Italian Institute of Culture

The Italian Culture Institute was established in 1988 in Krakow and is located at 49 Grodzka Street. The aim of the institute is to promote Italian culture through wide-ranging cultural activities such as film screenings, picture exhibitions, training sessions, Italian language courses, lectures, meetings, etc. There is also a library and a magazine reading room.

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