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Why Kraków?
Infrastructure - New congress centres and unique historical venues can provide services and add appropriate prestige to any event.
Science - 22 institutions of higher education operate in Kraków. Total enrolment of approx. 160,000 students, over 57,000 graduates.
Business - 6th place in the world as per the Tholons Top 100 Super Cities ranking list. Kraków is one of the largest outsourcing centres worldwide with over 170 foreign corporations. Those companies invested 2.7 billion dollars in Kraków, creating 76,000 new jobs. The city is one of the main hubs for start-ups in Poland.
Heritage and Culture - Kraków is a magnificent, old city, the historical capital of Poland, with a UNESCO-listed Old Town, famous museums with masterpieces by Da Vinci and Rembrandt. No wonder Kraków was named a European City of Culture in 2000, and in 2013 UNESCO proclaimed Kraków a City of Literature. In addition, Kraków was awarded the title of European Capital of Gastronomic Culture 2019.
Great Premium Events - 10 new large-format festivals from all fields of culture: music, literature, visual arts, opera, theatre, photography. Additionally, Kraków has about 100 regular festival-like events with around 200,000 participants.


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