The 2013 European Go Congress will be held the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland, July 27-August 11. Attendance is expected to approach one thousand, including most of the strongest European players, some strong Far Eastern amateurs, and pros from China, Japan, and Korea. In addition to the ten-round main tournament, there will be a five-round weekend tournament, a nine-round rapid tournament, and a six-round blitz tournament, plus tournaments for pairs, teams, children, and computers, tournaments on 13 x 13 and 9 x 9 boards, and more. For those who can tear themselves away from the go board, there will be equipment for other board games, plus a gymnasium, basketball and volleyball courts, and a football field.
For those with academic interests, the congress will include a new event: the first EGC Science Conference, covering go-related topics in computer science as well as the history, culture, psychology, and pedagogy of go. Olsztyn is in the Masurian Lakes district of Poland, so there will also be opportunities for swimming and boating.
Further information can be found at the congress website.