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Each of the cities in which we work has a lot to offer. In Poland, we are active in Poznań, Szczecin, Płock, Kraków, and Wrocław.
Poznań is the thriving capital of the Wielkopolskie Voivodeship in western Poland, with over half a million inhabitants. By location, Poznań lies in the most economically developed region of Poland. From Poznań, you can reach Berlin faster than you can reach Warsaw. This city is bustling with life; there are almost a hundred clubs and pubs. Poznań’s universities are some of the most important in the country. There are four large lakes in the city area. A great place for water sports and leisure pursuits. In the winter, the capital of the Wielkopolskie Voivodeship hosts one of the most beautiful Christmas fairs.
Szczecin is the third largest city in Poland, the capital of the Zachodniopomorskie Voivodeship. Some call it the Paris of the North. Szczecin lies next to Germany, and only 65 kilometers from the coast. There are lots of parks, forests and public bathing beaches. Almost ¼ of the agglomeration is underwater. Szczecin is a port city with a very intriguing history and plenty of historical monuments. In Szczecin’s Majorel office, there are people working from all over the world, speaking many different languages.
One of the most famous cities in Poland, visited by millions of tourists every year. In this former capital you can find many places of great importance to the country. The Kraków market square is the largest in Europe. In 1978 the city was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List. People from all over the world come to study in Kraków – up to 200,000 of the inhabitants are students. According to legend, a dragon once lived here and was defeated by a clever cobbler. The extensive parks and that queen of Polish rivers, the Vistula, all help to make you feel good here.
One of the oldest and most beautiful cities in Poland. Located at the foot of the Sudety Mountains, on the Oder River. It is called the city of 12 islands and more than 100 bridges. This capital of Lower Silesia is famous for its magnificent town hall, the beautiful botanical garden and the modern zoological garden. Anyone who loves culture will never be bored – as Wrocław features active theatres, opera houses, philharmonia, museums, galleries and many clubs. It is also one of the largest university centres in Poland. Wrocław is a city full of parks, sports centres and monuments. Another advantage is its location on the map – with an international airport, railway stations and a motorway to connect it with the whole world.