Gateway to the Eastern Europe

The Central European Nation between the Baltic Sea and the Tatra Mountains has much to offer for curious and adventurous travelers. Poland is a historical country with 14 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and a collection of breathtaking natural corners – and some unexpected natural wonders such as the world’s oldest salt mine. Poland’s cities are humming with the energy of art and culture and are a great starting point to discover everything the country has to offer. See for yourself!


Cultural Heart of Central Europe

Krakow is one of Poland’s hidden gems. A gorgeous medieval city centre to explore. Cosy bars and great Polish cuisine. A rich Jewish history, which will inspire you, as well as beautiful natural surroundings makes Krakow perfect for Incentives and Meetings. Also the city provides a wide range of Event Venues for all kinds. 



Capital, business & start-up centre

While honouring its past, Warsaw has turned in to a bustling metropolitan with a growing innovative start up scene. Particularly in Praga, an area where art and alternative culture is growing. And yet you are never far away from a delicious traditional Pierogi (meat filled dumplings). With Warsaw’s mix of eclectic architecture your senses are rewarded on every corner you turn.

Gdańsk, Sopot, Gdynia

Amber, Herrings, Goldwasser and more

Three cities, each with a different history and character, form one flourishing metropolitan area known as the Tri-City. Gdańsk with its historical centre, Shipyard, post-communist Solidarity Movement; Sopot pier – a symbol of carefree seaside holidays, historic ships mooring at Gdynia’s Pomeranian Quay. The list of attractions in the Tricity (the Polish name for the linked cities of Gdańsk, Sopot and Gdynia), where history mixes with modernity, goes on and on.

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Are you looking to organise an event, MICE-travel or an incentive abroad? Whatever stage you’re in – from a vague idea to a specific plan – don’t hesitate to drop us a line!