Organising a corporate event in Krakow?

Meet Piotr Jaworski - Your event architect in Krakow

Piotr joined the team in March 2014 and is our local DMC Warsaw professional. After a career in journalism and media, he started working in the MICE business in 2003. With 11 years of experience Piotr knows all there is to know about the Polish capital and how to make the most out of it for your Warsaw Incentive or Team Building programme. He also gets a kick out of showing different sides of his city and breaking the stereotypes of it. He enjoys spending his free time in the nature and exploring new areas, preferably from the saddle of a bike.

Travel Out There Services

Travel Out There services we can incorporate into your experience:

DMC Services

Incorporating hotel reservations, transfers, venues and restaurants. Be sure to check out our MEETINGS & INCENTIVES GUIDES on our Blog.

Award ceremony

A great opportunity to showcase all the photos and magic moments captured by all teams during the game and reward those teams that excelled.

Customized transfers

Can be included to help theme the experience - bicycles, rickshaws, 4x4 Off Road vehicles, segways, speed boats or vintage cars.

Gala dinner

A venue can be set as the finish point for a lunch or evening dining experience.

Give aways

For all those that participated - a gift authentic to the destination.

Make it meaningful

Points generated during your Travel Out There Experience, are transferred to hard cash, to be donated to a chosen charity. Alternatively, the winning team gets to donate a specified prize fund to their chosen charity / cause.

Krakow Out There - Experience it to believe it!

Beauty and culture. While Warsaw is Poland's capital city and economical centre, Krakow is the cultural centre, and inarguably Poland's most beautiful city. Krakow has always been of the leading centers for Polish academic, cultural, and artistic life and serving as the Royal capital for over 500 year this city is a treasure trove of gothic and renaissance architecture. Luckily, Krakow managed to escape the devastation of WWII and consequently it today has Poland's biggest collection of historic buildings, monuments and artworks, 2.3 million registered in fact.

Blooming economy. Besides being an historical gem, Krakow is also a young and lively university city full clubs, pubs, restaurants and cafes. It is also one of Poland's most important economic hubs, with many international companies represented on the market and big investments being made. The city also has a well-developed MICE-infrastructure, with internationally renowned hotels, good public transportation and modern conference venues.

Central location. Located closed to Poland's south border, Krakow is well placed and can easily be reached from other parts of Europe. The Krakow airport is the second largest in the country with direct flights to 40 different cities. You can also choose to fly in to Warsaw and catch the train to Krakow. It is only a three-hour ride and a great opportunity to catch a glimpse of the Polish countryside.