8 Kolobrzeska, Bydgoszcz, Poland

Poland is very popular among foreign groups to organize various conferences and fairs. The main advantage of Poland and the reason for that are very competitive prices, not only for hotel amenities but also for food and possible group attractions. We want to describe to you our standard tour of this type on the example of a group of our Norwegian clients. The group counted 26 people. They arrived to Poland between the 6th and 8th of April last year. On the day of arrival they were greeted at the airport by our excellent Norwegian speaking guide Helena. Then, we transferred them by coach to their hotel for check-in and they continued with 2 hours of Gdańsk’s Old Town sightseeing. Just a short walk from their 4 star Qubus Hotel just in the middle of the city centre. At 19:00 they had dinner in Latający Holender restaurant with 2 chosen menus for the group members respecting also all food allergies in the group. On the 7th of April the group participated in the conference from 9:00 to 16:00. During the conference they had all day coffee break with cakes and fresh fruit and also lunch at 12:00. They had free afternoon to explore the city centre on their own and then at 19:30 they had a gourmet dinner in the excellent Kubicki Restaurant that specializes in beef dishes. Next day, the group had conference between 9:00 and 12:00 with continuous coffee break and lunch at 12:00 in their hotel. After that the group took leisure cruise to Westerplatte Peninsula in Leo Galleon. After the cruise the group came back to hotel for their luggage and they were transferred for their flight back home. Both Gdańsk and Kraków are very convenient for such short conferences as their old towns and city centres are very compact and pedestrian friendly, which allows the conference or fair members enjoy multitude of attractions just in walking distance from their hotels. We heartily recommend these locations for such short business meetings.