Villa Decius - Krakow
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In Krakow there is a hidden gem called Villa Decius, a classy restaurant located in a fabulous Renaissance mansion. At Villa Decius you can enjoy wonderful views of the surrounding green area from the terrace in a peaceful location away from the noise of the city. Built in the early 16th century for Louis Justice Decius, the secretary of Polish King Sigismund the Old, this restaurant is surrounded by nature while still being only 5km from the Market Square in Krakow and 7km from Balice Airport.
The high quality food on offer takes the best from Polish and European cuisine to ensure a menu of great variation for all tastes. Ingredients are carefully chosen from reliable suppliers to satisfy your taste buds with delicious food. The wine selection is rich in choice with carefully chosen staff who are knowledgeable and extremely attentive to your every need. Their expertise can be called upon to make every event, official or otherwise, run smoothly without any mishaps. The red-bricked interior is stylishly and tastefully furnished with candles on each table illuminating warmth and comfort.
Villa Decius is a perfect location for conferences, weddings, parties, exhibitions, cultural events and educational programmes. There are chambers located on three floors of the building with the restaurant located in the renovated basement. Four impressive dining rooms can accommodate up to 120 people, perfect for group or corporate functions and gatherings.
If you need catering for a special event, the staff at Villa Decius can take care of this with their expertise and experience. They organise catering in a range of prestigious venues in Krakow such as: the Cloth Hall, Slowacki Theatre in the garden of the Archaelogical Museum and more.
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