Warsaw, a rapidly growing capital if Poland and its biggest city is a place not to be missed when considering the next host city for your event or incentive. As a DMC in Warsaw, we are proud of its vast cultural heritage, original venues and amazing MICE infrastructure. Warsaw is a hub for many international corporate companies for Central Europe and EMEA regions.
The fact that the number of investments in the city has not been diminishing for the last few years is a proof of a dynamic market situation in Warsaw. The city’s good budget management and model urban plans result in our capital being a growing and having a continuously developing skyline. In fact, with the rising of the Varso Tower which will be 340m tall, Warsaw will soon become the tallest city in the European Union. .
Where to organise an event in Warsaw?
Warsaw is a city of many faces. Warsaw’s vibrant life goes on from mornings to evenings. Just as New York, it is a city that never sleeps. Whether you want to organise a gala dinner on the 30th floor of a skyscraper, enjoy a cocktail party at one of Warsaw’s roof top bars, or maybe hold your conference at a former factory at the industrial Praga district of Warsaw – this is all possible in the Polish capital. Warsaw posseses a variety of royal, industrial, modern and chic venues that can be adjusted to your event needs. As a DMC for Warsaw, our aim is always to select the best possible venue.
Places to visit in Warsaw
Apart from the opportunity to organise events in Warsaw, the capital of Poland may offer a variety of extraordinary and unique attractions. We recommend starting your visit in Warsaw from the very centre of Warsaw where you can see the symbol of this city, namely the Palace of Culture and Science. Next, you should head in the direction of the Bank Square (Plac Bankowy) and the Saxon Garden (Park Saski). It is in the vicinity of the Saxon Garden where you may find the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier (Grób Nieznanego Żołnierza) as well as the Old Town, entered into the list of historic monuments, that was destroyed to the ground during World War II and rebuilt at the end of the 1940s. Warsaw offers you also a beautiful Nowy Świat Street, the "Sejm" of the Republic of Poland, Łazienki Park (Łazienki Królewskie), Wilanów Palace and many other attractions which will imprint on the memory of every tourist. The recent tourist gems of Warsaw include the river bank of the Vistula river, where you may take a river cruise, sunbathe at the Warsaw beach or party hard till the very morning at one of the boulevard-located clubs.