DMC Cracow - The Royal City

Cracow – the royal city, where time flows slower and every moment becomes history... According to many, it is the most beautiful city in Poland and one of the most wonderful European cities. When choosing Krakow, you choose unlimited possibilities of organizing business and entertainment meetings. From a modern conference center to historic aristocratic manors, filled with history and unique atmosphere. Also the Malopolski region has a lot to offer : From ski slopes and mountain bike trips to lake sailing in the beautiful mountain scenery. Everything within reach in the European capital of culture and entertainment.


Rich nightlife

The artistic district of Kazimierz

The Wieliczka Salt Mine

Wawel Castle

Over 150 hotels

International airport



There are over 150 hotels with about 10,000 beds in Krakow. Most international hotel brands can be found here. These are both large conference hotels, such as Radisson, Novotel, Sheraton. Many chain hotels can be found near the ICE conference centre. Within the Old Town you will find many luxurious boutique hotels arranged in historic interiors, e.g. Copernicus Hotel, Pod Różą. As a popular city-break destination, Krakow offers many decent 3* hotels, hostels and apartments.


Krakow has many unique spaces, ideal for organizing a unique event. We can choose from many historical spaces within the Market Square, such as the Cloth Hall, or the spaces of the Jagiellonian University. Opened in 2015, the professional ICE conference centre is adapted for conferences, meetings and audiovisual shows in the districts of Kazimierz, Podgórze and Zabłocie. You can find many unique loft-like interiors, such as the Old Depot, Galicia Jewish Museum.


The fact that Krakow's cafes and restaurants serve excellent dishes and drinks, all Cracovians know, they are original, beautiful, some minimalistic or designed on a grand scale. The oasis of excellent restaurants is Kazimierz, this district of Cracow is famous for a huge number of climatic places that delight not only with great food but also with original decor, climate and service. In Kazimierz you will find plenty of places where you can feel the unusual atmosphere created by Jewish culture.


Cultural life 

Krakow, the former capital of Poland, is the cradle of Polish culture and science. Passing through the Barbican, you can reach the Market Square, with St. Mary's Church and the Cloth Hall - the central point of the market with souvenirs and local handicrafts. After sightseeing the Market Square you can go to Kazimierz - a district of Krakow, once a separate city where Jews settled, after being expelled from Krakow in the 15th century.  It is worthwhile to combine your stay in Krakow with a festival, a theatre performance or a concert by a world star. Krakow's cultural calendar is full of events throughout the year - numerous festivals and theater reviews are held. 

Night life 

Cracow night life is very reach and exciting. Around the Main Square you can find many clubs with the international vibe, playing all kinds of music: techno, latino, and disco. Cracow specialty are jazz bars with a wonderful vibe, brick decoration and variety of designated cocktails. If you are looking for the Bohemian and artistic atmosphere, you should visit bars and cafes in Kazimierz.  In the summer, there are many bars at the Vistula river, with a wonderful Cracow panorama. 

Group activities 

Cracow offers a lot for the groups. You can make a culinary tour in the Old Town, organize cooking classes. You can organize the cruise along the Vistula river to Tyniec and enjoy a bit of nature and silence. For the history fans you can have a trabi tour in the Nowa Huta area, where you can find out a lot about Polish history of communism. For the active groups we can organize the bike tours and off road tours in the green areas near Cracow. 

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