The 12th EURO-CIU 2019 Symposium
Information for participants

The 12th International EURO-CIU 2019 Symposium is the most important European meeting of auditory implants’ users, medical environment and the companies supporting people with hearing problems. This year it is hosted in Wroclaw, Poland.

CONFERENCE VENUE

Hotel Sofitel Wrocław Old Town – 67  Sw. Mikołaja Str, 50-127 Wroclaw

 The Old Town in Wroclaw

The Old Town in Wroclaw attracts tourists with its monuments and unique history. Wroclaw’s Market Square is one of the biggest in Poland, and the Town Hall, situated in the center of it, stands out with the Gothic architecture. A great attraction for both children and adults is searching for figurines of dwarfs, hidden between the town houses. To better know the city and its history, guests are welcome to visit one of many interesting museums and have a walk through the picturesque Odra islands, connected by numerous bridges.

Wroclaw

The Venice of Poland – this name stick to the capital city of Lower Silesian District, located on the banks of the River Oder. There is no exaggeration in this expression. Wroclaw’s islands are connected by over 120 bridges, and grand boulevards as well as a magnificent architecture could embarrass many European cities.

Wroclaw is developing rapidly in the sphere of business and finance. It is one of the most important economic centers in the country. Numerous production and service companies are located here, with logistic centers established in the suburbs.

The most famous tourist attractions of the city are: the market square with the old Gothic Town Hall, zoological garden with the Africarium, Centennial Hall, present on the UNESCO Heritage List, and the interactive water museum – Hydropolis.

Poland

Poland is a country connecting Western Europe with the eastern part of the continent. Different traditions meet here, surprising with their cultural richness. Historic centers of Wroclaw, Cracow, Warsaw and Poznan, the Teutonic castle in Malbork, the house of Nicolaus Copernicus in Torun, and the Gdansk Shipyard – these are just some of the extraordinary places, that witnessed Polish history. Noteworthy are also the Wieliczka Salt Mine, Zakopane – the heart of highland folklore, and the Fryderyk Chopin Museum in Warsaw.

The Great Masurian Lakes, Białowieża Primeval Forest and mountain trails of Tatra and Karkonosze ranges await for peace and nature lovers. We also recommend visiting other unique natural places, such as the moving dunes in Leba or Stolowe Mountains National Park with amazing rock formations.

We are very pleased to have an opportunity to host you in our country and we cordially invite you to visit its most beautiful places.