For the 28th time, we invite you to join us during the fair and present your offer among international leaders in the physical medicine and rehabilitation sector. The Rehabilitation Fair combines science, business and practice. Over two hundred companies from more than ten countries are going to present the most modern equipment and solutions making everyday life easier for disabled people.
phone: +48 42 637 12 15
mobile: +48 691 590 900
The Fair enables you to:
Surveys show that 65% of the visitors are people from management departments that purchase equipment for their institutions. More than 30% of them are specialists (doctors, physiotherapists, and massage therapists).
The Rehabilitation Fair is a space that allows you to exchange experiences and knowledge; a place to establish direct contacts with customers from the world of business and medicine.
Tickets will be available both online and during the show at the cash desk.
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REHABILITACJA Fair takes place in Łódź, which is third biggest city in Poland and the former textile industry empire. Today Łódź is a city of unique palaces, villas and nineteenth-century textile factories. The city of art festivals, openings, exhibitions, and exciting music events. It’s a metropolis where a landscape of industrial architecture mixes with silhouettes of the 20th century office buildings and production halls transformed into a modern, stylish objects.
Łódź is uniquely important communication hub, linking many national routes and two trans-european highways. Lodz Airport is located in the south-western part of the city, 6 km away from the Hala Expo, which is multifunctional exhibition and congress center.
The Airport location ensures fast access to the very centre of Lodz (Piotrkowska Street) and the main train station (Lodz Kaliska). It takes a few minutes to get to Lodz hotels and shopping centres. The Lodz Widzew train station may be reached in approximately 30 minutes.
Łódź can be reached from three different airports:
Lodz Airport is located in the south-western part of the city, 6 km away from the Hala Expo, where Rehabilitation is held. 31 European capitals are within the range of regional flights from Lodz Airport. Main destinations are: Munich, Athens, Dublin, Eeast Midlands, London Stansted.
Warsaw Chopin Airport is an international airport located in Warsaw . As Poland’s largest covering 834 hectares of land, and busiest airport, Warsaw Chopin handles just under 40% of the country’s air passenger traffic. Getting to Łódź from Warsaw Chopin Airport takes approximately 90 minutes.
Wrsaw Modlin Airport is located 150 km north of Łódź. The airport is intended to be used by low-cost carriers, currently exclusively served by Ryanair.
An excellent geographical location is the main advantage of the city – in the center of Poland, at the junction of motorways and railway main lines, mainly transit directions of east-west and north-south, junction between two motorways: A1 (north – south) and A2 (east – west). The city is located only 130 km from Warsaw, the closest border crossing is in Cieszyn, at a distance of approximately 280 km. The closest motorways or expressways include: A1, A2, S8, S14 DK1, DK14, DK71, DK72, DK91, DW710, DW713.
Approximate distance to some of the Polish cities:
to Bydgoszcz – 200 km,
to Czestochowa – 125 km,
to Gdansk – 330 km,
to Katowice – 190 km,
to Krakow – 240 km,
to Lublin – 250 km,
to Olsztyn – 290 km,
to Opole – 180 km,
to Poznan – 200 km,
to Radom – 147 km,
to Szczecin – 440 km,
to Warsaw – 130 km,
to Wroclaw – 215 km.
Information regarding the train timetables is to be found on the websites of Polish railway companies:
Venue's closest railway station is Lodz Kaliska. You can also reach the exhibition center both from Lodz Widzew and Lodz Fabryczna stations.
We recommend Tele-Taxi 400 400.
Venue is easily reachable by public transport – both trams and buses.
Trams: 15, 16, 17
Stop: Politechniki – Targi Lodzkie
Buses: 77, 55, 74A, 77
Stop: Politechniki - Radwańska