About Krakow

Krakow for centuries was a capital of Poland and very important trade, university and culture city. Even after capital was moved
to Warsaw, it has never lost its importance.

Krakow is perfectly located in the south of Poland not far from Slovakia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary and Austria. To Krakow (and nearby Katowice) you can fly from many European cities and thanks to several connecting flights everyday to Warsaw almost from any place in the world. Using the past experience we will advise you the best way how to reach here. See Krakow on the map.

To learn about attractions of Krakow please download either short guide or long guide.

Concert venues

Festival will take place in different parts of Krakow in: Karlowicz Music School, Krakow Philharmonic, Churches at Old Town,
Tempel Synagogue and other places in Krakow and Krakow region. Please see some of the venues.

Peter and Paul Church – outside view
St. Mary’s Basilica – Mariacki Church
Peter and Paul Church – outside view St. Mary’s Basilica – Mariacki Church
St. Kinga Chapel in Wieliczka Salt Mine
Krakow Philharmonic Hall
St. Kinga Chaperl in  Wieliczka Salt Mine Krakow Philharmonic Hall
Karlowicz Music School
Peter and Paul Church – inside view
Karlowicz Music School Peter and Paul Church – inside view
Piarist Church
The Tempel Synagogue
Piarist Church The Tempel Synagogue
The Tempel Synagogue
St. Mary’s Basilica – Mariacki Church
The Tempel Synagogue St. Mary’s Basilica – Mariacki Church
Main Market Square
St. Catherine Church
Main Market Square St. Catherine Church
St. Catherine Church
Wawel Castle Hill
St. Catherine Church Wawel Church


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