Without a doubt, Krakow is one of the most popular cities in Poland and the one with the most visited tourist attractions. Kracow’s individuality, artistic climate and numerous opportunities amaze and attract people from around the world. It therefore comes as no surprise that nearly 13.5 million people visited Krakow only in 2018.
As a DMC for Krakow, we may offer a variety of venues that are linked closely with the historical aspects of Krakow as the former and historical capital of Poland. But the biggest hit with event organisers is definitely the Wieliczka Salt Mine where you can organise a conference or a gala dinner a few hundred metres below the ground. Whether you’d like to find an industrial, royal or maybe a modern congress centre such as the newly opened ICE Congress Centre, a plethora of venues for events and incentives is available in Krakow.
What to see in Cracow?
The Main Square with Sukiennice (The Cloth Hall) and Wawel are the biggest Cracow’s attractions for tourists. Without a doubt, it is there where you can encounter the greatest number of visitors. However, Cracow has much more to offer. Together with cobbled streets with music of street artists echoing from dawn till dusk, popular trips in cult barouches and local food, Krakow creates an extraordinary atmosphere which has survived over the hundreds of years. If you want to feel a truly Krakow-like splendour, we recommend you to visit a Jewish district and try meatless cuisine of high quality. The Cracow we know today as well as many Polish traditions originated in Jewish culture. Moreover, plenty of local attractions from the UNESCO’s World Heritage List will enrich your stay in Cracow.