When you opt for a Raszyn hotel, you’ll be in the fastest growing suburb of Warsaw, Poland. As home to one of the country's largest business parks, companies will find ample space as well as an enviable range of support services here. The majority of the clientele in Raszyn's business parks are distribution and manufacturing companies that require a high square metreage at a reasonable cost. Raszyn’s attractiveness is also in part due to its strategic location, just nine kilometres outside the capital. The main street is Aleja Krakowska, which connects the town to Warsaw.
What should I know about Raszyn?
While Raszyn is home to a delightful rural community, it is also strategically located for business travellers headed to the capital of Warsaw. Raszyn is a small but fully formed town, with all the conveniences and none of the fray that besets larger business and financial centres. The city was the location of two major historical battles. The 1794 Battle of Raszyn was waged between Prussia and Polish forces. Later, in 1809, Saxon armies led by Archduke Franz Ferdinand d'Este clashed with the Polish.
What should I expect from the business landscape here?
Investment in the town has increased steadily in recent years due to growing capacity pressure on the capital. With the introduction of several superbly stocked and managed business parks in the area, a thriving business community has sprung up in Raszyn. Business leaders take advantage of the networking opportunities here, which are more intimate and relaxed than those in the capital, making this an opportune time to do business in Raszyn.
What else do I need to know about my stay in a Raszyn hotel?
Among the notable attractions of the area is a Baroque-Classicist church dating back to 1645. From your Raszyn hotel, you can also visit the 110-hectare Raszyn Ponds nature reserve, which is home to numerous rare species. Around a hundred different species of rare birds can be found between the rushes in these protected wetlands. Ambling through the area is great way to relax after a long work day, and you won't have to travel far. The city is surrounded by cultivated fields, so despite the proximity to Warsaw, you will feel refreshed by the clear air and relaxing atmosphere.