ICE Krakow: International
Conferencing and Entertainment.
Krakow has got its long overdue
conference center in October 2014. The city’s flagship congress
facility is situated pretty centrally, some twenty minutes’ walk
from the Old Town
historic center, on the Wisla river bank opposite the
Wawel Royal Castle.
ICE conference and entertainment center, is situated on the
Wisla river bank opposite the
Krakow Royal Castle.
The ICE Krakow’s main Auditorium
Hall can seat 2,000 people. The seating capacity of two other,
smaller halls is 600 (Theater) and 300 (Chamber Hall)
respectively. Plus there is so called Conference Hall Complex of
11 rooms seating 35 people each, and thanks to their movable
walls they may be rearranged into larger spaces allowing various
Other rentable facilities are 32 Multifunctional Rooms
with seating capacity from six to eighty people. And last but
not least the glass-walled foyer totaling 2,650 square meters on
three floors can serve as the venue for shows, trade
fairs, banquets or balls.
Accessibility of the ICE Krakow
Location of the ICE Krakow congress
center at the junction of two major traffic arteries, Marii
Konopnickiej street and Monte Casino street, makes it easily
accessible by car.
is 15 kilometers to the northwest, and the city’s
Glowny central train station as well as the main bus depot
are 5 kilometers to the northeast.
A tram and bus stop, called
Centrum Kongresowe, is situated almost next to ICE Krakow,
with six tram lines and sixteen bus lines running through it.
rates at the ICE Krakow congress center.
The entire ICE Krakow conference
center can be rented for 70,000 PLN (Polish zloty) per day. Cost
of hiring solely the Auditorium Hall for one day amounts to
40,000 PLN. The two smaller halls are let at 30,000 PLN a day
for the Theater Hall and 20,000 PLN a day for the Chamber Hall.
Daily rents for rooms at the Conference Hall Complex varies from
9,000 PLN to 15,000 PLN depending on their size.
Architecture of the ICE Krakow.
ICE stands for International Conferencing and Entertainment. The acronym inspired
Krakow’s architect Krzysztof Ingarden to create a building
resembling a melting slab of ice. And given a good deal of
imagination, one may see some resemblance looking at the actual
ICE Krakow congress center. The most striking feature of the
building is its glass-wall front facing the historic Wawel Hill and
Skalka sanctuary across Wisla river.
Contact information for ICE
Krakow Conference Center.
Postal address: ICE Kraków, ul.
Marii Konopnickiej 17, Kraków 30-302, Poland.
address: Krakowskie Biuro Festiwalowe, ul. Olszanska 7, 31-513
Phone (+48) 124249650, fax (+48) 124249652.