In this episode of The Debrief, we’re down in Kraków to check out the latest exhibition at the Museum of Photography.
The apotropaic medieval signs used to ward off evil spirits were discovered in a secret stairwell at Kraków’s Wawel Castle and in the roof of an old cathedral in Kamień Pomorski by the Polish coast.
The Faculty of Civil Engineering at the University of Technology in Kraków is now offering studies in Ukrainian for aspriring engineers.
With an abundance of off-grid locations spread across the country, spending summer in Poland should not mean spending big in the seaside resorts, says Alex Webber.
A hundred days since Russia invaded Ukraine, Krakow is still hosting 50,000 Ukrainian refugees, of whom 28,000 have been given a Polish PESEL ID number, the city’s authorities have reported.
As part of a global ranking of most visited locations, the software giant released the data to coincide with its launch 15 years ago.
Released tomorrow (May 24), What the Ermine Saw: The Extraordinary Journey of Leonardo da Vinci’s Most Mysterious Portrait by Eden Collinsworth reveals the astonishing history behind one of Poland’s most beloved national treasures and a painting that many rank as better that even Da Vinci’s best-know work the Mona Lisa.
Irish budget airline Ryanair is to extend its summer schedule of flights from the southern Polish city of Krakow by ten new destinations, bringing the total to 73, the airline announced on Friday.
The mayor of the southern Polish city of Kraków has called on UNESCO not to organise the 45th session of the World Heritage Committee in the Russian city of Kazan, following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Perched underneath the southern crook of the Wisła, Zabłocie has been reborn as arguably Kraków’s most rapidly developing district.