The 12th International Conference on Agrophysics: Soil, Plant & Climate will be held in Lublin. Lublin is the largest city in Eastern Poland, located on the beautifully landscaped grounds of the Lublin Upland. The city impresses with its more than 700-year history. The well maintained old town creates a unique and magical atmosphere of the city, which crosses cultures and religions of many nations. The Lublin Airport (IATA: LUZ, ICAO:EPLB) is placed in Świdnik, about 20 km from the centre of Lublin.

The conference will take place in Lublin (Poland) at the Hotel Mercure Lublin Centrum*** which is located in the centre of town. Airport shuttle is available. Special prices will be accessible for conference participants who will make their reservation before August 15th, 2018 using “AGROPHYSICS” code word.

Hotel Mercure Lublin Centrum***
12 Racławickie Ave.
20-037 Lublin, Poland

We recommend also this hotel as a place to stay during the conference.

In the frame of the conference we invite participants on 18th September 2018 for a sightseeing of The Lublin Open Air Village Museum. It will be guided tour. The gala dinner will take place just after the sightseeing of The Lublin Open Air Village Museum in one of the cottage. The Lublin Open Air Village Museum was established in the early 1960’s and possesses several awards from the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.

The exhibiton of the town tells the history of people who lived and worked there. The stories about Jewish families, hairdresser, cobbler and many others are at tourist’s hand. According to the model concept, a marketplace is the central element in the urban layout of the museum town. The wheelwright’s workshop, local gaol, school and barns have all been transferred to the museum. Other buildings are replicas with some reconstructed elements. The surroundings of buildings are carefully reconstructed. It includes some elements of small architecture and various types of surfaces used for pavements, roads and squares. The Museum town represents the historical diversity in the construction of buildings and materials as well as their functions. It serves as a relic of past generations living in towns, and invites the visitors to get acquainted with their lives.