Poland is one of the larger European countries. Conveniently situated in the middle of the continent of Europe. Poland is a country of mixed cultures and numerous attractions. Country with more than 1000 years history. Alpine style landscape, wide beaches, clean lakes, deep forests and world-class historic monuments.
Surprise-your-guests factor, high value for money, very good level of services, new infrastructure of hotels and venues, latest technologies implemented, venues located in the city centers or in beautiful nature with capacity from 1 up 10 000 delegates and activities prepared for different client profiles.
Beautiful view on St. Mary’s Basilica at the market square in Krakow on the sunrise. Wide angle view with tilt shift effect
Passage with artistic craft souvenir stalls of the gothic cloth hall Sukiennice on the Main Market Square in Krakow. Moving blurred people with unrecognizable faces.
The capital of Poland, the business is here and has the biggest choice of 5* hotels in Poland. Congress and exhibition centers with capacity up to 10 000 people, charming suburbs, parks, buildings and monuments, museums and theaters. The most frequently visited city in Poland. Walking distance city with a beautiful Old Town inscribed on the UNESCO List of a World Cultural Heritage Site Selection of high quality hotels, more than 350 cafés, restaurants and pubs – city which never sleep. Historical and modern venues for events.
Seagull on the wooden pier during the sunrise
Large cranes on a pier in the seaport of Gdansk.
Ferris wheel with water reflection at Trade fair St Dominic in Old Town of Gdansk in the morning, Poland
St. Mary’s church and Mariacka street in the old town center of Gdansk, Poland
Amber Culture Capital, where the freedom was born. Beautiful coastline and sandy beaches, green natural and traditional region of Kaszuby and water adventure activities.
Lodz, Poland – October 3, 2015: People sitting at te tables in OFF Piotrkowska. Off Piotrkowska is a unique venue located on the premises of a former factory ans a continuosly deveoloping center of alternative culture which hosts creative businesses and arts including the trendiest bars; restaurant and design studios, This is Lodz in a nutshell, comprising the best the city to offer, all in one place.
old textile factory building on hipster industrial OFF Piotrkowska place in Lodz,Poland
Lodz, Poland – September 23, 2012: The 4-star andel’s Hotel in Lodz. The location is an unusual one: a former textile mill with a red brick fa!Aaade on the grounds of the Manufaktura shopping, art and cultural centre.
Lodz, Poland – October 9, 2015: Piotrkowska Street during Light Move Festival
View on the church of the Virgin Mary from the Millstone bridge in Wroclaw. Poland.
Little wet garden gnome figurine sitting on a green fence on the bridge in the rain
The picturesque corner of the Japanese garden. Islet among the surface of the water, bordered by pebbles. Graceful bridge. Willow, rhododendrons, ferns
Aerial view of Wroclaw from tower of Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, Poland
Univeristy of Wroclaw (Breclau),Poland. Leopoldina Hall (Aula Leopoldynska)- an example of baroque style.Leopoldina Hall was designed by Krzysztof Laush and errected in the first half of the eighteen century.The hall contains stucco decorations by
Oscypek, regional smoked cheese, made according to traditional recipe, offered for sale on the local market
Polish Highlanders Style Wood Craving. Decorative Raw Wood Craving Closeup.
Hala Gasienicowa(Valey Gasienicowa) in Tatra mountains in Zakopane,Poland
Tatras mountains at sunrise.
Wooden huts scattered on flowery meadow in Tatra Mountains National Park, Poland
View of the Gasienicowa valley and the Zielony Staw lake in Tatra mountains
Snow covered chocholowska valley at sunset, Tatra Mountains, Poland
Fountain in the Saski City Garden during sunny day, Warsaw, Poland
Image of Warsaw, Poland during twilight blue hour.
Narrow streets of Old Town, Warsaw
Warszawa-Wilanów, Poland – July 17, 2011: Residence of King Jan III Sobieski – a baroque palace surrounded by magnificent gardens and farm with outbuildings. Today, the museum.
Walls and towers of the Warsaw barbican, between the Old and New Town. The major tourist attraction
All Saints’ Church at Grzybowski Square with skyscrapers in the downtown of Warsaw, Poland
Warsaw,Poland October 2016:Presidential Palace in Warsaw
DMC Poland: award-winning destination management company with wide experience in comprehensive on-site management of meetings, incentives, conferences and events.
Our clients appreciate us for individualized approach, personal involvement, creativity and flexibility. Driven by passion for what we do, we construct and deliver tailor-made solutions to suit individual needs of persons who choose to trust us with their event. Unusual requests and challenging projects are most welcome – this is where we get to be most creative!
We’re a team of young professionals with passion, outstanding imagination and creative skills that help us deliver the most quirky event concepts. Bright, trustworthy and committed we intend to turn your idea into a great success.
Our company has exclusively dealt with destination management for over a decade. Experience allows us to cater to all kinds of needs, even those quirky ones. We have turned initially vague ideas into unforgettable memories, provided fun local experiences that you won`t find in travel guides. Being a small local business we strongly believe in the value of personal approach: we have built strong relationships with our trusted and carefully selected local partners. As an owner managed company we enjoy awesome perks: we are way more flexible making sure we can do it all: consult, modify and bring your designs to life.
What makes us different
Because we’re owner managed company that permits to have individual approach.
Because we’re small company only 7 people, company that is dedicated only for destination management company services.
Because we are an award-winning company that testify to us: what we do and how we work.
Because we’re here to share our knowledge and experience, provide local expertise and creativity… match your needs precisely and help you to deliver the solutions that meet your objectives.
Because we’re working with carefully selected, trusted and experienced partners that we know personally and we have strong relationships with them.
Because we really like what we do and what we do we do for you. We’re happy to show to the people how Poland beautiful country is.
Because we are Krakow people: we were born in Krakow, we spent here whole our life, our headquarters are in Krakow.
Because we understand what does it mean be a partner and we want to be partner for you!