The Global Studies Conference is pleased to offer the following conference dinner at Nota-Resto.
Join other conference delegates, plenary speakers, and our local organizing committee for a conference dinner at Nota-Resto. Located just around the corner from the conference hotel, Hotel Campanile, and located not far from the Kraków Main Market Square, this is the authorial restaurant of Tomasz Leśniak. Leśniak's cuisine combines modern cooking methods with a trip back to the roots. In modern interiors, dishes inspired by travel are served, while still focusing on dishes of Krakow.
The dinner consists of a set three course menu and includes beverages (soft drinks, beer, wine, water, coffee, and tea), gratuity, and taxes.
Date: Thursday, 27 June
The menu is seasonal and may slightly change, we'll send out an email with any updates to the below as we near the conference dinner. Below is the current set menu. Should you require a vegetarian menu, this option is available, so please be sure to register for the vegetarian dinner. If you have any other dietary concerns or questions, please contact us.
Tiger prawns on celery mousse with truffle, parsley in tempura batter & burnt butter
Beef tenderloin warm tartare with truffle butter, sundried tomatoes, capers, crispy Parmesan cheese & Dijon mustard
Slow roasted pork belly, smoked prunes, braised forest mushrooms & pickled beetroots, crispy buckwheat
Traditional Polish Pierogi with duck meat and chestnut filling on meat, apple & marjoram sauce, pickled onions in apple vinegar
Green leaves, goat cheese, plums, chestnuts, apple & pickled onions in apple vinegar
Homemade bread with butter
My Wellington: Polish beef tenderloin & puff pastry, spinach fried on garlic & old wine sauce
My meringue Pavlova & plum mousse
Booking of the conference dinner can be done by clicking the blue button below. If you have any questions, please contact us, and we would be happy to answer any questions.
The Global Studies Conference is pleased to offer a pre-conference group tour.
Join other conference delegates on this four hour tour with transportation and private guide to Auschwitz and Birkenau.
The tour starts with pick up at the conference hotel and a 1.5 hour journey to Auschwitz I. On the journey there, participants will watch a documentary about the history of concentration camps in Poland. Once at Auschwitz I, which served as an administrative center for the whole complex of campus, you will join a 2 hour English tour provided by the Museum's guide. Following this, we will break for a box lunch, which is included in your tour fee. Next participants will go to Auschwitz II - Birkenau, which was designed strictly as a concentration camp with gas chambers and crematorias. Here, the same guide will provide you with an additional 1.5 hour tour. Directly following, transportation will be provided back to the conference hotel.
Date: 26 June, Wednesday
Tour Pick-up/Drop-off Location: Tour picks up at 9:00am from the conference hotel
Duration: Approximately 6-7 hours depending on traffic
Booking: Please click the blue button below to register if you have any questions (including dietary concerns for lunch), contact us.
The Global Studies Conference is pleased to announce the Conference Closing Reception and Award Ceremony.
Jagiellonian University, Common Ground Research Networks and the Global Studies Conference will be hosting the Conference Closing Reception and Award Ceremony at Jagiellonian University's Stuba Communis in the Collegium Maius. The reception will be held directly following the last parallel session of the last day, Friday, 28 June 2019. Join other conference delegates and plenary speakers for drinks, light hor d'oeuvres, the conference awards, and a chance to converse.
We look forward to hosting you!