Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology Europe

Located at the bank of the Vistula River right opposite the Wawel Royal Castle, Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology is a truly exceptional place. It combines the functions of a traditional museum (with its exhibitions and collections) with those of an active cultural center. It’s a fusion of modern technology and traditions of the Far East. During both conference days our guests will have free access to all exhibitions at Manggha.

How to get to Manggha?

Taxi: Ask the driver to take you to Manggha Museum, they all know it. Just in case, the address is Marii Konopnickiej street, building number 26 Trams & buses: Use lines 12, 18, 22, 52, 62, 101, 112, 124, 144, 162, 169, 173, 179, 184, 252, 424, 469, 484, 503, 608, 610, 612, 662. We highly recommend to use the jakdojade.pl portal to move around the city. It’s available in PL and EN. Just type in the start and end addresses and let the portal do the magic for you!
soap! - the best content conference
soap! - the best content conference
soap! - the best content conference

edu summit venue

Hub:raum, the incubator of Deutsche Telekom, offers various programs and formats that aim to create business opportunities between the startup eco-system and Deutsche Telekom. In addition hub:raum selectively invests in early-stage startups that have a strategic fit to Deutsche Telekom’s business and innovation priorities.

How to get to Hub:raum?

Taxi: Ask the driver to take you to Przemysłowa Street, building number 12, top floor Trams & buses: Use lines 3, 9, 24, 49, 69, 669. We highly recommend to use the jakdojade.pl portal to move around the city. It’s available in PL and EN. Just type in the start and end addresses and let the portal do the magic for you!
TIP: If you do not like climbing stairs, you can use the elevator. It’s an industrial elevator that must be operated by a trained operator! Believe us, it’s worth it!

useful information

When registering, mention soap! and you’ll get a 10% discount.

Kraków

In Kraków, you’ll definitely find something to your liking. If you’re into history and art, you can visit one of the city’s numerous museums, galleries, or theaters. When you feel like having a break and grabbing a cup of coffee, you can step by one of the climatic cafes around the Main Square and in the Kazimierz District. You’re a geek or tech lover? Kraków is the home of the oldest university in Poland and one of the country’s biggest educational centers. It also has a fast-growing startup scene. Feel like spending a night out? There’s definitely a place or two where you can experience Krakow’s nightlife. Immerse yourself in the city and feel its vibe!

afterparty

Those who joined us in the past years already know this place there’sno need to encourage them to join us there at the afterparty any more. Everyone else should know that T.E.A. Time is the finest English pub in a traditional style with a very positive vibe and a cozy basement. If you are into unique beer tastes, you definitely should try one (or more!) of the real ales brewed on site and served from UK hand pumps or some other local craft beer available on tap. They also serve Polish cider and some fine Czech lagers. The pub is conveniently located on the opposite bank of Vistula river – just a few minutes walk from the conference venue.