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.


Poland's Exciting Cities...

September 2012

Warszawa - Warsaw

A City with an Attitude

See the capital of Poland located on both banks of the VistulaRiver, its' amazing historical and modern architecture reflects its turbulent history. Meet its friendly people and experience their hospitality. See the beautifully restored historical district of the Old Town, various restaurants, shops and galleries, the elegant Royal Route and the vibrant cosmopolitan downtown area with first class modern architecture.

There is much to offer people of all ages and the atmosphere is always fantastic. From Castle Square to Chopin Monument, from Lazienki Park to Wilanow Palace, Warsaw is an exciting city waiting to be discovered.

The city features easy access with excellent international connections with direct flights from every part of Europe. Fryderyk Chopin International Airport is only 30 minutes’ drive from the downtown. Warsaw has the largest meeting/conference infrastructure in Poland, able to host events of any size. Castles, palaces, museums, universities, galleries, post-communist structures and modern buildings are an ideal venue for unforgettable gala dinner.

Warsaw is rich in history and culture, making it a perfect place for your next meeting.


Kraköw - Cracow

A City of Kings

Cracowhas World Heritage charm and is known as the cultural capital of Poland. A university city, Cracow, is bustling day and night with its' lively pubs, cafes and clubs. A great variety of restaurants invite you to linger and treat yourself to a delicious meal. Traditional Polish dishes or expertly cooked international specialties are served in elegant interiors, historical halls or romantic cellars.

Cracow is a hive of attractions with Leonardo da Vinci's famous “Lady with an Ermine” at the Czartoryski Museum, a great collection of tapestries in the WawelCastle, the largest and one of the most beautiful town squares in Europe and the unique underground world of salt lakes, chambers and monuments in Wieliczka Salt Mine. Many of the hotels in Cracow are located in historical buildings and are stylish, charming and "have a soul”.
A former capital, this unique city has survived turns of history retaining approximately 3000 historical buildings from different ages. Your conference meeting or gala dinner can be organized in many of these prestigious historical venues.

Cracow - a perfect location for any occasion.



A Fascinating City of Amber

Gdansk is an old Hanseatic town more than 1,000 years old with a vivid modern history. It's where the Solidarity movement started, which led by Lech Walesa contributed to the fall of communism and transformation in Central and Eastern Europe.

Pay a visit to the restored Old Town and the picturesque waterfront. Try the Goldwasser vodka and one of local fish restaurants. Culture and entertainment, adventure and recreation - there is plenty to offer and Gdansk has something to suit all tastes.

Gdansk can be called an amber city as the Gulf of Gdansk is the place of the world’s largest amber deposits. Visit nearby Sopot, a bathing resort and spa or Malbork Castle, the famous fortress of Teutonic Knights Order, an amazing complex of walls, towers, and a labyrinth of chambers and dungeons.

The city of Gdansk with Sopot and Gdynia has enormous potential to become a renowned conference and congress center. The new international Lech Walesa Airport, the new Ergo Sport Arena and Municipal Stadium and the Baltic Philharmonic Hall are just some of the new investments that Gdansk can offer as conference, incentive and meeting destinations.



The Pearl of Lower Silesia

See the fascinating city less than 300 km away from both Prague and Dresden, which celebrated its millennium in the year 2000. Discover Wroclaw's visitor attractions, among which are the Gothic Town Hall, the Baroque Aula Leopoldina at the Wroclaw University and the Centennial Hall, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Enjoy its rich history and dynamic, lively and multicultural atmosphere with friendly and open-minded inhabitants. Whatever your preferences are, there is plenty to do in Wroclaw - the Cultural Capital of Europe 2016. Music has always played a major role in Wroclaw. The Wroclaw Opera House, the Philharmonic and the Wroclaw Music Festivals are the music events which stand out.
The Odra River gives additional beauty to the capital of Lower Silesia.

Wroclaw’s new international Copernicus Airport is located only ten kilometers from the historic center of the city. The Centennial Hall complex with its' new conference center, the Municipal Stadium built by the Sleza River and new hotels with conference facilities create even more opportunities for your next conference or incentive.


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