This year’s “Euros” will take place in a very unique location. Kraków is the second largest city in Poland, one of the oldest towns in the country, its former capital and home to the oldest university in Poland. It is visited yearly by almost 10 million tourists who admire the beauty of the Old Town, the Jewish quarter of Kazimierz, Wawel Castle, and many more sights. That’s why consider extending your stay in Krakow beyond the EHBPC!

The tournament itself will take place by the Wisła Kraków stadium, 2 kilometers from the Main Square, 3 km from the main train station, for true bikers – within a cyclable distance from the airport (10 km.) It is surrounded by sporting facilities (swimming pool across the fence!), parks and residential areas. It is situated on 22 Reymonta st. (ul. Reymonta 22).

We will host the event across three courts (40x20m, 1,25m boards). A smaller pick-up/warm-up court is planned. Lights will be on after 9PM.

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Preferred housing: AGH student campus, Olimp student dormitory, Rostafińskiego 9 30-072 Kraków
There are 240 places available and reserved for EHBPC 2013 teams and guests in 2 bed dorms with shared partial kitchen and bathroom for every 2 rooms. The partial kitchens are equipped with electric kettles and fridges and there is a shower in every bathroom. In the rooms, you will find phones, desks, chairs, wardrobes, towels. You will also have access to the Internet. You can also use common kitchens on every floor and the laundries located in the building. The dormitory is 500 m away from the venue.  

To make a reservation, send an email to maciej@ehbpc.org  with the title ‘EHBPC accommodation.’

The message should have the following:
- The number of people
- The name of the team
- Names/surnames
- Arrival/departure date (the number of nights)

1 night – PLN40 (per person), around €10 (to be paid upon arrival at the reception of the dormitory, Euro will not be accepted).

In case we run out of this option, Kraków has more hostel beds than any other European city. It’ll be fine!