Christmas Market is an event for which all fans of the atmosphere of this holiday are waiting. In December, Krakow's market turns into a big market, where you can buy both interesting souvenirs and handicrafts associated with holidays, as well as try local products or drink the legendary mulled wine.
International meeting for all literature lovers. The festival hosts writers and artists from all over the world who present a variety of cultures, world views, literary and artistic currents. A great event for all those who are not indifferent to culture and art. And all this in Krakow, a city with a rich history, tradition and cultural heritage.
A unique holiday of one of the most interesting and mysterious dogs. A great event that certainly attracts many tourists from all over the world. It is also a great excuse to visit Krakow with its children, visit the ZOO and enjoy a cruise on the Vistula River.
The Easter Market, as well as the Christmas Market, is very popular among both Krakow's citizens and tourists. Colourful stalls, delicious regional cuisine and Easter atmosphere are an excellent excuse to visit Krakow during this time.
Due to its rich history, Krakow can boast of numerous monuments and works of culture, and thus a huge number of museums. Of course, it is worth knowing the most popular, presenting the cultural history of Krakow and Poland, but it is also worth going to these museums, which can not be found in every guide. The annual Museums Night is a good excuse to consider a trip to Krakow.
The Lajkonik is undoubtedly one of the main symbols of Krakow. The annual Lajkonik PArade is an extremely colorful and folklore-saturated event. It is worth seeing this event with your own eyes and learn about history.
One of the most important film music festivals in Europe and in the world. The spectacle presents music created for the needs of the cinema, and is distinguished by bold production and innovation in the field of sound and image technology. During the festival there are numerous retrospectives, concerts and music and film shows.
We invite you to Krakow for the parade of Christmas nativity scene. Cracovian Christmas nativity scene presents the architecture of the most important and beautiful monuments of the city. This unusual event introduces residents and tourists to the festive atmosphere and the cribs themselves have been appreciated by UNESCO with an entry in the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
The end of the year is a time of lush fun and celebration. Krakow is a great place to welcome the New Year with delicious food, excellent music and good cocktails. New Year's Eve parties have been organized in Hotel Galaxy and Hotel Legend for several years and are very popular with guests from Poland and abroad.
Polish dumplings are known all over the world and are the main element of traditional Polish cuisine, which in itself is appreciated by many gourmets not only from Poland but also from all over the world. The Pierogies Festival is an excellent motif to get to know the culinary traditions of Krakow and Poland.
A renowned music festival presenting the music of the twentieth century. Sacrum Profanum is also a combination of classical music with other trends, hence the presence of jazz musicians at the festival.
The dragon is the undisputed symbol of Krakow. The Great Dragon Parade is a spectacular event gathering thousands of spectators along the Vistula Boulevards near Wawel Hill. A breathtaking performance is a combination of music, light and fireworks. Certainly it is an event than is worth writing in your calendar.
Wianki are a tradition drawn from pagan customs. Today, it is a cultural event with numerous concerts on stages throughout the city. A great event for music lovers, fun lovers and admirers of Krakow.
Organized since 2013, the festival is an event that attracts blind artists from all over the world. The three-day event has become a permanent part of Krakow's musical calendar.
Jewish culture is very deeply rooted in Krakow. Getting to know it is undoubtedly the goal of many tourists' trips. The Jewish Culture Festival is the largest and the oldest festival in Europe presenting tradition and contemporary culture. It is worthwhile to go to Krakow during this time and get to know the rich history of Jews in Krakow.