Hoover Table 2023 culinary competition
This year, the Hoover Table campaign is being held for the fifth time, and young people from the Zespół Placówek Resocjalizacyjno-Socjoterapeutycznych in Kraków are participating for the second time.
Christmas market in Kraków among the most attractive in the world
The flavors and tastes of Christmas are best experienced in the Christmas markets. CNN encourages you to visit the Christmas fair in Kraków, which it describes as one of the most interesting in the world and one of the largest in Europe. Beginning on 24 November, like every year, it will enchant you with its unique atmosphere.
Mayor of Amsterdam visits Kraków
On Monday, November 6, Femke Halsema, the Mayor of Amsterdam paid a visit to the Mayor of Kraków, Jacek Majchrowski.
A City Open to the World / كراكوف منفتحة على العالم
The unique nature of the capital of the Małopolska Voivodeship is becoming increasingly popular with tourists from the Arabian Peninsula, who are more and more visible the streets of Kraków.
Kraków is one of the best foodie destinations in Europe!
The capital of Małopolska with its 6th place ranks quite high in the prestigious and competitive culinary race. Barcelona is the most attractive foodie destination in Europe, endorsed by most global travelers on Booking.com.
Mayor Jacek Majchrowski awarded Germany's Order of Merit
For his long-standing commitment to Polish-German understanding, Mayor Jacek Majchrowski was awarded the Grand Cross of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany. This high state decoration established in 1951 was awarded to the Mayor of Kraków by the President of the Federal Republic of Germany, Frank-Walter Steinmeier. The award ceremony took place at the Kraków city hall on 25 July 2023.
Kraków celebrates 45th anniversary of inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List
To mark the 45th anniversary of the inscription of Kraków's historical centre on the UNESCO World Heritage List a plaque commemorating the historic entry has been placed in a representative location on the former Royal Route, between the Florian Gate and the Barbican. The plaque is intended to complement the marking of Kraków's inscription on the list.