The 2nd World Congress on Logic and Religion was held in Warsaw, the capital city of Poland, at the central campus of the University of Warsaw in the Old Library Building (days 1-4) and in the University Library in Warsaw (day 5).



Warsaw is a very vivid and safe city, with a rich history and a great heritage, offering a wide range of cultural events and charming places to spend time.

It is very well communicated thanks to the underground, train stations and many tram and bus lines, so you can easily get everywhere you want. The city communication tickets are relatively cheap; for 15 PLN, so approx. 4 euros, you can get a full day ticket for all the means of transport: see the pricelist

Anyway, if you come to the city center (e.g. by train) and stay there, everything you need is within walking distance, so there is no need to use public transport.


Coming to Warsaw

Poland is a member state of the European Union and belongs to the Schengen Area; before planning the journey, please check the visa policy of the Schengen Area

Warsaw has two airports:

It is quite easy to get to Warsaw and then to the city center: see how to get to Warsaw (by plane, by train, by bus, by car)

Useful tourist information about Warsaw can be found at the official city tourist office website:


Hotels in Warsaw

There is a wide offer of hotels and high standard apartments as well as hostels in Warsaw in relatively good price range, as compared with other European capital cities.

Here are some examples of different types of hotels we can recommend:

You may also look for accommodation in Warsaw for instance via:


The 2nd World Congress on Logic and Religion was financed by the Institute of Philosophy (Faculty of Philosophy and Sociology, University of Warsaw) and financially supported by the UW Vice-Rector for Research and International Relations Professor Maciej Duszczyk, the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education, the Foundation for Polish Science and the University of Warsaw Foundation.