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Christmas season is magical time of the year in most areas of the world. Christmas preparations usually start about a month before Christmas and bring lots of joy in the middle of the cold Polish winter. One of the main magnets for tourists in this period of preparations are Christmas markets (traditional German: Weihnachtsmarkt). This tradition as many customs connected with Christmas has become international and also popular in Poland. Big and small Christmas markets are organized in many Polish cities and towns around the country. The most well-known include Christmas markets in Krakow, Warszawa, Wroclaw and Gdanks. This time we want to tell you about a group that was arriving to Krakow from Norway last December. The group was arriving on board of special charter plane and counted around 200 guests. They were staying in 6 Krakow’s hotels Holiday Inn Kraków Old Town, Novotel Center, Amadeus, Pod Różą, Plus Q and Rubinstein Hotel. The groups mostly enjoyed Krarów Christmas Market’s attractions at the biggest market square in Europe but they were some other culinary attractions too, such as regional and Christmas dishes tasting in such marvellous restaurants as Kogel Mogel, Wesele, La Campana, del Papa and Ariel. All groups also had Cracow sightseeing with 5 various Norwegian guides, Wieliczka salt mine visit and laser fights team building. Some groups also connected the stay with company matters solving and ordered conference rooms for meetings. All in all it was very hectic and attractive 3 days in the biggest tourist attraction city in Poland that we can heartily recommend to all our clients and we are deeply proud that we were able to organize the whole stay with all the necessary arrangements.

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