The Śląskie Voivodeship

The Silesian Voivodeship is the most important Polish industrial region, located in the southern part of Poland. The unique economic position occupied by the Silesian Voivodeship is owed to the fact that its share in the GDP is one of the highest in the country. The region neighbours Opolskie, Łódzkie, Świętokrzyskie and Małopolske voivedeships, bordering the Czech Republic and Slovakia from the south. Six European capitals are within the reach of 600 kilometres from Katowice, namely Warsaw, Prague, Bratislava and Berlin.
Silesia is full of positive energy, taking its source from diversity in respect of ethnicity, culture and tourism. The Silesian region has a range of Poland’s most diverse tourist attractions, including the beautiful limestone rocks of the Kraków-Częstochowa Jurassic Highland Chain, with perfect conditions for rock climbing, the mountain ranges of the Silesian Beskids and Żywiec Beskids with the well-known in Europe ski resorts of Szczyrk, Ustroń, Wisła and the Upper Silesian agglomeration with an industrial legacy of almost 200 years. These areas are diverse, yet they form a unity – the strong Silesian Voivodeship.

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Bielsko – Biała is the capital town of the region with a population of about 180,000. It is  an academic centre with its own independent state institution. Known years ago as “The Town of a Hundred Industries”, Bielsko-Biała proudly continues the economic traditions of the region as a thriving centre of trade and industry, in which medium and small-sized businesses are predominant.
Charmingly spread at the foot of the Silesian and Little Beskid Mountains, the town is one of the most interesting places in the south of Poland, gladly visited by tourists. Visitors are attracted to Bielsko-Biała, known as “Little Vienna” not only by the beauty of its architecture but also by the enchanting landscape of the surrounding Beskidy Mountains. One of the most known attraction of the city is Cable Car to Szyndzielnia. The journey in little „gondolas” that includes 6 people takes about 6 minutes and is over 1800 meters long, taking the passengers 450 meters up from the bottom level.

The sports, entertainment and exhibition hall established in Bielsko-Biała is one of the key investments in this part of Poland. The sports hall is situated in desirable location of Bielsko-Biała, surrounded by mountains with easy destination. It is also surrounded by bike paths and scenic hiking trails. In the immediate vicinity of the hall is a cable railway to Szyndzielnia and Dembowiec slope, on which in the future is planned launching of a modern summer-winter infrastructure.

The hall includes the only one in Europe folding wooden floor made in the latest technology and also taraflex, suitable for sports competitions at the highest level. For the safety of users, the hall and the car parks are monitored around the clock. The object is equipped with Building Management System (BMS) and Emergency Alert System (DSO) which allows to organize events on the highest level. The object can be reached from the city center by bus number 8.





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