Imagine you have just arrived in Poznań as part of your company incentive trip. It is dinner time and you have just come to the venue – a wooden thatched house with a historical interior that looks as if it was a museum. The buffet has opened and the staff, dressed in old-looking costumes help you choose the food saying what is what. Then a presenter gets on the stage and announces the start of the evening and introduces the next attraction on the agenda of the Polish Culture Evening company event. This is an example beginning of the event.
Except for excellent food, we have envisaged a series of attractions catering for different tastes. If you look for a more toned-down attraction, we recommend a live concert of classical archive music. That means music composed centuries ago and recently found and revived by a group of passionate music historians. If you prefer something more lively and engaging, a group of reenactors, fully dressed and armed, will roleplay a 17th C. sabre fight involving volunteers from your group. Next, to settle down a bit, you are going to taste iconic Polish alcohols including nalewki (fruit cordials) and meads.
The above is just an example. Each agenda is customised according to client needs.