Krakow – the historical capital of Poland - is definitely one of the most beautiful royal and university cities in Europe with its enormous cultural heritage and fabulous old architecture. Many of its monuments date back to the far Middle Ages and Renaissance. Perfectly preserved, they form an irresistible variety of narrow streets, resembling those of southern Italy, magnificent palaces, bourgeois residences and soaring churches, so beautifully gathered between the largest in Europe Old Market Square and the Wawel Castle Hill. These two world scale architectural highlights reflect the talent and temperament of Italian artists who marked the city with its precious Renaissance flair.
Krakow it is also a friendly and open minded city, pulsating with life. Numerous art exhibitions, omnipresent street performers, but also romantic café gardens, chic pubs and clubs, they all create this absolutely unique ambience which decides about the attractiveness of the city.
Defined as one of the most exclusive and authentic European destinations, Krakow offers a vast range of luxury services: historical hotels, fine restaurants, high class museums, elegant boutiques and galleries. Absolutely priceless is the possibility of adapting historical venues, like Collegium Maius at Jagiellonian University, Old Slowacki Theatre or Renaissance Cloth Hall, for special ceremonies, gala dinners or meetings. It creates limitless opportunities for first class incentive programs and beautiful, client tailored art & culture tours.
Krakow is a city of artists and great music festivals, like Misteria Paschalia or Sacrum Profanum. Spending musical Easter in Krakow became already an old and worthy tradition.
One of the main attractions of the region is the historical Salt Mine Wieliczka with its amazing underground salt churches, romantic lakes and magical labyrinths of salt chambers. In this unusual underground venue you can experience your most amazing gala dinner, meeting or just a special visits.