what to see and do in the city here.
The classes will be taking place in Lab 01.061 (level −1) at the Institute of Applied Linguistics at Dobra 55 street, right across the street from the new University Library (Biblioteka Uniwersytecka), 7-8 minutes' walk away from (but not on!) the central campus of the University of Warsaw or 12-14 minutes' walk away from Castle Square (Pl. Zamkowy) in the Old Town:
In order to find out how to reach the venue with public transport, you may use websites and apps such as Google Maps or Jakdojade. The nearest bus stop is Biblioteka Uniwersytecka, though for buses that run up/down Tamka street (notably line 105) you want to add several minutes to factor in the almost guaranteed congestion along that stretch. If you do not mind a walk, the metro station Centrum Nauki Kopernik is one used by many students (6-7 minutes' walk away), while two even better-connected stops are 'Uniwersytet' for buses (close to the main gate of the University of Warsaw, and around 9-11 minutes' walk away) and 'Plac Zamkowy' for buses and trams (around 10-12 minutes away).