Częstochowa hotels offer unique opportunities
Częstochowa is situated in the Warta river valley in south-central Poland. The city is a significant destination on the European transport route between Scandinavia and the Mediterranean. This convenient location places Częstochowa hotels at the heart of one of Europe's largest markets. Nearly a third of the country's largest Polish blue-chip businesses are situated in or around the city. There are two international airports close by, Katowice-Pyrzowice and Krakow-Balice, making Częstochowa an accessible base for business travellers.
What is special about staying in my Częstochowa hotel?
Official studies by Poland's government have indicated that Częstochowa is the fourth most recognisable city brand within Poland and one of the best known Polish cities in the world. Before becoming a business mecca, the city originally owed its popularity to a monastery of Pauline monks, to which pilgrims continue to flock from across the world. Each year, around four million pilgrims from 78 countries visit the sanctuary, where you can see Częstochowa's famous painting of the Black Madonna.
What is the business environment like in Częstochowa?
Major international corporations such as Deloitte and Hayes have sponsored the development of information and resources for foreign businesses looking to set up in the city. You will find information is readily available about Polish legal and tax laws for different kinds of business, including mergers and acquisitions. New businesses typically take less than a month to set up, and Częstochowa's business community facilitates access to assistance and guidance with all stages of the process. Częstochowa's main economic activities are manufacturing, retail and construction, though other segments including finance and technology are also well represented here. Częstochowa University of Techology holds regular events which showcase the work of the students as well as industry veterans.
What can I do in my spare time from my hotel in Częstochowa?
The city’s exotic character is reflected in its cultural offerings, which centre around religious festivals. These include the Gaude Mater, an international festival of sacred music which is a huge annual event in Poland. The city has a philharmonic hall, a theatre, and numerous museums and art galleries. Its cultural ambience is also shaped by numerous clubs and cafés situated along its main shopping street, Najświętszej Maryi Panny. You can leave your Częstochowa hotel and take advantage of the city's well developed infrastructure for sports and recreation.