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Following the long, subdued period of Lent, the most joyful Christian festival of the year is fast approaching. At last!...  »

Seven days, seven extraordinary works, seven meetings with eminent artists. During Passion Week and Easter, Kraków once again resounds with early music...  »

Easter Sunday and Monday are non-working days. However some museums may be closed also on Holy Saturday. Check it up before you go!...  »

On 7 April, the Krakus Mound and its surrounds fill with all manner of Slavic gnomes and fairies. The traditional Rękawka Feast, held on the first Tuesday a...  »

Spring 2015 will see Robbie Williams embark on his brand new “Let Me Entertain You Tour” including Kraków!...  »

The highlight and flagship of the city, this pearl of Renaissance architecture is Kraków’s oldest “shopping gallery”. The Cloth Hall is one of the oldest historic sites in Kraków... »

Quite a popular saying once claimed that Nowa Huta can boast two things: good steel and a good theatre. Yet the beginnings of theatrical life in Nowa Huta were difficult... »

Today Wolnica Square is part of the former market square of the city of Kazimierz. The market was staked out with real panache soon after the chartering of the city in 1335. Its size was only a little smaller than that of Kraków... »

A modern conference and exhibition centre whose construction was sparked by an idea of the film director Andrzej Wajda. There are three stained-glass windows in the façade which are based on previously unrealised designs by Stanisław Wyspiański... »

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Historical Museum of the City of Kraków

The wartime history of the factory, its owner Oskar Schindler, and the Jewish prisoners of the Płaszów camp became known primarily thanks to Steven Spielberg... »

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The church is a foundation of King Casimir the Great. It is an excellent example of the Gothic sacred architecture that we owe to a bishop’s anathema... Even...  »


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Traditional Rękawka Feast 2015


On 7 April, the Krakus Mound and its surrounds fill with all manner of Slavic gnomes and fairies. The traditional Rękawka Feast, held on the first Tuesday after Easter, takes us back in time to the early middle ages... »



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