Kraków – ICE Centre
over 36.000 m² of conference space
Spacious, multifunctional and glazed foyer adapted for activities such as hosting of exhibitions and sponsor and exhibition stands with a view of Wawel
ICE has three main halls at its disposition: an Auditorium, a Theatre Hall and Chamber Hall, accommodating a maximum of 2100, 600 and 300 users respectively
Theatre Hall with its folding seats will allow the floor area to be increased when being used for banquets or exhibitions
Kraków – Auditorium Maximum
Max auditorial cap: 1200 pax
Modern lecture theatre complex, officially opened in 2005
Main hall can be divided into two smaller ones for 600 persons each
Additionally the object features:
- one lecture room for 250 persons
- two for 150 persons
- one for 100 persons
- Spacious foyes
Kraków – Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology
Max auditorial cap: 380 pax
Located just on the river bank of Vistula river
Lovely view on Wawel hill with Royal Castle
Building is recognized as one of the 20 most interesting architectual projects in Poland
One conference room for up to 380 pax
Spacious lobby and foyer
Kraków – Accommodation
Total number of all available hotels
TOP FIVE HOTELS
Sheraton Grand Krakow
ul. Powiśle 7, 31-101, Kraków, Polska
Holiday Inn Centrum
ul. Wielopole 4, 31-072, Kraków, Polska
Radisson Blu Hotel, Krakow
ul. Straszewskiego 17, 31-101, Kraków, Polska
Crown Piast Hotel & Park
ul. Radzikowskiego 109, 31-342, Kraków, Polska
ul. Szczepańska 5, 31-011, Kraków, Polska
Kraków – Wawel Hill and the Royal Castle
The most popular and the richest museum in Poland - Wawel Castle
In its 71 magnificent rooms with 7.040 sq. meters of floor space, several thousands of priceless works of art are on display
The most valuable of all the works of art in the Wawel collection are the Arras tapestries
The Royal Armory with its collection of the standards and colors of the Teutonic Knights won in the Battle of Grunwald in 1410 is also worth seeing.
Wawel Cathedral used to be the scene of coronations and is the eternal resting place of the kings of Poland.
Wawel hill is dominated by the Cathedral, the Castle and the defense towers.
In the Sigismund Tower hangs the largest bell in Poland, called ”Zygmunt". The Renaissance Sigismund Chapel by the Cathedral, roofed with pure gold, is an absolutely unique architectural monument.
Kraków – Stained Glass Museum
Located in a townhouse constructed especially for the purposes of Kraków Stained Glass Company S.G. Żeleński,
Exhibition areas blend together with the premises of the atelier, which has been operating here since 1902.
The Living Museum: this is where the atelier/workshop and the permanent exhibition with the historical collection are located
Workshops with professionals who help the group in creating their own masterpiece.
Kraków – Wieliczka Salt Mine
Unique global heritage site, registered in the first UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage List
opened in the 13th century, the mine produced table salt continuously until 2007, as one of the world's oldest salt mines in operation
A wooden staircase with 378 steps provides access to the mine's 64-metre (210-foot) level. A 3-kilometre (1.9-mile) tour features corridors, chapels, statues, and underground lake, 135 metres (443 ft) underground.
Each year visited by more than one million tourists from all over the world
Possibility to have night-time programme with numerous tasks and surprises
Kraków – Tyniec Abbey
Beautifully located on the rock overlooking the Vistula River.
Nine centuries ago Benedictines arrived at this place and built a monastery Monks from Tyniec are famous for their own-made products, including different kind of liquors, marmalades and herbs. Possibility to have an organ concert.
Special “Feast at the Monk’s’