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Architects? Farmers? Professionals interested in an industry sector’s practices in Poland? Whatever your clients’ area of interest is the DMC New Poland will organise a programme rich in information and meetings with relevant contacts. Depending on the clients’ preferences we can enhance the professional dimension of the trip with geographical, cultural and culinary discoveries as well as dedicated events for the participants.

To make your theme trip to Poland a success, the incoming tour operator New Poland can research, on behalf of the clients, the suitable venues, partners and contacts in Poland, relying on local experts to det up the best programme.

Examples of programs

Architecture of Krakow and Warsaw

4 days 3 nights
Krakow KRK Warsaw WAW
Kracow, Warsaw
Warsaw - MDM district, Soho Factory, Koneser, Zlota 44, Cosmopolitan, Metropolitan, Warsaw Spire ... Krakow - Nowa Huta, Ciricoteka, Mocak, Manggha Museum, ICE ...
Perspective on the evolution of Polish architecture, in-depth tour of the best recent achievements, meetings with Polish architects and urban planners.

The programme includes the visit of Warsaw and Krakow centered on three main architectural themes: the socialist realism of the 1950s, the most interesting achievements of the past twenty years, and the best recent renovations / adaptations. The tours are guided by architects and/or specialised guides and includes meetings and debates with Polish architects and urban planners.

The wood industry in Poland

7 days 6 nights
Krakow KRK Krakow KRK
Krakow, Zakopane, Szczawnica, Nowy Sącz
Kracow, Lanckrona, Zakopane, Nowy Sącz, Wieliczka
Various facets of historic wooden architecture. Krakow, Wieliczka. Visits of factories of the wood industry, meetings with Polish professionals.

The itinerary of this trip focuses on the South of Poland, which allows the review of different aspects of the historical wooden architecture of this region: Lanckrona (wooden village), Zakopane (wooden villas of the late nineteenth and early twentieth), Nowy Sacz (wooden churches). Krakow (city of arrival and departure) and the Wieliczka salt mine are also part of the programme. The professional part includes visits to different establishments in the wood industry and meetings with Polish specialists.