Incentive Szczecin: a charming Polish city with an unusual history. Despite all the turmoil of the war, the old Hanseatic city has preserved its charm and its love for water is omnipresent. It has one of the largest seaports in the Baltic Sea. Within the city area, several river islands lie between the arms of the Oder River. Discover the Lagoon, Szczecin Terrace, resonant Philharmonic, Szczecin Venice or the underground tunnel labyrinth. The Polish city is an excellent location for your incentives, meetings and events - and a real secret tip. The Oder city is only 143 km from Berlin and Poland's seventh largest city. Here, you will experience an emerging European metropolitan region.
Program Ideas for your Incentive Trip to Szczecin:
ITINERARY PART 1: ARRIVAL AND GET TOGETHER
The capital of West Pomerania, Szczecin is a hub between Western and Eastern Europe. This interface of two cultures is made for special events and incentives and easy to reach. We'll pick you up and take you to your hotel in the centre. A get-together on the 22nd floor offers a view over brick monuments, historic merchant houses, modern business districts and an extensive harbour.
ITINERARY PART 2: MEETING WITH SOUND
Your meeting will be held in a modern conference hotel or the great Hall of the Philharmonic, a newly erected landmark of the city. The huge white foyer with a ceiling height of more than 15 metres is an architectural masterpiece with the latest event technology. That evening, you'll be welcomed in the castle of the Pomeranian dukes. Depending on the season, either in the summer courtyard or in one of the rooms inside the castle.
ITINERARY PART 3: LOCATION WITH CHARACTER
The view from the Szczecin Terrace (Waly Chrobrego) over the harbour and the Oder River is amazing. The copper-covered art nouveau buildings of the Uferstrasse, which is situated high above the Oder, characterise the cityscape of Szczecin. We will show you the most beautiful places and, in the footsteps of the Pomeranian dukes and merchants, will take you to an extraordinary location - either neo-gothic brick building, rustic or Renaissance. Afterwards, you'll take the historic tram back to the hotel.
ITINERARY PART 4: TEAM EVENT
After enough sleep, the activities begin. The surroundings of the eastern Polish city are extremely attractive and consist mostly of forest areas. Interested in a GPS hike, geo-coaching or an e-bike tour towards the lagoon? In the winter you'll find a small paradise for skiing, snowboarding and tobogganing. With the first real frosty days, the artificial snow-covered slopes are opened daily. Or you can go by the historical steam ice breaker STETTIN across the lagoon.