About PARK INN BY RADISSON KATOWICE
Park Inn by Radisson Katowice sits at the edge of the vast and verdant Silesia Park, combining serene views with an ideal location.
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Spend an entire afternoon exploring the park and its numerous attractions.
Visit the Silesian Zoological Garden, test your climbing skills at Silesian Rope Park or enjoy the scenery from the 15-meter-high cable railway Elka.
Hotel Park Inn by Radisson Katowice offers modern rooms with fast free Wi-Fi and a fitness centre and two saunas. The hotel houses Kuchnia Otwarta Restauracja. Hotel is situated close to the city center within easy reach to all major routes. The international Conference Centre and the sports and events venue, Spodek, is only a 6-minute drive awal; Silesia City Centre 4 min away. Hotel is located next to Silesian Park (100 m), one of Europe’s largest parks. All air-conditioned rooms have stylish interiors and an LCD TV. Each room has a modern bathroom with a bath and a hairdryer. Complimentary bottled water is also provided. A varied buffet breakfast is served every morning at the Kuchnia Otwarta Restaurant which serves traditional Silesian and Polish cuisine with dishes comprising only fresh ingredients. Dishes are served by cooks in compliance with the principles of the French servicing. Guests can also enjoy a drink and snacks at the bar.
KATOWICE CHRISTMAS MARKETS
he Christmas Fair in Katowice is an event to remember as it takes place on the massive Market Square (Rynek). The tradition of Christmas fairs or markets in Poland is an ancient one, and the markets in cities like Krakow, Wrocław and even Warsaw have been drawing tourists from near and far for decades, if not centuries. Sure, most of these markets are totally commercial and more than a little kitschy (cue the slightly out of tune grannie choir). Yet they all possess an undeniable charm that even the most hardened Scrooges are inevitably drawn to. Perhaps it’s the rows and rows of wooden huts packed to the gills with folkwear, wooden utensils, folky porcelain or winter coats made from oversized animal pelts. Or it could be the cheap hot mulled wine, or the stalls of roasted nuts and overpriced grilled meats with hordes of holiday shoppers gathered round to keep warm. Or maybe it’s the picturesque ice skating rinks where young lovers skate hand in hand to pop renditions of Christmas carols. For short term tourists and out-of-towners alike the draw is most certainly all of the above; oh yeah – that and the whole one-stop-Christmas-shopping thing. Make sure to also keep an eye out for local bands and choirs (yes, especially those grannies) performing on one of several outdoor stages throughout the month. Above all make sure to stay warm!
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