Krakow is second after Warsaw for popularity with conference planners. Krakow has had a huge influx of visitors since Poland joined the EU in 2004. Krakow has a range of conference spaces available to suit any requirements.
More about Krakow:
Krakow is Poland’s second largest city and has traditionally been the centre for Poland’s cultural, academic and artistic life.
Things to do around Krakow:
* Take a trip to Wawel Castle and the Old Town
* Check out Rynek Glowny – the main market square
* Make a visit to Oskar Schindler’s Factory
* Visit the Cloth Hall – it could be considered the oldest mall in the world
There are lots of things to do just outside of Krakow also, the beautiful areas of Kazimierz and Podgorze, the Salt Mines; which includes an underground lake and Church made of salt, the Ojcow National Park and the site of Auschwitz.
Krakow International Airport
Krakow Airport is the second busiest airport in the country after Warsaw. The airport also has a favourable location on the network of existing and planned motorways in this region of Poland.
The Balice Express train service operates between Krakow City Centre and Krakow Airport. It takes circa20 minutes to get to the city centre by train and 20-30 minutes by car or coach.