Bachaturo Poland 2023

🗓 When: 18th – 20th August 2023
🌐 Where: Katowice, Poland
📍 Location: Plac Sławika i Antalla 1, 40-163 Katowice Poland

Are you ready for the biggest and best bachata festival in the world?
The Bachaturo Festival is back for its 13th edition, and this time it’s taking place in Katowice, Poland.

This is your chance to learn, dance, and party with the most amazing bachata artists and DJs ever.

The Bachaturo Festival is more than just a festival,
it’s a bachata adventure right in the middle of Katowice!.

You’ll get to enjoy workshops, shows, concerts, and socials with some of the most famous names in the scene.

You’ll also get to meet and connect with hundreds of other passionate dancers from different countries and cultures.

But don’t wait too long,
because the tickets are selling fast and the festival is happening soon.

Read on to find out everything you need to know about the Bachaturo Festival Katowice 2023 and how to join the fun!

Line up of artists

One of the best things about the Bachaturo Festival is the incredible lineup of artists who will be teaching, performing, and dancing with you.

These are some of the most talented and renowned bachata stars in the world, and they are coming to Katowice to share their passion and skills with you.

Whether you are a beginner or an advanced dancer,
you will find something to suit your level and style.

You will learn from the masters of traditional and sensual bachata, as well as fusion and urban styles. You will also get to see them showcase their amazing choreographies and improvisations on stage.

But that’s not all.
You will also have the opportunity to dance with them during the socials and parties.

Imagine sharing a dance with your favourite bachata idol.
How awesome would that be?

Here are some of the 🕺💃artists who will be joining us at the Bachaturo Festival:

🇪🇸Daniel and Desiree

🇪🇸Pablo and Raquel

🇮🇳Cornel and Rithika

🇪🇸Gero and Migle

🇪🇸Sergio and Marichu

🇪🇸Marcelo and Nasti

🇪🇸Gaby and Estefy

🇪🇸Marcelo and Nasti

🇲🇽🇱🇹Azael and Sindy

🇮🇱Ofir and Ofri


🇸🇪DJ Khalid

🇻🇪DJ York

🇪🇸DJ Husky

Where is the Bachaturo Poland 2023?

The 13th edition of the Bachaturo 2023 festival will take place in the
Międzynarodowe Centrum Kongresowe w Katowicach
(if your polish is not that good,
you can call it too:  Katowice International Conference Centre 😊).

If you are planning to commute by taxi,
this is the address to share with your driver:
Plac Sławika i Antalla 1, 40-163 Katowice Poland

When is the Bachaturo Poland 2023?

Can you imagine a better way of finalizing the summer than dancing with people from all around the world?
🗓The Bachaturo 2023 festival will take place from
the 18th to the 20th of August 2023.

Prices for the Bachaturo Poland 2023

Get all parties and workshops plus a kizomba social room for only 120 euros until 25.04!
Want to bring your friends?
Group full passes are 113 euros per person.

Just want to party?
Get the party pass for only 55 euros.

Remember there is no option for day passes or individual entries ☹ 

How to buy the tickets for Bachaturo Poland 2023

Before you buy,
there are 6 important rules you need to know.

Payments are non-refundable, but you can transfer your ticket to next year or change the participant’s name.

The deadline to change names or transfer tickets is 1.07, so act fast!

If you need to make a change, just email

Don’t forget to bring your printed ticket and ID or passport to enter the festival.
(Uwaga = Watch out in Polish, if you forget your printed ticket, there’s a 10 euro -40 PLN extra fee)

Once you get your hand bracelet,
keep it on – removing it cancels your participation!

Step-by-step how to buy tickets for Bachaturo Poland 2023

Step 1 Fill in the online Form (link here)

Step 2 Transfer money in EUR – to the bank account indicated here

Step 3 Send confirmation of email to the address:

Step 4 In the next 14 days, you should receive the eTicket.
If no info after 15 days contact –

Step 5 Print the ticket – otherwise, you will get a fee of 10EUR

Contact and official websites

You can find here the official links to the Festival site and to the official Bachaturo 2023 facebook event .

If you still have some spare dancing between socials,
some interesting info about Katowice.

What to do in Katowice

Katowice is a city that will surprise you with its rich history, culture and nature.

Whether you are a fan of museums, architecture or parks, you will find something to enjoy in this vibrant metropolis. Here are some recommendations of what to visit in Katowice for three days.

Day 1: Explore the city center and its attractions

Start your day with a visit to the Silesian Museum, where you can learn about the history, art and industry of the region.
The museum is located in a former coal mine, so you can also see the underground tunnels and shafts.
Don’t miss the impressive glass tower that offers a panoramic view of the city.

Next, head to Nikiszowiec, a historic district that was built for coal miners in the early 20th century.
The red brick buildings and streets create a unique atmosphere that will transport you back in time. You can also visit the St Anne’s Church and the Museum of Katowice History in this area.

For lunch, try some traditional Silesian dishes at Chata z Zalipia, a cozy restaurant that serves pierogi, żurek soup, rolada and kluski.
The interior is decorated with colorful folk paintings and ceramics.

After lunch, take a walk in Kościuszko Park, one of the largest and oldest parks in Katowice. 
You can admire the beautiful gardens, fountains and sculptures, as well as visit the Schön Palace and the Church of the Resurrection inside the park.

In the evening, enjoy the nightlife of Ulica Mariacka (St Mary’s Street)1, a pedestrian street full of bars, cafes and clubs.

You can listen to live music, dance or just relax with a drink. 
If you are looking for something more cultural, you can also check out the BWA Contemporary Art Gallery or the Silesian Philharmonic nearby.

Day 2: Discover the surroundings of Katowice

On your second day, you can venture out of the city and explore some of the attractions in the vicinity of Katowice.
You have several options to choose from, depending on your interests and preferences.

If you are interested in history and World War II, you can take a tour to Auschwitz-Birkenau, the former Nazi concentration camp that is now a memorial and museum.

You can learn about the horrors that took place there and pay your respects to the victims.

If you are fascinated by science and technology, you can visit the Wieliczka Salt Mine, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that dates back to the 13th century. You can see the amazing underground chambers, sculptures and chapels carved out of salt rock.

If you are looking for some adventure and adrenaline, you can try some gun shooting at Strzelnica Magnum45, where you can fire different types of weapons under professional supervision. 

You can also experience some extreme sports at Flyspot an indoor skydiving simulator that lets you feel like flying.

If you prefer something more relaxing and scenic, you can visit the Castle in Moszna or the Plawniowice Palace, two stunning examples of architecture and history.
You can admire their elegant interiors and gardens, as well as learn about their stories.

Day 3: Enjoy some nature and culture

On your last day, you can spend some time in nature and culture. You have several options to choose from, depending on your mood and energy level.

If you feel like spending time in nature, you can go to Dolina Trzech Stawów (Three Ponds Valley), a large green area close to the city center. You can rent a bike or a boat, play some sports or just relax by the water.

If you want to see some more architecture and art, you can go to Spodek, an iconic building that resembles a flying saucer. It hosts various events such as concerts, exhibitions and festivals. You can also visit the Cathedral of Christ the King1, one of the largest churches in Poland.

If you are curious about The Witcher series, you can take a tour to Ogrodzieniec Castle, one of the locations where it was filmed.

If you feel you have still some extra energy for dancing and mastering the new moves for evening parties, you can book here a bachata private class in Katowice.

Where to stay in Katowice

You love bachata and you want to enjoy the best festival in Katowice. But you also need a place to stay that won’t break your bank.

Don’t worry, we have you covered.

Here are some options of accommodation available in Booking that will suit your needs and budget.

If you want to be close to the action, check out Hotel Diament Plaza Katowice. This 4-star hotel is located in the city center, just a few minutes walk from the main venues of the festival.

You can relax in your cozy room with free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV, or enjoy the sauna and fitness center. The hotel also offers a buffet breakfast and a restaurant with Polish and international cuisine.
You can book a double room for as low as 50€ per night.

If you prefer a more homey atmosphere, you might like Apartamenty Katowice.
These modern apartments are fully equipped with everything you need for a comfortable stay.

You have your own kitchen, bathroom, living room and bedroom, as well as a balcony with a city view.

You can also use the free parking and laundry facilities on site. The apartments are located in a quiet area, but still close to public transport and shops.
You can book an apartment for up to 4 people for only 40€ per night.

If you are looking for a budget-friendly option,
you can try Hostel Katowice Centrum.

This hostel offers clean and spacious rooms with shared bathrooms and lockers.

You can choose from dorms or private rooms, depending on your preference. You can also use the common kitchen, lounge and terrace, where you can meet other travelers and bachata lovers.
The hostel is situated in the heart of Katowice, near the main attractions and nightlife.
You can book a bed in a dorm for just 10€ per night.

Whatever your choice, you can be sure that you will have a great time in Katowice.
Don’t miss this opportunity to dance bachata in one of the most vibrant cities in Poland.

Book your accommodation now and get ready for an unforgettable experience.

Where to eat in Katowice

You love bachata and you will love Katowice.
But you don’t want to spend a fortune on food while you’re there.

Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
Here are some of the best restaurants in Katowice for bachata lovers on a budget.

If you want to try some authentic Polish cuisine, head to Pierogarnia.

This cozy place serves delicious pierogi (dumplings) with various fillings, such as cheese, meat, mushrooms or fruits. You can also order other traditional dishes like bigos (stewed cabbage and meat), żurek (sour rye soup) or gołąbki (cabbage rolls).

The prices are very reasonable and the portions are generous. You’ll feel like you’re at your grandma’s house.

If you’re craving some spicy food after a night of dancing, check out Curry House.

This Indian restaurant offers a wide range of dishes from different regions of India, such as tandoori, biryani, curry, naan bread and more.
You can choose your level of spiciness and customize your meal with various sauces and toppings.

The staff is friendly and helpful, and the atmosphere is warm and inviting. You’ll get a lot of flavor for a small price.

If you’re looking for something more exotic, try Sushi Dojo.

This Japanese restaurant serves fresh and tasty sushi, sashimi, nigiri and other delicacies. You can order a la carte or opt for one of the sets that include soup, salad and dessert.
The quality of the fish is excellent and the presentation is beautiful. You’ll feel like you’re in Tokyo without breaking the bank.

If you’re in the mood for some pizza, pasta or salad, go to La Piazza.

This Italian restaurant offers a variety of dishes made with fresh ingredients and authentic recipes. You can also enjoy some wine or beer with your meal. The service is fast and friendly, and the ambiance is cozy and relaxed.
You’ll get a slice of Italy for a fraction of the cost.

These are just some of the amazing restaurants that Katowice has to offer.

So don’t hesitate and book your bachata festival trip now. You’ll have a blast in Katowice! 🎶

Other useful information when visiting Katowice

If you are curious to know more about this city and why you should visit it.
Here are some reasons why Katowice is a great destination for you:

Katowice is a vibrant, modern city that has undergone a remarkable transformation from a heavy industry-based one to professional services, education and healthcare one. 

It is the 11th most populous city in Poland,
while its urban area is the most populous in the country and one of the most populous in the European Union1

Katowice is a UNESCO-recognised city of music that hosts many major events and festivals throughout the year, such as the European Economic Congress, the Intel Extreme Masters international e-sports tournament, the Tauron New Music festival and of course, Bachaturo.

You will never get bored in Katowice, as there is always something happening for every taste and preference.

Katowice is a cultural hub that boasts many attractions for tourists to discover, from the classic and charming to the industrial and innovative.

You can visit the Culture Zone, where you can find the International Congress Centre, the Polish Radio National Symphony Orchestra, the Silesian Museum and the iconic Spodek Arena that resembles a UFO.

You can also admire the Silesian Insurgents’ Monument, which commemorates the three Silesian uprisings against German domination in the early 20th century. 

You can also explore the Neoclassical buildings that give Katowice its distinctive character, such as the Silesian Province Office and the Silesian Parliament buildings.

Katowice is a green city that offers many opportunities for relaxation and recreation.

You can enjoy nature at the Valley of Three Ponds (Dolina Trzech Stawow), where you can walk, bike, swim or kayak. You can also visit Kościuszko Park, where you can find a zoo, an amusement park and a botanical garden. 

You can also stroll around Nikiszowiec, a historic neighbourhood that was built for coal miners and their families in the early 20th century34

Katowice is an affordable city that won’t break your budget.

The currency used in Poland is the zloty (PLN),
which is equivalent to about 0.23 EUR.

You can find cheap flights to Katowice from many European cities,
as well as convenient train and bus connections.

The city has two airports:
Katowice International Airport (KTW) and Katowice Korfanty Airport (KTZ).
You can commute from either airport to the city centre by bus or taxi in about 30 minutes.

The plug type used in Poland is type E, which has two round pins and a hole for a socket contact. You may need an adapter if your devices have a different plug type.

Katowice is a city that will surprise you with its diversity, dynamism and charm.
It is a perfect destination for anyone who loves music, culture, history and nature.

Don’t miss this opportunity to visit Katowice and enjoy its bachata festival.

Book your trip now and discover why Katowice is one of Poland’s best kept secrets!

FAQ Bachaturo Katowice 2023 Festival

When is the Bachaturo 2023 Festival?

The festival will take place in the middle of August 2023,
from 18th until 20th of August 2023 (Friday – Sunday)

Where is the Bachaturo 2023 Festival?

The festival will be organized in Katowice, a Polish city in the south of the country. The event will be held in the Katowice International Conference Center, address: Plac Sławika i Antalla 1, 40-163 Katowice Poland

How much does the Bachaturo 2023 Festival?

Prices are starting from 55 EUR for PARTY PASS and all the way to 120 EUR for all the workshops and parties.

How to get to Bachaturo 2023 Festival?

You can fly to either Katowice airport. And from there commute with public transport. You can fly to Krakow airport, and from there take a shuttle bus to Katowice city center and from there use public transport. Or you can fly to Warsaw, commute with train to Katowice (around 3 hours) and take public transportation to the venue. inutes (less than 8 kilometers)

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