Ms Marta Kicler | Business Development Director
Mr Andrzej Hulewicz | Vice President
Founded in 1990, Mazurkas DMC Poland is a fully-licensed, privately owned travel company. Today, with a staff of over 50 dedicated professionals at your service their office in Warsaw, are proud to be the leading DMC in Poland.
Specialising in the creation and realisation of tailor-made programmes for Incentive Groups, Product Launches, International Conferences, Conventions, Board Meetings and special interest tours. Mazurkas Travel DMC Poland will always be able to propose something to you, from concept making to consulting, ground arrangements, venue finding, accommodation, transportation, banqueting etc.
Through their creativity, professionalism, attention to detail, and overriding goal has constantly been to build a strong relationship with their clients, to understand, to meet and to exceed your expectations.
They are a young and dynamic team and know there is always a programme suitable for your needs.
Poland may be viewed by many, who have not yet been fortunate enough to visit it, as just one more dull, grey, former East European satellites. Nothing could be further from the truth. Poland, with over 1000 years of history, has a profusion of impressive historical buildings, beautiful scenery and excellent accommodation and has an age-old tradition of hosting international gatherings.
It is a perfect destination, within a reasonably short flying time from most Western European countries to one of its 6 international airports. There are more then enough reasons to visit. Poland is a country of highly diversified landscapes. There are several hundreds kilometers of golden beaches along the Baltic coast.
Just south of the coast, there is a belt of varied, glacially sculpted stretch across the country, one of them being the incomparable Great Mazurian Lake District. Poland is also home to the unique ecosystem of the Biebrza Marshes – a wonderland area for natural habitat enthusiasts and those who enjoy being out on a great opportunity photo-camera safari.
The visitors may come face to face with an elk or a European bison in the Great Bialowieza Forest, one of the last remaining primeval forests in Europe. In the South of Poland you can find a range of scenic mountains, from the limestone crags of the Pieniny to the Alpine peaks of Tatras.
Nature lovers will certainly find something appealing in one of Poland’s 23 National Parks. Poland also features many fascinating examples of historical architecture, beautiful Old Towns in Krakow, Gdansk, Torun and Zamosc, fortified castles such as Malbork and Krakow’s Wawel, and numerous palaces, monasteries and museums documenting Poland’s contribution to the European history and culture.
In addition, Poland has also her own extremely colourful folk crafts, fine arts, music and drama. When constructing an incentive itinerary, you may weave in all or some of the above elements that guarantees a very Polish incentive.
Kampinos National Park Picnic
Board a narrow-gauge steam train that was used to serve small villages. Entertainment is provided by a local band & drinks served. A campfire welcomes the guest to a meadow to enjoy a sausage stew, meat and cabbage, military-style pea soup
Polish Peasant Wedding
This ceremony takes place in a small village next to Łowicz, and is the real 'Polish folklore'. Enjoy impressive dances, music, colourful costumes of a typical wedding ceremony.
Polish Vodka Tasting
Produced in many ways for the last thousand years, Vodka holds an important place in the Polish tradition. An evening of many different vodka brands, learning about the way of Vodka is produced and the customs of serving.
Military Experience – Show and Competition
This event is organised with the participation of the former soldiers of the Polish Army Special Forces. A military training ground is exclusively rented. The group will dress up in military uniforms with the Warsaw Pact insignia and can enjoy a varied range of activities.
The day is finished with a typical soldier’s meal, prepared in a field kitchen. At the end of the event certificates of participation and special prizes are given in a very ceremonial, military way.
Dekada - Step Back to Warsaw 60's and 70's of The 20th Century
Probably the most original and extraordinary interior of a music club in Warsaw. It still has a tramway made in 1960, typical furniture from the same period and even original beer bottles.
On the menu the guests find typical and simple dishes of the communism era in Poland. The only chance to see some of the poor reality of Poland during that age.
Jazz and Pub Night in Kraków
During the evening among three of the best pubs in Krakow are visited. The highlight of the evening will be a visit to the only mini brewery of the city – CK BROWAR – where a typical beer dinner, including their famous different beer casseroles / topped with cheese, meat, fish, black pudding, scrambled eggs etc will be served.
Teutonic Night in Malbork
Have you ever experienced a true knight’s tournament followed by a feast at the largest castle of the Teutonic Order? Knights to invite you to a delicious, medieval dinner in this magnificent castle. The period music completes the truly medieval atmosphere and 'light and sound' show is also available.
City Tour of Warsaw by old Tram
Warsaw Under Communism
Frederic Chopin Tour
Tour of Warsaw Palaces
City Tour of Krakow
Krakow - Wawel Castle Tour
The Kazimierz District and 'Schindler’s List' Tour
Krakow - Wieliczka Salt Mine
Krakow - Auschwitz
Rafting down the Dunajec River and Zakopane
City Tour of Gdansk
Excursion To Malbork, Frombork and Kadyny
Boat Trip Across the Bay of Gdańsk
Amber Factory Visit
CD with music by: F Chopin / Mazowsze Folklore Group / Jewish music
Sweet with Logo - Wafer cake, made by the old polish chocolate company "E.Wedel"
Handmade Amber Jewellery
Goldwasser Gdansk's Vodka
Polish "Bison" Vodka
National Opera Theatre
Warsaw International Expo Centre
The Warsaw Congress Centre
Warsaw Philharmonic Hall