Looking where to get titers, well there
are two methods of getting there. One way is to take the taxi to the
The second way is slightly cheaper, and
you get to see a little more of the city. This mode involves using the
tram system. Catch Tram 15 on Przybyszewskiego St. You will
stay on it until you reach the fourth stop. This is the stop where to
the left you will have Dabrowskiego St and to the right you will have
Most Teatralny/Fredry St. Get off, and try to catch either Tram 9,
10, or 11. Get on either of these trams and stay on for 2 stops.
On the second stop get off. When you get off, head in the direction
that the tram would (with the exception of Tram 9 which turns at the
intersection). You will have to cross the street. When you get to the
other side of the street, go underneath the bridge and keep walking
for about 30 seconds. You should come upon a bus stop. When you get to
that point, the building you are looking for will be on your left.
There will be a gate a few steps ahead where you will enter. Once in,
proceed to the back of the building as that is the entrance to the
lab. Walk up the stairs and you are in. In the window on your left,
tell the person what you need.
I would advise that you take someone
who can speak Polish so that you can communicate. Also, ask that they
give you a print out of the results in English. If you ask, they will
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