Krakow is one of the best recognizable cities in this part of Europe visited by about 10 million visitors annually. They are attracted by one-of-a-kind atmosphere and largest historical complex in Poland, unique on global scale, with encompasses over 6000 priceless architectural structures, as well as diversity and high standard of cultural events on offer here.
Krakow is a great city, the historical capital of Poland with the UNESCO's Old Town, famous museums with works of Da Vinci and Rembrandt. The Wawel Castle - the former seat of Polish kings and the Krakow Old Town with Kazimierz district, were listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1978. At that time, this award was given only to 12 places around the world. Małopolska is a real treasure of UNESCO - 14 of the 27 sites on the world heritage list in Poland are located in this region. An example is the Wieliczka Salt Mine, the oldest salt mine in the world, located 12 km south of Krakow. The Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp in Oświęcim was inscribed on the UNESCO list in 1979.
We invite you to visit Krakow on April 26-28, 2019 and participate in the EGS Spring Meeting
Package per person includes:
4 nights on BB in twin room in Hotel Wyspiański
dinner in the Shooting Range Restaurant