It's one of the most important holidays in Poland. Connected with many traditions, involving both young and old.
Do you know how Easter is celebrated in Poland?
All the men should remember to wish all the best to the women 8th of March. And all the ladies should remember that they deserve all the best in Women's Day. What attractions in Krakow can you expect?
Tradition of Shrovetide in Poland is still alive. It's the time to feast before the fast. Let's check what polish people do to enjoy those days.
February has this one special holiday- Lover's Day. Where to take your sweetheart for a date in Krakow?
Looking for suburban skiing resorts? Visit Krakow and enjoy white slopes around the city!
Can you feel Christmas atmosphere? You can definitely find in on Christmas Market in Krakow. Don't hesitate and visit Main Square in December!
It's a name day of Andrzej and night devoted to fortune- telling. Are you ready to face your destination?
Extreme heats are over, children are coming back to schools... It doesn't mean that exciting events are gone with the high temperatures. Organizers of the festivals also came back from holidays. And they are presenting us unconventional attractions, which you will definitely like!
Are you ready to join five millions pilgrims coming to Krakow to pray with 26th pope- pope Francis? It's a time of prayer, love and integration. Youth days are one of the biggest polish events, don't miss it!
Majowka is a term used for three first days of May, when Poles are celebrating independence. It's interesting opportunity to learn more about polish history and polish society. During those days red and white are reigning on the streets!
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