Known the world over for its architecture, history, cultural life and, even, it’s wild party scene, the city of Kraków is in the process of carving a new reputation – that of a green, innovative town committed to safeguarding its environmental future.
Festival presenting traditional, ethno, folk and world music.
There may still be one round left of the football season, but the two Kraków teams can count a relatively successful season. Wisła Kraków, who will leave the season on Sunday with a match against Gornik Zabrze, will most likely finish 5th or 6th.
Jewish culture in Poland hasn’t just survived, but thrives and there is no better place to experience its revival, than the 10-day Jewish Culture Festival in Cracow.