The capital of Poland, our cosmopolitan city is soon-to-be the tallest city in the EU (with the planned skyscrapers of 330m) and features the UNESCO Heritage Site listed Old Town, eclectic architecture andone of the most beautiful city beaches in Europe. The city centre is located around 20 minutes transfer from the airport and all the key venues and hotels are all located within 30 minute transfer distance from each other. Warsaw is inspiring, modern and very accessible. Great for conferences, congresses and incentives.
Historical capital of Poland, according to a fairy tale the city is safeguarded by a dragon living in the caves below the Krakow castle; a mesmerising city with ancient Old Town and the biggest market square in Europe; the most visited city in Poland, Krakow attracts millions of tourists each year. Horse-ridden carriages, cobble-stoned streets and, Klezmer music from the Jewish district – all make Krakow a place worth visiting. Let’s not forget about the stunning UNESCO listed Wieliczka salt mine just outside of the city.
Gdańsk & Tricity
Located at the Baltic Sea, Gdansk is a historical city where WWII began in 1939 and the Solidarity movement started strikes in 1980 leading to Poland's transition into democracy; a bedrock of Polish independence and an inspiring city; together with the adjoined cities of Sopot (with the longest wooden pier in Europe) and Gdynia, it forms a remarkable tricity. Tricity boasts a variery of amazing venues and incentive options.