Hemmed in by the Wisła on one side and a steep gully on the other, there’s good reason why this is regarded as one of Poland’s crown jewels.
The festival will stay close to its brief, hosting events that in some way reflect the contemporary social landscape.
The festival presents Mozart’s complete artistic oeuvre.
To coincide with Sunday’s match, from June 22-24 the Kazan tourism department is hosting the Festival of Tatar Cuisine to show off the best of Tartar cooking.
Brandt is best known for his extraordinary paintings of 17th century military life and warfare, but new exhibition also has his oil paintings, watercolours, drawings and photographs.
The biggest collection of Masonic prints in Europe (about 80,000 examples) is stored in the Library of the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań (western Poland). According to curators, it is the most popular part of the collection among foreign guests.
A four day ride of music, activities, nature, relaxation, cool atmosphere and philanthropy.
The funnest, hippest and most innovative festival of reading and arts in Poland.
The four-day festival for jazz lovers.
This year’s edition of one of the most visited photography festivals in Europe focuses on the relationship between nature and man.