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Expression of interest: Central Eastern Europe, Poland, Cracow

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Royal Capital City of Kraków

As a group of Wikimedians from different CEE communities, we would like to propose Cracow, Poland, as the place to hold Wikimania 2024. This will be an event hosted by a 1000-year-old city, in the heart of Central and Eastern Europe, and with good connections with the rest of the world,

Cracow, one of the oldest cities in Poland and the country’s former capital, combines rich cultural heritage, multicultural direction, and modern ambience. It is the second largest city in Poland, with 800,000 inhabitants and more than 11 million tourists visiting every year. A place with experience in hosting large international events.

Cracow’s Old Town hosting the Wawel Royal Castle was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site more than 40 years ago. It has been named the European Capital of Culture in 2020 and UNESCO City of Literature and is a place rich with cultural heritage and an opinion of being a magical place to visit.

It shares truly Wikimedian dedication to knowledge, by being home to the oldest Polish, and the world’s 13th oldest university, the Jagiellonian University, and also the AGH University of Science and Technology, the largest technical university in Poland.

Naming itself an Open City, Cracow draws from its multicultural history and supports diversity, inclusion, and a welcoming atmosphere for everyone, and by that, is a great place for a global and diverse Wikimedia community to meet.

But this Wikimania bid is about more than this city, amazing and magical as it is. It is also about regional collaboration. The Central Eastern European (CEE) region, is home to a vibrant, engaged Wikimedia community, with a longstanding history of collaboration and mutual learning. And on exactly this regional spirit, we would like the event to grow. Our intention is to work with volunteers from different CEE countries, using their diverse skills, strengths, and creativity. Taking inspiration from Cracow’s multicultural atmosphere we will work across the region and borders to organize a strongly collaborative Wikimania, for the global Wikimedia community and provide an event-shaping learning chance for the region.


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Core Organizing Team

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  • Maciej Artur Nadzikiewicz (m:User:Nadzik) – Board Member of Wikimedia Europe – Project Leader
    • Event Director at Ludwik Rajchman Foundation (2017-2022). In 2022 he was a co-organizer of Sapienship Youth 2022, prof. Harari’s official visit to Warsaw.
    • Listed in the “25 Under 25” ranking by Forbes Poland
    • Governance Board Member of Wikimedia Poland (since 2020)
    • Languages: Poland, United Kingdom, Germany, France
  • Wojciech Pędzich (w:pl:User:Wojciech Pędzich) – Steering Committee member of the Wikimedia CEE Hub
  • Käbi Laan (m:User:K2suvi) – Executive Director, Wikimedia Estonia
    • Board member of Wikimedia Estonia (2018-2020)
    • Steering Committee member of the Wikimedia CEE Hub
    • Lecturer’s Assistant, University of Helsinki
    • Languages: Estonia, United Kingdom, Russia, Finland
  • Szymon Grabarczuk (w:pl:User:Tar Lócesilion) – Vice-chair of Wikimedia Poland (2019–2022)
    • Long time Wikimedian
    • President of "Open Education Coalition" (2019-2022)
    • Languages: Poland, United Kingdom, France

Advisory Committee

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In addition, the team is supported by Advisory Committee:

  • Alek Tarkowski – Director of Strategy, Open Future Foundation
    • Organizer of Creative Commons Global Summit 2011
    • Founder and President (2004-2020) of Centrum Cyfrowe, the biggest Polish think-tank promoting open culture and open knowledge. Currently a Supervisory Board Member
    • Member of the 2030 Wikimedia Movement Strategy working groups
    • Strategic advisor to the Prime Minister of Poland (2008-2011)
    • Phd in Sociology
  • Dariusz Jemielniak (w:User:Pundit) – Vice-chair of Polish Academy of Science
    • Trustee of the Wikimedia Foundation (since 2015)
    • Professor of management, Phd in Sociology
    • Head of MINDS (Management in Networked and Digital Societies) Department at Kozminski University
    • Faculty associate at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University
  • Anton Protisiuk (w:User:Aced) – Programs Coordinator of Wikimedia Ukraine
    • Steering Committee member of the Wikimedia CEE Hub
    • Member of the Core Organizing Team for Wikimania 2022


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Cracow, the Open City – our host city

As stated by English Wikipedia "Kraków, (or Cracow), is the second-largest and one of the oldest cities in Poland. Situated on the Vistula River in Lesser Poland Voivodeship, the city dates back to the seventh century. Kraków was the official capital of Poland until 1596 and has traditionally been one of the leading centres of Polish academic, economic, cultural and artistic life. Cited as one of Europe's most beautiful cities,[1] its Old Town with Wawel Royal Castle was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1978, one of the first 12 sites granted the status.

In 2000, Kraków was named European Capital of Culture. In 2013, Kraków was officially approved as a UNESCO City of Literature. The city hosted World Youth Day in July 2016. In 2023, the third edition of the European Games will be held by Kraków and the Lesser Poland region."

Venue + lodging

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Venue proposal #1 – ICE Kraków Congress Centre
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The ICE Kraków Congress Centre is a top-of-the-line multipurpose venue located in the heart of Cracow. Since 2014, it has been hailed as the premier location for hosting business and cultural events in Małopolska.

This well-connected venue features four main halls: the Auditorium (capacity: 1915), the Theatre Hall (capacity: 600), the Chamber Hall (capacity: 300), and the Conference Room Complex (capacity: 400). It also has a spacious, three-story, glass-walled foyer with breathtaking views of Wawel Castle, the Vistula River, and the Kazimierz district. This foyer provides ample space for up to 3200 people to attend a wide range of events. In addition, its rooms can be subdivided to allow for multiple independent parts of the event to happen simultaneously.

The venue was built with hybrid events in mind. As early as in 2014 (long before the COVID-19 pandemic) it was one of the first venues that were planned to be able to organize hybrid events[2].

ICE is served by multiple modes of public transportation, including 4 tram lines and 20 bus lines in a 250-meter radius (750 feet)[3][4].

Venue proposal #2 – Jagiellonian University
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The Jagiellonian University (Uniwersytet Jagielloński) is a public research university in Cracow, Poland. It was founded in 1364 by King Casimir III the Great and it is the oldest university in Poland and the 13th oldest continuously operating university in the world. It is regarded as Poland's most prestigious academic institution. The university is known for its role as a guardian of Polish culture, especially for its continued operation during the troubling parts of Polish history, such as the partitions of Poland and the two World Wars. It is also recognized for its significant contributions to Europe's intellectual heritage.

It is equipped with a modern conference and teaching facility. It has a very convenient location, within walking distance of hotels and the city center. It has a number of rooms of varying sizes and functionality. The virtual tour of the university is available online.

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Kraków is one of the major cities in Poland and the Central Eastern European region. It also serves as a major tourist hub, with a yearly visitor count holding above 11 million people in 2021[5]. As such, it has developed a vast network of hotels and other means of lodging inside its borders.

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Currently, there are over 250 hotel objects within the limits of Kraków[6]. Out of those:

Student guest houses
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Kraków is home to numerous institutions of higher learning. Over 20% of Kraków's population is made up of current students. As such, a wide network of student accommodation is also available in the near vicinity of the City centre, for those traveling on a budget. You can find the accommodation available through Uniwersytet Jagielloński and AGH University of Science and Technology on the separate page.

Travel + visas

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Krakow Airport

Poland is situated in the heart of Europe, which makes it a perfect destination to which you can travel easily from every corner of the world. Cracow is situated 1,5 to 3,5 hours from all major European destinations and 9 to 10 hours from North American destinations. Cracow’s connections with major global and regional airline hubs Frankfurt (22 direct flights/week, Star Alliance presence), London (41 direct flights/week, One World presence), Warsaw (4-5 direct flights daily, Star Alliance presence), Paris (14 direct flights/week, Sky Team presence), Turkey, Canada, Dubai and the United States allow for a quick and easy access from anywhere in the world.

LOT Polish Airlines
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LOT Polish Airlines is a national airline of Poland and is the 12th oldest airline in the world, still in operation today. It connects Poland directly with over 100 destinations in 49 countries on 4 continents. In addition, LOT offers code-share agreements with 32 global airlines:

Budget airlines – Wizz Air and Ryanair
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Wizz Air is a Hungarian ultra-low-cost carrier with its head office in Budapest, Hungary and with a strong presence in Poland and Central Eastern Europe. It operates flights to 24 countries from the Warsaw Chopin Airport (including Europe, Caucasus and the Middle East) and 16 countries from the Cracow Airport. In addition, it connects:

  • 19 countries with Katowice (Wizz-Air secondary base),[8],
  • 16 countries with Gdansk,
  • 14 countries with Wroclaw,
  • 7 countries with Poznan,
  • 4 countries with Rzeszów,
  • 2 countries with Olsztyn, and
  • 1 country with Lodz.

Ryanair is an Irish ultra-low-cost carrier founded in 1984, Europe's largest budget airline by scheduled passengers flown, carrying more international passengers than any other airline. It connects the Cracow Airport airport with 21 countries from Europe and the Middle East.

Train travel
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To encourage more sustainable travel to Cracow, we have prepared an analysis on possible ways Wikimedians from neighbouring countries could reach Cracow by train.

Train travel
Country From city... Price (starting at) Time Lay-overs
United Kindgom London 116 EUR ~ 18-24 hours Brussels, Berlin
London 151 EUR 48 hours Brussels, Prague
France Paris 118 EUR 22 hours Vienna, Frankfurt (Oder)
Paris 68 EUR 30 hours Berlin
Nice 130 EUR 30 hours Vienna, Venice, Milan, Ventimiglia
Belgium Brussels 47 EUR 24 hours Berlin
Brussels 76 EUR 22 hours Prague
Netherlands Amsterdam 38 EUR 24 hours Berlin
Luxemburg Luxemburg 38 EUR 22 hours Vienna
Switzerland Zurich 70 EUR 20 hours Vienna
Italy Rome 90 EUR 36 hours Vienna, Venice
Spain Barcelona 112 EUR 36 hours Berlin, Cologne, Paris
Madrid Barcelona + 35 EUR 2:30[9] direct
Cordoba & Seville Barcelona + 45 EUR 5-6 hours[9] direct
Malaga Barcelona + 45 EUR 5 hours[9] direct
Grenada Barcelona + 45 EUR 6 hours[9] direct
Portugal Lisbon Madrid + 40 EUR ~ 7 hours
Germany Berlin 28 EUR ~ 7 hours direct
Hamburg same day onward connections 2:10[10] direct
Düsseldorf 4:40[10] direct
Frankfurt 3:50[10] direct
Cologne 4:20[10] direct
Munich 44 EUR ~ 16 hours Prague
Frankfurt ~ 18 hours Prague
Stuttgart ~ 20 hours Prague
Nuremberg ~ 18 hours Prague
Austria Vienna 33 EUR 5:40 direct
Sweden Stokholm 83 EUR ~ 23 hours Berlin, Hamburg
Denmark Copenhagen 52 EUR ~ 27 hours Berlin, Hamburg
Finland Helsinki 140 EUR ~ 80 hours Berlin, Hamburg, Travemünde

(last part by ferry)

Czech Republic Prague 15 EUR 9h (night)

7h (day)

Slovakia Bratislava 20 EUR 6:50 direct
Hungary Budapest 20 EUR ~ 9 hours direct
Romania Bucharest 25 EUR ~ 29 hours Budapest
Slovenia Ljubljana 70 EUR ~ 18 hours Vienna
Croatia Zagreb 70 EUR ~ 21 hours Vienna
Lithuania Vilnius 30 EUR ~ 13 hours Warsaw, Mockava
Latwia Riga Vilnus + 20 EUR 8 hours[11]
Estonia Talin Riga + 25 EUR 10 hours[12] direct
Ukraine Lviv 40 EUR ~ 7 hours Przemysl
Kyiv 50 EUR ~ 15 hours Przemysl

Additional connections:

  •  From Hamburg
    •  Oslo, Norway
  •  From Budapest:
    •  Belgrade, Serbia
    •  Sarajewo, Bosnia
    •  Athens, Greece
    •  Istanbul, Turkey
  •  From London:
    •  Liverpool, England
    •  Manchester, England
    •  Glasgow, Scotland
    •  Edinburgh, Scotland
Visas and diplomatic presence
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Schengen Area Visa Policy

Currently citizens of 88 countries can enter Poland without a need for holding an entry visa. Entry to Poland requires a Schengen Visa for each traveler (for more information – Visa policy of the Schengen Area). Citizens of 108 countries do need a Schengen visa to enter the Schengen area, including Poland[13]. The Schengen area itself encompasses 26 countries. In order to apply, the applicant needs to show a need to travel to Poland (our team will provide each prospective Wikimania participant who needs to apply for a visa with a valid invitation letter). Polish Schengen Visa has one of the lowest rejection percentages, at 97% of visa applications being approved – with an average wait of just 15 days from the application (up to 30 days when Polish embassies have to consult with other Schengen consulates)[14].

Diplomatic presence
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The Republic of Poland currently maintains 94 embassies around the globe, as well as 59 Consuls' offices.

Cracow is home to 39 diplomatic representatives of nations from all the continents.

  • Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, Colombia, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Indonesia, Italy. Japan, Kurdish Information Center, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Latvia, Malta, Mexico, Mongolia, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Pakistan, Peru, Russia, Romania, Spain, Slovakia, Sweden, Turkey, Ukraine, United States, Urugway and United Kingdom.
Currency information
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The Polish złoty (ISO 4217: PLN, sign: zł) is the currency of Poland. It is subdivided into one hundred groszy (gr). The coin denominations currently in use are: 1 gr, 2 gr, 5 gr, 10 gr, 20 gr, 50 gr; 1 zł, 2 zł, and 5 zł. The banknotes used are: 10 zł, 20 zł, 50 zł, 100 zł, 200 zł and 500 zł (similarly to 500 EUR banknote, may not be accepted in most smaller points).

Currency exchange rates
Currency Exchange rate
1 EUR 4,70
1 USD 4,48
1 CHF 4,75
1 GBP 5,45
100 JPY 3,27
1 AUD 3,01
1 CAD 3,27
1 SEK 0,43
1 NOK 0,45

Facilities + services

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Since the 1990s, Polish construction law requires all new buildings to be designed to be accessible for people with disabilities. Also, older buildings in Cracow are adapted in that way.

  • Most important travel places (like the main train station and the airport) are accessible for people with limited mobility and people on wheelchairs, and many of them also have facilities for the blind or persons with visual impairments
  • Cracow cultural institutions and most of the landmarks are also fully accessible, including The Wawel Royal Castle, Wieliczka Salt Mine, Cracow National Gallery, The Barbican, The Main Market Square, the Cloth Hall, and others
  • While in many cases it is easy to move around the Old City, tourists with disabilities should be mindful of uneven cobblestone pavings in some of the parts of the area

To make it easier for tourists with disabilities to enjoy Cracow, the city offers:

  • a travel guide, with accessibility information on tourist attractions, landmarks, cultural institutions, sports facilities, and others. The guide is available in four languages.
  • a mobile app with practical information about the accessibility of different facilities and available support and with proposed tourist routes.
  • a special profile aggregating information about all current cultural events accessible to people with different needs.

All Wikimania venues will be fully accessible and volunteers will receive training in helping people with special needs.

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Large events can be overstimulating, which especially affects neurodivergent people. This is why we want to be very mindful about organizing Wikimania as a sensory friendly event:

  • designated quiet rooms, in which attendees can rest, with dim lightning, fidgets/sensory toys, comfortable places to rest,
  • sensory friendly conference arrangement, with dim lightning and with comfortable sound levels,
  • large sessions and keynotes will be streamed online, so that attendees can make a decision whether they want to participate in them in the main conference room, or in a more calm/private surroundings.
Internet connection
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Cracow is situated in the LTE+ and 5G coverage by all the major network providers in Poland. The city centre offers free Wifi to everyone. It is common in Poland that restaurants to provide guests with Wi-Fi, it is also standard in hotel lobbies and rooms.

Both venues proposed by us above offer fast and reliable Wi-Fi connections (up to 5 Mb/s) and wired internet in the conference rooms (up to 20 Mb/s). A faster internet connection can be secured through cooperation with the venues and service provided if requested/needed.

Public transportation
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A map of Kraków tram network in 2009, expanded since then

Cracow prides itself with its well-developed public transportation network. A direct train link provides a connection between the city center and Cracow Airport in just 21 minutes. Same as many Polish cities, Cracow has an extensive tram network (with an underground pre-metro being built at the moment!), with 27 tram lines connecting every district to the city center and to each other.

Our proposed venues (ICE (at Rondo Grunwaldzkie) and the Jagiellonian University (at the Uniwersytet Jagielloński)) are connected to major landmarks in the city and the Cracow Main Railway Station.

Public transport is also the easiest way to get outside the city limits to see one of many attractions available in the vicinity of Cracow. City’s network extends well into the Małopolska region, while still maintaining its low prices.

Thanks to the generous cooperation with the office of the Mayor of Cracow, every attendee of Wikimania 2024, were it to happen in Cracow, will be able to travel within the public transportation network free of charge! The cooperation includes travel from/to the airport and will remain valid for the entire duration of the conference.

Safety + security

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According to the United Nations World Tourism Organisations' “World Tourism Barometer and Statistical Annex” in 2019 (the last full year without pandemic restrictions on tourism and travel), Poland has been visited by 21.2 million tourists from all over the world. In 2019 it was the most visited country in the Central and Eastern European region[15]. Kraków is one of the top Polish tourist destinations.

In general, Kraków is a safe destination. The city has low crime rates, a visible police presence, good and affordable medical services, and welcoming and friendly locals. The increase in tourism in recent years has created a tolerant and sheltered atmosphere in the city. Civic services in Kraków are equipped to handle the challenges that come with being a tourist destination, from the occasional instance of theft to injuries, which mostly ever happen only due to excessive alcohol consumption.

Alternate locations

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Warsaw is the capital and largest city of Poland. The metropolis stands on the Vistula River in east-central Poland, and its population is officially estimated at 1.86 million residents within a greater metropolitan area of 3.1 million residents, which makes Warsaw the 6th most populous city in the European Union. Warsaw is an Alpha global city, a major cultural, political, and economic hub, and the country's seat of government.

It is served by 2 international airports (the Chopin Airport, WAW, and the Modlin Airport, WMI), as well as 3 large international train stations (Warszawa Zachodnia (the largest train station in Poland), Warszawa Centralna, and Warszawa Wschodnia.

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Katowice is the capital city of the Silesian Voivodeship in southern Poland and the central city of the Upper Silesian metropolitan area. It is the most populous in the country and one of the most populous in the European Union.

Katowice has been classified as a Gamma global city and is a centre of commerce, business, transportation, and culture in southern Poland, with numerous important cultural institutions such as Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, award-winning music festivals such as Off Festival and Tauron New Music, and transportation infrastructure such as Katowice Korfanty Airport. It also hosts the finals of Intel Extreme Masters, an Esports video game tournament. Katowice is also home to several institutions of higher learning, notably the the Silesian University of Technology and the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music.

Summer months in Poland are known for mild, temperate and sunny weather, which should accommodate every attendee’s taste. An average high of 24.5 °C (76.1 °F) and average low of 13 °C (55.5 °F) make Cracow a perfect place during the summer – warm enough to be nice and pleasant, yet not hot enough to force all activities to happen indoors.

We would be open to hosting Wikimania at any time in July and August of 2024, with the exact dates to be decided if the application is successful. We are also open to hosting Wikimania in the year 2025.

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Summer months in Poland are known for mild, temperate, and sunny weather, which should accommodate every attendees’ taste. Average high of 24.5 °C (76.1 °F) and average low of 13 °C (55.5 °F) make Cracow a perfect place during the summer – warm enough to be nice and pleasant, yet not hot enough to force all activities to happen indoors.

Weather (World Meteorology Organization)
Month July August
Mean temperature - maximum 24.6°C(76.3°F) 24.1°C (75.4°F)
Mean temperature - minimum 13.4°C (56.1°F) 12.8°C (55°F)
Mean total precipitation / mo 87.9 mm 75.7 mm
Mean days with precipitation 14 12


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Cracow is located in UTC+2 timezone which is convenient for connecting to other parts of the globe, allowing hybrid participation in all or most of the event for the community at large.

Both of the proposed venues offer remote and hybrid participation. In addition, extra equipment may be brought in to make the hybrid experience even better for the global audience to participate.

Time zone differences
UTC time New York Buenos Aires UTC London Cracow Dubai New Delhi Singapore Tokyo
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