Incentives, Special Groups, Meetings, Conferences, Congresses
Mazurkas Travel with a staff of 25 dedicated professionals is proud to be the leading DMC in Poland. We specialize in creation and realization of tailor-made programs for Incentive Groups and special interest tours in Warsaw, Krakow, Gdansk, Wroclaw and other towns in Poland from concept to making the detailed ground arrangements. Through our creativity, professionalism and attention to detail, our overriding goal has constantly been to build a strong relationship with our clients, to understand, to meet and to exceed their expectations.



June 2002

Most of MAZURKAS TRAVEL incentive clients visit Warsaw. Usually our guests choose a day trip to Krakow, but the city is worth a longer stay with at least one overnight. Only this way you will really be able to feel Krakow’s fantastic atmosphere.

Krakow proves to be the most attractive city for visitors coming to Poland, with its rich history and thousands of architectural monuments. The city became the seat of the Polish monarchy and the country’s capital in the 11th century and kept its prize position until 1596, when Sigismund III Vasa moved the capital to Warsaw.

Thanks to the fortuitous absence of major catastrophes, Krakow’s heritage remains fully intact for today’s visitors to enjoy.
Listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site and considered exceptional even in such a distinguished company, Krakow’s enchanting Old Town boasts countless buildings of architectural and historic importance, including the Wawel Castle and the Cathedral complex, where the Polish kings and national heroes lie buried, and one of mediaeval Europe’s largest market places with its beautiful renaissance Cloth Hall and gothic Church of St. Mary.

The beauty of Krakow’s building is matched by the wealth of its cultural heritage, which not only recalls its past status as the capital of Poland, but also the proximity of the Carpathians and the city’s one-time inclusion within the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
The latter influence is still reflected in the popularity of Hungarian cuisine in a city renowned for its many and varied restaurants. Put such culinary delights together with the rich collections in Krakow’s galleries and museums. Add in the city’s unique „Festival of Festivals” offering everything from Jewish culture to military bands, from street processions to St. John’s Night festivities. Throw in a trip to the sculpted wonders of the nearby Wieliczka Salt Mine, and it is clear why Krakow is an unbeatable destination for an incentive.

Krakow is the only town in Poland, where guests may find plenty of luxurious, not too large hotels, housed in interesting historical buildings. MAZURKAS TRAVEL can recommend you „Francuski”, „Grand”, „Copernicus” and many others.

The “Copernicus” hotel however is the most interesting and unique. The building was constructed in the 14th century as a house for canons from the Royal Wawel Cathedral. It officially opened its doors in 2000. Situated at the foot of the Wawel Castle Hill and only a 5 minutes walk away from the Old Town Square, this four star hotel offers the best accommodation in the city. The carefully renovated interiors of this 600 years old building (authentic wall frescos from 16th century can be found in some of the rooms) as well as the fabulous glass roofed patio, full of light and greenery, create a unique charm. Two other parts of the hotel are also exceptional: the blue swimming pool located in the late gothic cellars and the caf

St-Mary's Church

Cracow Wawel Hill

Copernicus Hotel

Ogniem I Mieczem