The Congress Centre designed by us creates a new architectural point of reference for the partt of the city bordering on the Vistula boulevards, while at the same time being in keeping with the prestigious, historical and modern context – starting with Wawel Hill, and moving on to the panorama over old Krakow, Kazimierz and Podgórze.
Aside from the unique Auditorium Hall, the second biggest Theatre Hall is especially deserving of note: its folding seats will allow the floor area to be increased when being used for banquets or exhibitions. The centre, able to accommodate 3200 participants, offers also a complex ofconference halls with regulated moveable walls, a glazed three-floor foyer with a view of Wawel, a multifunctional exhibition hall and support areas.
Around the Centre, a special complex for transportation has been erected encompassing ground level parking lots, a bus and minibus terminal and an area for mobile transmission units, as well as a two-level underground parking lot for 347 vehicles. Travelling from the airport takes about 20 minutes, and from the railway and bus stations, it takes barely a quarter of an hour to get to ICE Kraków.