On the 14-th June 1940 Germans sent the first group of prisoners transport to concentration camp in Auschwitz. 728 inmates, including mostly Poles, had no idea where they were heading to… This date gas become an official start of Auschwitz camp functioning. At the same time, it was a beginning of Holocaust terror.
Enthronement of the Fowler King is one of the oldest traditions in Krakow - it has more than 600 years! Check what was happening during this year's edition.
Krakow is a city full of dragons. You'll find thousands of those creatures in the shape of colourful plushy, key rings, statuettes, pillows, pens, rubbers, mugs, chess…Do you know why this creature is so popular?
“Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away.” is the biggest travelling exhibition about Holocaust in Auschwitz. It will travel to 14 countries to show the history to the whole world! Today it opens in New York at The Museum of Jewish Heritage. Visitors will have time to visit it until 3rd January, 2020.
Wondering if there's something big going on in Krakow in May? Of course it is! Beside that all parks are getting green and Vistula Banks turn into the place of blessed relaxation and social meetings, there are some great events as well. Check out what you can't miss:
Spending Easter in Poland is a great chance to familiarize with Polish traditions. If you are you wondering what to do in Krakow at Easter, we have some propositions for you.
Another proposition for one of your Krakow city breaks: let's fall in love in city's unique street art!
Wondering what to do in Krakow in March? This special month is not only a beginning of spring but also brings new exciting events. Check out which Krakow concerts, movies, exhibitions and happenings you can't miss in March.
Visiting Krakow during the winter is something you won’t regret for sure. Although the temperature can be quite low, a magic atmosphere of the city covered in snow make up for the cold. There are also many attractions and winter activities available every day. Check out some ideas what to do in Krakow while it’s snowing outside!
According to Polish government's decision Poland restores full border traffic within the internal borders of the European Union, so there will be no border controls introduced in March. From now on, the services present at the border will only carry out random checks.
This means that from Saturday 13 June it will be possible to freely cross the internal borders of the European Union. Citizens of the European Union will be able to enter Poland without any obstacles, without having to quarantine.
International flights are planned to be restored from June 16th.
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