Warsaw University Institute of Philosophy

Kazimierz Dolny

The town

Renaissance tenement-house in Kazimierz Kazimierz Dolny is a little town in eastern Poland, with 2,700 inhabitants, situated in the Puławy County of the Lublin Voivodship, on the banks of Vistula river. Its beautiful Renaissance appearance made it a popular holiday destination, attracting artists and summer residents. To learn more about Kazimierz Dolny you can visit the town's English website at: www.kazimierzdolny.eu and see the Wikipedia entries devoted to Kazimierz in English, German, Polish and Dutch. In Wikipedia you can also find some photo galleries of Kazimierz from which the photos on this website were taken.

How to get there?

Market square of Kazimierz Dolny Kazimierz Dolny is located about 120 kilometres from Warsaw in the southern-east direction. If you travel to Warsaw by plane, you can take a direct bus from Dworzec Zachodni (Western Railway Station) to Kazimierz. The morning bus leaves at 10.45 a.m. (local time), the evening one - at 7.00 p.m. The ticket costs 22 złoty (about 6 euro). The trip takes about two and a half hours. The other option is to travel by train to Puławy (from Central Railway Station or Western Railway Station) and then change to a local bus to Kazimierz.
After registering for workshop please let us know what day and time you will arrive to Warsaw so we could plan the best way of getting to Kazimierz for you.


The Fara Church in Kazimierz The Workshop will be based in the Exploris Hotel located near the Vistula bank, about 500 meters from the strict centre of the town. We will provide you with some more information about the accommodation soon. For now you can see some photos of the hotel here.