Because of the coronavirus, the Polish government introduced nationwide special precautionary measures. From Friday the 13th until at least April 26 all institutions, cultural venues like cinemas, museums and theatres, across all of Poland. So all Kraków's tourist attractions and cultural institutions will be closed until at least April 26. Read more about coronavirus in Krakow

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Young Artists in Krakow International Festival

Each year, young and talented artists have an opportunity to present themselves during the Young Ar...

Summer Jazz Festival in Krakow

Summer Jazz Festival in Krakow is organised every year by Piwnica pod Baranami (English the Cellar ...

Juwenalia Student Festival

Students’ parade at the end of Juwenalia 2016 Each May, students in every Polish academic city...

Krakow Jazz Autumn

Krakow Jazz Autumn is a yearly festival organised from September till December in Alchemia club in K...

Where do you fly into for Auschwitz?

There are two international airports located within several dozen km of Auschwitz – Krakow-Balice...

Can you visit Auschwitz on your own?

Yes, the entrance to the Museum is free of charge and you can visit Auschwitz on your own. It does ...

Which city is closest to Auschwitz?

Two prominent cities in Southern Poland – Krakow and Katowice are the nearest ones around Auschwi...

Where should I stay to visit Auschwitz?

One of the most significant city in Poland – Krakow, is located around 70 km from Auschwitz and y...

Can you go to Auschwitz without a tour?

Yes, you can visit Auschwitz as an individual visitor and walk by your own as the sites in Auschwit...

How long does a tour of Auschwitz take?

Private and Group Auschwitz Tour lasts for approximately 6,5 hours. The drive takes around 1 h 10 m...