• Spring in Krakow!

    Tomorrow spring officially begins.The best part of the year finally is starting. It’s a special time not only by the fact that nature comes to life, and the days are sunny but it’s a special time in Krakow too. With the first rays of the sun Krakow becomes even more magical and even easier to fall in love with. Walking […]

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  • St. Mary’s Trumpet Call

    Every tourist who has ever visited Krakow certainly heard thesound ringing across the Main Square.It is played every hour on hour, four times in succession in each of the four cardinal directions from the tower of St. Mary’s Church.This is one of the most widely recognized melodies in Poland called “hejnał” (ang. St. Mary’s Trumpet Call). But many tourists wonder […]

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  • Time for relax!

    Krakow is not only a place with many monuments and tourist attractions. It’s also place where for sure you will never get bored. Not only can you go to many festivals, events and concerts you can also visit many interesting pubs or clubs. Krakow is famous for its high density of bars. We decided to prepare a short guide about […]

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  • World Youth Day 2016

    It’s the international event called World Youth Day (WYD). It is organised by Roman Catholic Church for young people. In 2016 it will take place in Kraków. Starts from 26th till 31st of July. This information was announced by Pope Francis in 2013 during last WYD in Brazil. Saint John Paul II and Blessed Teresa of Calcutta are saints patron […]

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  • What happens in Krakow ?

    Krakow is a city of many attractions. It’s a true centre for science, art and culture in Poland. It is a specific place where history and modernity meet Magnificent architecture like Wawel Royal Castle, St. Mary’s Basilica, Cloth Hall (Sukiennice), Catedral Wawel or Old Kazimierz are  juxtaposedwith modern cafes, clubs, shopping centres and galleries. This creates an exceptional atmosphere, unique […]

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