KRAKOW – one of the most beautiful cities in Europe and one of the most important tourist, cultural and educational centers of Poland. It is considered a cultural capital of state and it never stops to fascinate all of its visitors. Krakow’s old town is listed as a global cultural heritage by UNESCO. Every part of the city is remarkable and attracts the visitors like a magnet. That is the main reason why Krakow is alive in every period of the year, in accordance with its rich history. Actors, musicians, painters, movie makers and artists in general contribute constantly with their work in making that special atmosphere described as “magic” by all the people who visit this great city. Krakow is a phenomenon that combines tradition and the past with the present. Krakow is colorful, vibrant, dynamic, cosmopolitan city full of energy and great fun on every step, where any visitor will find the content of his interests and tastes. Krakow is the oldest and the second largest city in Poland, and it is located on the banks of the Vistula River, populated with 760.000 citizens.
1st day – April 13. Arrival in Krakow. Check in at the selected hotel. Free time for individual activities. Dinner. Overnight.
2nd day – April 14. Breakfast. Press conference at the press centre. Free time for individual activities. Opening ceremony. Participant groups’ performances. Dinner. Optional night out at the disco. Overnight.
3rd day – April 15. Breakfast. Info presentation at the conference room. Sightseeing tour: St. Florian’s Gate, Krakow Barbican, Tower City Assembly, Basilica of the Virgin Mary, salt mines, the National Museum (optional). Participant groups’ performances. Closing ceremony. Dinner. Optional evening entertainment, socializing. Overnight.
4th day – April 16. Breakfast. Hotel check out and departure. End of services.