Strong Fu­ture for MICE

Krakow, the former cap­i­tal of Poland, has steadily built up on its MICE in­fra­struc­ture over the years, and to­day the city is pep­pered with a num­ber of small to medium-sized event venues. 2015 will see the city open up its most am­bi­tious MICE ven­ture, Inte

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The city, over the years, has built up a strong con­fer­ence in­fra­struc­ture with ho­tels and restau­rants, sup­ported by tech­nol­ogy and trained per­son­nel. The city also has some very in­ter­est­ing in­cen­tives on of­fer. Krakow’s lo­ca­tion and her­itage con­sti­tute an ad­di­tional ar­gu­ment in favour of or­gan­is­ing con­fer­ences, events and in­cen­tives in this beau­ti­ful Pol­ish city.

Numer­ous venue op­tions

One of the big­gest venues for meet­ings and con­fer­ences in Krakow is the Gro­mada Ho­tel and Con­fer­ence Cen­tre which can ac­com­mo­date around 4,880 peo­ple. The city has other im­por­tant venues like the Jagiel­lonian Univer­sity which has an au­di­to­rium that can ac­com­mo­date up to 1,200 peo­ple. Other pop­u­lar venues are Krakow Univer­sity of Eco­nom­ics which has a multi-func­tional con­fer­ence room that seats 1,500 and the Krakow Opera House and Phil­har­monie Hall which have au­di­to­ri­ums for 850 and 693 peo­ple, re­spec­tively.

Krakow Con­ven­tion Bureau sup­port

• Pro­vid­ing the en­tirety of in­for­ma­tional and pro­mo­tional ma­te­ri­als

• Pro­vid­ing in­for­ma­tion on events and at­trac­tions ac­com­pa­ny­ing busi­ness tourism

• Pro­vid­ing in­for­ma­tion on the cal­en­dar of cul­tural, tourist and sports events

Post-event Ac­tiv­i­ties

The her­itage of Krakow pro­vides am­ple op­por­tu­nity for sight­see­ing. Whether it is a visit to the Wieliczka Salt Mines or Podziemia Rynku (Rynek Un­der­ground) which re­veals the foun­da­tion and ar­chae­o­log­i­cal re­mains of the orig­i­nal mar­ket square from the 10th cen­tury or a visit to the Auschwitz Camp, a re­minder of Nazi atroc­i­ties; each of th­ese lets you ex­pe­ri­ence a pieceof his­tory.

wide con­nec­tiv­ity Groups from In­dia can fly to Krakow with Lufthansa, Aeroflot or Fin­nair, with one or two stopovers. The cities in In­dia that op­er­ate (stopover) flights to Krakow are New Delhi (Fin­nair & Lufthansa), Bengaluru (Lufthansa), Chen­nai...

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