- Category: ITCM Visits
- Published: Thursday, 21 February 2013 12:30
- Written by Michelle Chenery
Roger St. Pierre surveys the attractive meetings possibilities in a rejuvenated PolandBeing sent to the salt mines used to carry implications of hard labour and an early death – but not anymore.
The 800-year old World Heritage Site workings at Wieliczka, 10-km outside Poland’s former capital city of Krakow, have been transformed into one of the country’s biggest tourist attractions – and one of Europe’s most unusual conference venues, welcoming more than 1.2-million visitors a year, including delegates to a raft of incentive and conference meetings.