Learn more about ECCNA!
To make your life easier, we decided to collect information about ECCNA in the form of a FAQ. If, after all, you do not find answers to your questions, do not hesitate to write to us – at the bottom of the page you will find a link to the contact form.
ECCNA is an abbreviation of the European Conference and Convention of Narcotics Anonymous, which takes place once a year in various European cities. This year ECCNA will be held in Krakow on July 27-29, 2018.
Yes, but: .Please be cosiderate of our guiding principles and the anonymity of others as you share your photos and videos from this NA event. Members have freedom to decide if, when and to what extent they want to disclose their identity as NA members, however they shouldn’t make this decision in behalf on somebody else.
*For more information, please see the service pamphlet Social Media and Our Guiding Principles.
Yes, you can take your family, children and non-addicted friends with you – they do not have to pay accreditation, but we have special badges for them. Remember that anyone must have a registration badge to gain access to the convention center, and anyone, including children older than 11 years, must have a ticket to attends a special event.
There is no one right answer to this question. If you want to explore Krakow, it is a reasonable solution to come even a week earlier to admire the sights and attractions of Krakow. In order to take part in all planned ECCNA activities in a calm way, it is worth to arrive in Krakow the day before or on the day of starting the Convention, from the morning – the official start of the convention will take place on Friday afternoon.
The opening and availability of Expo Kraków coincide with our schedule and during these hours we can be there: Friday 10:00-1:30; Saturday 7:30-2:30; Sunday 7:30-16:00
No, there will be no card payment options at the stands served by the NA. If you plan to buy gadgets, prepare cash in Euro or Polish Zloty.
Yes – there will be an open medical facility on site, and a medical rescuer will watch over our security.
Yes, we will provide a place where you can charge the phone, but remember to bring your own chargers for phones, as well as plug adapters, if you need one. In Poland, we use Euro-plug (230V) sockets. Also remember that there will be a limited number of sockets available, and there may be many people willing to charge phones, so make sure you charge the phone during the night.
The whole facility is adjusted to the needs of our disabled clients. All offices, halls and rooms are situated at Level 0 and the restaurant is accessible by lifts situated by the main entrance. All doors are wide enough for a wheelchair and there are no thresholds.
At the moment, we do not have permission to enter the EXPO area with animals.
There is an ATM at the main entrance to the Expo lobby. We make every effort to use it during ECCNA. The nearest ATM outside our area is located in a shopping center (800 m from the facility).
On both sides of the facility, bicycle racks are installed at the parking lot. The area of EXPO Krakow is monitored, however we kindly ask you to secure your bikes.
No, it is not possible. The Expo area is closed for the night, so there will be no way to stay there.
Pre-Registration can be done online by 30 June 2018 at a price of 25 euros.
To make a registration fee, prepare cash – you will not be able to pay by card.
No, children do not pay accreditation, just like non-addicted people. Remember, however, that children over 11 years of age must have an entrance ticket for special events.
Yes, we make every effort to ensure that no unauthorized person has access to your data. This also applies to ECCNA’s organizing committees – access to data is only available to persons directly handling registration and payments. Similarly, it will be in place in Krakow.
The accreditation point will be located in the main hall of the EXPO Krakow – it will be easy to reach after entering the main entrance.
Registration on site will be open: Friday 10:30-21:30, Saturday 9:00-21:30, Sunday 9:00-13:00.
Accreditation on the spot you can pay in Euro or Polish Zloty – remember, however, that the registration fee on the spot will be 35 Euro (Pre-registration 25 Euro), and the ticket for Saturday concert will cost 15 Euro (in advance 10 Euro).
How to get?
To Expo Krakow can be reached by bus or tram: Tram lines: 1, 14, 22, stop Rondo 308. Dywizjonu; Bus lines: 174, 178, M1 Nowohucka stop.
Yes, 300 parking spaces will be available at our disposal at the fenced, monitored parking lot at the Expo Kraków.
There are many ways to get there. You can come to Krakow by plane, arrive by train, bus, car or motorbike. Within Krakow, you can get there by car, bike, on foot, by taxi or by public transport: by tram or by bus.
Yes, of course if you like walking. From the Center to Expo Krakow is about 6 km on foot.
The nearest airport is Krakow Airport them. John Paul II. It is about 20 km from Expo. Airport code: KRK. Website http://www.krakowairport.pl/en/
This is where the restaurant will be open and the food-truck will be available. In addition, there will be a stand at the event area served by NA servants, where you can buy tasty coffee or tea.
Yes of course. We made sure that the menu also includes vegetarian dishes.
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