The iconic central square of Krakow, Rynek Główny, hosts most winter holiday festivities in the city
The best idea for a winter stroll in Warsaw
Krakow Christmas tradition of recreating the nativity scene dates back to the 19th century
The main squares of Polish cities turn magical in the winter
Krakow attracts tourists not only with its beauty and rich history but also by its natural treasures. Ojców National Park is well worth checking out!
The winters in Poland may be severe and frosty, but there are many ways to keep warm. Among the various hot drinks, the most tempting is a hot beer
Those who are fond of winter sports shouldn't miss the chance to leave Krakow for a day or two and to visit Zakopane, a town located at the foot of the Tatra Mountains. Especially, when it takes only two hours!
A place with good food, nice atmosphere, and lots of beers in the heart of Lublin
Krakow still has its own dragons. Usually they hide in their cages, but once a year everyone can see them flying around the city. Look up!
Every year the historically Jewish district of Kazimierz turns into a time machine with the sounds of Jewish music
Watch the impressive firework show against the backdrop of the gorgeous Palace of Culture and Science
Join thousands of cheerful people in Easter celebrations
One of the leading music festivals in Europe, and what a pleasant surprise—one of the cheapest!
The best examples of traditional rural architecture—an hour and a half away from Krakow
One of the largest annual events in Małopolska capital takes place at the central square
Don’t miss a chance to visit one of the oldest film festivals in Europe!
A gothic castle built in 1288 is the biggest attraction in Silesia
On Easter Monday, there is a high probability of meeting a strange man dressed up as an untidy woman, whose face is blackened with soot. Don’t get scared, this is Siuda Baba–a traditional Polish character
Rifle, pistol, and running target shooting competition in Wroclaw