• Polski

  • Kraków = international city with centuries – lasting tradition

    • former capital of Poland,
    • second largest city in Poland 760 000 inhabitants  & 190 000 students,
    • Old Town & Jewish Quarter on the UNESCO World Heritage List,
    • one of the most frequently visited places in Europe,
    • unique complex of architecture, art & culture (every year Kraków hosts over 40 festivals (i. e. the International Jewish Culture Festival, International Short Film Festival, the Print Triennial, the Sacrum Profanum Festival),
    • fantastic selection of cafe’s, pubs & clubs often located in subterranean cellars,
    • green areas perfect for recreation (Planty Park, the Botanical Garden of the Jagiellonian University and the Zoological Garden in the Wolski forest complex),
    • constantly expanded recreational base (cycling paths, ice rink, swimming pools, tennis courts),

    Check out city’s event calendar


    Krakow also has the great location close to:

    • Beskidy & Tatra mountains,
    • Wieliczka – oldest salt mine in Central Europe,
    • Ojców National Park,
    • Auschwitz – Birkenau Memorial & Museum – former concentration camp.