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Krakow Arena, Krakow
(4.6/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • It's already the next time when I visit this place and every time I am very happy. This time the concert Enrique Iglesias. for each event.
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  • Every event here is a strong experience. Impressive Hall, infrastructure, parking and everything else at a high level
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  • Certainly the most modern Hall in Polish, because I was already in the Ergo and Atlas arena, but in Krk makes the best impression both from outside and inside. Generally from the outside is as huge as the National Stadium. The problem is only the top place and sectors, for example. in the match of the retina a little from there you see ... so it's better to book a place closer to the dance floor, which are of course more expensive.
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  • It was beautifully set up as the mercy centre for WYD2016. However, it was sad to see how many people were sent back on the evening When we had XLT as the stadium was packed beyond its maximum capacity
  • New arena, with screen on the outside. Perfect air conditioning, have been there for concerts, the Papal meeting and e-sports events, good acustic and view from most of the seatings. Easily accessable (bus, tram going there).
  • Had a good experience here. Nothing to complain about. The food in the VIP area was a little bit pretentious. "Fries with parmesan" where the parmesan is not melted so it just falls off, which leaves me with: "fries", served on a fancy stone plate with 3 drops of ketchup for a high price.
  • Probably the best indoor arena in Poland. For sure it's the biggest hall in Poland and this part of Europe (around 15k seats). Food offered during the events is not super overpriced. The food/cloackroom/security stuff is pretty organized so everything's going pretty smoothly.
  • It's a 16k seats arena with facilities capacity for maybe a hundred people. Drive there by car at least hour earlier to park due to heavy traffic (30PLN parking, usually you need to book it online a day before). The entire arena has a total of two medium-sized restrooms, good luck with the queues.