Founded in 1990, Mazurkas DMC Poland is a fully-licensed, privately owned travel company. Today, with a staff of over 30 dedicated professionals at your service and their office in Warsaw and Krakow, are proud to be the leading DMC in Poland.
EXPERIENCE - They know Poland inside out! Their knowledge is built on more than 33 years of practice in engaging experience creation and delivery of impactful results!
ENTHUSIASM - They are passionate about what they do! They bring a fresh, unique approach to the event management industry with the flavor of Poland as the destination!
EXCELLENCE AND INNOVATION - They recognize that management and quality delivery is as important as the creativity they are bringing to life. Their high standards and quality of services are recognised across the industry!
Mazurkas DMC Poland specializes in designing and implementing tailor-made programmes for Incentive Travel, Product Launches, Conferences, Conventions, Board Meetings and special interest tours in Warsaw, Krakow, Gdansk, Wroclaw, Poznan and other cities in Poland.
The company offers concept making, consulting, group arrangements, venue finding, accommodation & transportation services, banqueting etc. Through their creativity, professionalism and attention to detail, their overriding goal has constantly been to build a strong relationship with the clients, to understand, to meet and to exceed their expectations.
Mazurkas DMC Poland is an active member of the most important and reputable industry organisations: MPI, SITE, ICCA, VIRTUOSO, SIGNATURE, IATA. Mazurkas is also recommended and certified DMC & PCO by Poland Convention Bureau, Warsaw Convention Bureau, Krakow Convention Bureau and Gdansk Convention Bureau.
They are a young and dynamic team and know there is always a programme suitable for your needs.
Poland is considered a great incentive destination for several reasons:
Rich Cultural Heritage: With numerous UNESCO World Heritage Sites, picturesque old towns, and architectural gems. Cities like Warsaw, Krakow, and Gdansk offer a blend of historical charm and modern amenities, providing unique experiences for your event.
Diverse and Scenic Landscapes: Poland's landscapes are diverse and breathtaking. From the sandy beaches of the Baltic Sea to the stunning Tatra Mountains, the country offers a range of natural beauty. Incentive trips can include activities such as hiking, skiing, sailing, and exploring national parks, providing a wide variety of options for outdoor enthusiasts.
Accessibility and Infrastructure: Well-developed infrastructure, including modern airports, efficient public transportation, and a wide range of accommodation. Major cities are easily accessible, making it convenient for incentive groups to travel within the country.
Value for Money: Poland offers excellent value for money compared to many other European destinations. Prices for accommodation, dining, and activities are generally more affordable, allowing incentive planners to create an attractive event.
Vibrant Cities and Entertainment: Poland's cities are known for their vibrant energy, lively nightlife, and cultural events. Warsaw, in particular, offers a dynamic blend of history, art, music, and culinary delights. Incentive groups can enjoy concerts, theatre performances, art exhibitions, and traditional Polish cuisine.
Unique Team-Building Activities: Poland offers a range of team-building activities that can enhance group cohesion and create lasting memories. From traditional Polish cooking classes to group challenges in adventure parks or team-building exercises in historical locations, there are plenty of opportunities to strengthen relationships and foster teamwork.
Culinary Delights: Polish cuisine is diverse and flavorful, with hearty dishes like pierogi (dumplings), bigos (hunter's stew), and zurek (sour rye soup). Your group can indulge in traditional Polish delicacies and explore the country's culinary traditions through food tours, cooking classes, and visits to local markets and restaurants.
In summary, Poland's combination of rich cultural heritage, diverse landscapes, accessible infrastructure, affordability, vibrant cities, professional services, team-building activities, and culinary delights make it a great incentive destination for those seeking a unique and memorable experience.
Polish Vodka Tasting
Vodka holds a special place in Polish culture and is often considered the national drink of Poland. When tasting vodka, there are traditional rituals and etiquette observed. This includes toasting before taking a sip, often accompanied by a brief speech or well-wishing. It is also customary to make eye contact with others while toasting.
Let us invite you for an unforgettable evening at The Royal Łazienki Museum in Warsaw. It was King Stanislaw August’s summer residence, in which a classicist architecture is harmoniously blended with its natural surroundings featuring fabulous gardens.
An exclusive visit of the Polish National Opera - The Teatr Wielki's backstage, which will conclude in a beautiful foyer, where the gala dinner takes place. During the evening guests will have a chance to enjoy the best pieces of the famous operas.
Let us invite you for an exclusive theme tour nearby Warsaw, where you will experience a bit of Polish history, amazing Frederic Chopin’s music played by young artist and Polish hospitality with the flavours and tastes of Poland. First, visit The Birthplace of Fryderyk Chopin and after a short visit to the Narrow Gauge Railway Museum. Transfer by Retro train to a 19th century manor house to enjoy an exclusive garden party with of traditional Polish cuisine and feel like an artist and participate in an art workshops.
The Polish way of Slow Life
Enjoy a special treat in Lowicz, known for cultivating folk traditions in music, dress, embroidery and paper cut – outs. The group will be hosted by a young married couple living in a wooden cottage, at the base of the Lowicz Castle ruins. Traditional Polish welcome with a loaf of bread and salt and home-made liquor will be served upon arrival. Visit the couple’s home and hear about the history of the place. Taste home-hosted lunch with Polish cuisine based on old recipes and healthy products. The owners will take you also for a journey of art and slow life and you will be able to take part in some workshops on the selected topics. Short yoga class can be organised on request. The visit can be concluded by the performance of young local artists.
Retro tour of Warsaw by Vintage Tram
Urban game at the Norblin Factory Museum
Back to Communism Time City Game
Eat like the locals do – dining activity in the top trendy spots of Warsaw
A Visit of The Polish Vodka Musuem with tasting
“Pierogi” Party & Workshop
The best of Frederic Chopin tour
4x4 off-road experience nearby Krakow
Yachts and catamaran experience
Green Warsaw by Bike
Krakow by different means of transportation
A private visit to Stained Glass Museum with an art workshop
Beer or Art Tour in Krakow
Miner’s experience at Wieliczka Salt Mine
Nature, slow food and wine tasting around Krakow
Gdansk – in the footsteps of Solidarity & Freedom
A private cruise by the historical galleon boat
Glassware and Crystal Products
Traditional Polish Folk Crafts
Polish Christmas Ornaments
EXPO XXI (Warsaw)
Hilton Warsaw City
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre Warsaw
ICE Krakow Congress Centre
TAURON Arena Krakow
The Centennial Hall (Wroclaw)
AMBEREXPO Exhibition and Congress Center (Gdansk)
Radisson Blu Sopot
MTP Poznań Expo