IBM Krakow IBM Krakow -The Center for Business Innovation
IBM Polska sp. z o.o.
Armii Krajowej 18
The Center contact number: (+48) 12 628 9615
If you land at the Krakow Balice airport, you can either take a taxi to the Center or a bus number 208 towards Dworzec Główny. Get off at the Zarzecze bus stop, and cross the road – you will see the Galileo office building just a few minutes away. It takes about 40 minutes to get to the Center by bus, and about 25 minutes by car.
If you arrive to the Krakow main railway station, get on 208 bus towards the Balice Airport, and get off at the Zarzecze bus stop. Next, cross the road – you will see the Galileo office building just a few minutes away. It takes about 30 minutes to get to the Center by bus. Alternatively, take a taxi directly from the station to the center – the journey lasts about 20 minutes.
There are many busses arriving just in front of the Center from various parts of the city. The bus 208 links the Center with the airport and the main railway station; the lines 103 and 179 links the Center with the eastern part of Krakow while the line 501 with the western and northern part. You can check the bus details at: www.mpk.krakow.pl
The Center is located in the central part of Krakow, so there is a number of ways linking it with different parts of the city. Use your route planner to decide on the most convenient way to reach the Center.
The Center is a good starting point to visit the city of Krakow, the former capital of Poland and an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Krakow is a city rich in history, culture and legends. Today the city is said to represent all that is Polish! City life is focused around the Main Market Square, the second largest in Europe after St. Mark’s Square in Venice. St Mary’s Basilica, the Cloth Hall, Wawel Castle and Barbican are among the top attractions in this medieval city. To get the full experience, we recommend you:
Several leading IT companies have labs in Krakow, attracted by the city’s infrastructure and highly-talented workforce – Krakow’s universities are among the oldest in Europe and major research campuses, frequently involved in international projects. IBM collaborates with both Jagiellonian University and the University of Science and Technology, boasting many of their graduates among the lab population. The city’s 130,000 students add to the vibrancy of the nightlife, creating a wonderful, friendly atmosphere in its countless bars, clubs and cafes.