The International Forum on Agri-Food Logistics

Efficient logistics as a chance of efficient consumer response in the agri-food sector Poznań„,
9-13 September 2014

News & deadlines

14 NOV
The book of abstracts has been posted in the Call for papers tab
14 NOV
The presentations at the plenary session available in the About the Conference
14 NOV
Photo gallery forum located in the tab About Forum

Additional programme


9:00 - beginning of the guided tour by coach - starting point in front of PULS

9:20 - visit theCathedralIsland(Ostrów Tumski) - the oldest part of the city, where Polish very first cathedral St Peter and Paul's was built and where are the tombs of the first Polish sovereigns

10:30 - visit one of the most beautiful and charming Old Towns of Poland, renaissance Town Hall with the famous hallmark of the city - “Poznańskie Koziołki”, fabulous narrow streets of this historical area: gabled houses, merchants houses from 16th & 17th century, Bamberg women, St. Stanislav’s Church (a precious pearl of the Polish Baroque); walking up to Royal Castle at Przemysł Hill, National Museum, Wolności Square, Raczyński Library

12:30 - continuing the sightseeing – drive to Adam Mickiewicz Square, Emperor's Castle, Collegium Maius, Grand Theatre and Solidarity Monument

13:15 - lunch

14:30 - proceeding to Kórnik (20 km from Poznan), on the way short stop at Lake Malta recreation area

15:20 - visit the Kórnik Castle with its neogothic design; the castle has a collection of furniture, paintings, sculptures, armour and oriental weaponry; surrounded by a stylish park

16:30 - proceeding back to Poznań

17:30 - the end of the tour at PULS


Duration - aprox. 8,5 hour

What's Included: transportation by coach, Polish style lunch, entrance fees, guide fees

Price – 55,00 € 

The Kórnik Castle