Kraków is one of the best recognizable cities in this part of Europe. New congress centres and original interiors of historic buildings can provide services and add the appropriate prestige to each event.
Kraków has a well-developed congress and conference infrastructure with 3 leading venues: ICE Kraków Congress Center – Kraków’s flagship business and cultural venue, with over 1000 events organized already, TAURON Arena Kraków – the largest sports and entertainment complex in Poland and at the same time one of the most modern venue of its kind in the world, and last but not least EXPO KRAKÓW – perfect for fairs and exhibitions.
Creative Kraków enters into dialogue with traditional Kraków in many ways – showing that innovation, the avantgarde and alternative can happily coexist in a city usually associated with history making use of another invaluable resource – its people – creative, hard-working and full of energy. This all applies to the business tourism sector, as in this city the modern infrastructure of congress centres and hotels goes hand in hand with the beautiful, unique interiors of museums, palaces, venues for special events. Only in recent years it has hosted seminal events, such as UNESCO’s 41st session of the World Heritage Committee and 15th World Congress of the Organization of World Heritage Cities, as well as a wide range of medical congresses of diverse subject matter.
Kraków’s streets and squares are lined with monuments of all ages. It is a city of art and a city of museums, included on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Kraków is a city of kings; it has been Poland’s spiritual capital for centuries, and today it is the centre of the country’s cultural capital. Cultural heritage is the cities greatest resource driving the city’s development. Currently, Kraków is the artistic and intellectual centre of Poland, and one of the most popular tourist spot in Europe. It also boasts some some of the best and priceless collections in Poland. The National Museum in Wawel, the Jagiellonian University Museum, the Jewish Museum, and Oscar Schindler’s factory and the Rynek Underground Museum are only some of the museums available to visit during a longer stay in Kraków.
Krakow has been selected in 2021 as the host city for the 61st ICCA Congress in 2022, and the registrations for the event are open since the start of october. You can register for the ICCA Congress here: https://www.iccacongress.org/
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