Experience the Best of Krakow in September.
The magical city of Krakow, Poland is a true gem of Eastern Europe, boasting stunning medieval architecture, a vibrant cultural scene, and world-class cuisine. Fit for everyone, this is a location to explore no matter what you anticipate gaining from your trip. Stay a few nights, stay for a week or longer – you won’t regret it and here’s why!
Tour the city by day or night, you’ll find a wormhole of captivating sights full of beauty and charm, check out Krakow’s Old Town, or experience the charm of Kazimierz: a unique excursion, as the locals would say, that unveils the beauty of the historic Jewish district. Wander through picturesque narrow streets, marvel at the intricate tenement houses, and discover the district’s many hidden gems in any guided or self-led tour!
Travel Back in Time
Not only will you be captivated by the beauty of Krakow, but you will also be intrigued by the history that the city holds. Explore the depths of history and honour the memories of the past by visiting the Auschwitz Museum. Step foot on the site of the largest Third Reich concentration camp, where you’ll come face to face with the chilling reality of the Holocaust. A visit to this sacred place is a poignant and emotional journey that will leave an indelible mark on your heart and mind. You can also find other historical sites by searching for a guided tour online.
Savour the Flavours
Visit one of the many delicious restaurants in the city to get a real taste of Poland. This cuisine is hearty and delicious; you can sample traditional Polish dishes such as pierogi, kielbasa, and bigos.
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Poland is a very cost-effective country to explore as a travel destination due to its low living costs but you can make it even more budget friendly.
You can travel by foot to see most sites; there are so many free activities to enjoy, such as wandering through the beautiful Old Town or admiring the stunning architecture of Wawel Castle and, you can even save money by eating delicious street food made by locals!
Make Connections – Networking Days 2023
Make connections with other language experts and professionals at Networking Days 2023 and the ELIA event specially designed to bring the industry together and it just so happens that we’ve chosen Krakow to host this year’s edition of the event. If you’re a language professional, you may just find what you’re looking for in Networking Days 2023 – registration opens in June or you can check out more information here.
The City’s Charm
It’s no secret that the city’s charm is the people of Krakow, a friendly and welcoming environment for all visitors! Krakow is a bustling city with a rich cultural heritage, and its residents are proud of their history and traditions. Whether you’re exploring the city’s many sights, enjoying a meal at a local restaurant, or simply strolling through one of the beautiful parks, you’re sure to encounter friendly and helpful locals who are happy to share their knowledge and passion for their city.
Check out a ton of activities if you’re visiting in September such as hiking, biking, and exploring Krakow’s parks and gardens. Or if you’re looking for a less active activity you can explore events like the Krakow Beer Festival and the Krakow Wine Festival for a taste of the local brews and wines.
A Cultural Kaleidoscope
As explained above, Krakow is a city with a rich cultural heritage, and September is a great time to experience the city’s diversity through its festivals, events, and cultural offerings. Enjoy seeing the horse and carts throughout the city, the architecture of the many buildings and encountering visitors from around the world.
Learn some new phrases and impress the locals!
Hello – Cześć
Yes – Tak
No – Nie
Thank You – Dziękuję
Where is…? – Gdzie Jest…?
Goodbye – Do widzenia
Lower Crowds and Cooler Weather
Last but not least, you’ll enjoy small crowds and cooler weather perfect for strolling and exploring in crisp, colourful city locations such as Krakow! Visit in September and join a whole host of others experiencing Poland for the first time or returning for another visit – you won’t be disappointed.
And, remember, if you’re visiting in September, you’ll be in the magical city just in time for Networking Days 2023 – an event for language professionals to connect and network with others in the industry; if this sounds like something you’d be interested in make sure you sign up to our newsletter to find out how you can buy a ticket!
You can also find us on social media to be in with the chance of a discounted entry price!
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