Balice Airport Park

The Balice Airport Park is a vacant area with a total surface area of 5.5549 ha.

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Property at Brzączowice

A spacious, scenic plot with an area of approximately 5 ha, located on Lake Dobczycki area.

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Rogoziński Villa

The Rogoziński Villa is a historic building erected in the 19th century. The building has a basement as well as a usable attic.

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INVESTMENTS

Balice Airport Park

The Balice Airport Park is a vacant area with a total surface area of 5.5549 ha.

Property at Brzączowice

A spacious, scenic plot with an area of approximately 5 ha, located on Lake Dobczycki area.

Rogoziński Villa

The Rogoziński Villa is a historic building erected in the 19th century. The building has a basement as well as a usable attic.

LOCATION

The investments are situated in Małopolska – the region in southern Poland, located on the Małopolska Uplands and partially in the Western Carpathians. Its natural diversity and globally exceptional monuments make this region very attractive for tourists.

The regional capital is Kraków, the second most populous and second-largest city in Poland. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, Kraków is visited annually by 10 million tourists.

13 of the 16 UNESCO World Heritage Sites are located here, including Kraków, the Wieliczka Salt Mines and the Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camp.

The majestic Tatra alpine mountain range along with the Tatra National Park belong to the UNESCO World Network of Biosphere Reserves. The gentle Beskid mountains, covered in fields and forests, create charming places; and the limestone Pieniny mountain range along with the Dunajec river gorge are international natural monuments.

Małopolska is home to dozens of fortresses and defensive castles located against a background
of high limestone cliffs, including the Wawel Royal Castle (Kraków) and the renaissance Royal Castle in Niepołomice.

Over 250 diverse groups of buildings are here, a part of which have been included on the UNESCO list – historic wooden churches, Orthodox churches and simple painted huts make up the Wooden Architecture Trail.

KRAKÓW

Kraków – in numbers

  • The second largest city in Poland in terms of population and area. Almost 800,000 people live here, and approx. 3.5 million people live within the range of Kraków metropolis.
  • More than 200,000 students attend  11 universities.
  • Kraków is the centre of new technologies and is the ninth service centre in the world (35,000 people work in the BPO sector). According to the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) report of 2011, Kraków is the best place to locate business service centres in the world.
  • The city is located at the intersection of the most important roads and rail junctions, in close proximity to the Katowice agglomeration and the southern Polish border.

 

  • The Kraków-Balice Airport is the second-largest airport in Poland, providing flights to more than 60 destinations in Europe.
  • Over 10 million tourists visit Kraków every year. In 2014, the city won the prestigious Zoover Award as the best European city for tourists, awarded by the Zoover travel website. More than 30,000 comments on the most popular European cities were analysed. Kraków won along with such locations as Seville, Venice, and Rome.
  • In 2006, Krakow was listed among 5 most popular cities in Europe. In 2007, the city won the title of the most fashionable city in the world, according to the American online travel agency Orbitz, which defines new trends in the world of tourism.

 

Balice Airport Park
Około 10 km od centrum Krakowa
Nieruchomość w Brzączowicach
Położona nad samym Jeziorem Dobczyckim