The latest edition of the General Meeting of members of Tourist Information Forum (Forum Informacji Turystycznej – FIT) and Polish Tourism Organisation (Polska Organizacja Turystyczna – POT) assumed a unique virtual formula. Staged on 11 December, the meeting was attended by Rafał Szlachta, President of POT.
Were it open, a snoop inside the Regional Museum opposite would be enough to learn the importance the town attaches to its favourite son, General Józef Bem. A patriotic military hero that fought for both Napoleon and Polish independence, his status is such that relics like a wisp of his hair and a fragment of […]
Broadly speaking, it’s a rule that works: if airports are uniformly bland and leave you guessing what may lie beyond, then train stations, on the other hand, often serve as a miniature snapshot of the city they represent.
24.12.2020 – 9:00 – 14:00 ❉❉❉❉ 25-26.12.2019 – CLOSED ❉❉❉❉ 27.12.2020 – 9.00 – 17.00 ❉❉❉❉ 31.12.2020 – 9.00 – 14.00 ❉❉❉❉ 01.01.2020 – CLOSED ❉❉❉❉ Merry Christmas!
Impressions on the stay at the Presidential Manor in Tarnów-Zgłobice by Milena and Magdalena for lenasaroundtheglobe.com.
Do you know Malopolska wine? If not, it is time to catch up and become a purebred enotourist. It is best to start the existing and beautiful adventure in Kraków itself, which not only lies in the immediate vicinity of many well-functioning vineyards, but also boasts good vine cultivation. … EnoTarnowskie, on the other […]enotarnowskie
31.10.20 Saturday – 9:00 am – 5:00 pm 01.11.20 All Saints’ Day – closedTIC
As depressing as the harsh reality of climate change can be, there’s always a silver lining somewhere, or you might say a burgundy one in this case. As the Polish climate has become increasingly mild with less frosts and shorter winters, the Polish wine industry has bloomed, with Małopolska emerging as Poland’s wine country. Tarnów, as it happens, […]wine , winery
Only about one hour east of Kraków lies the charming and picturesque city of Tarnów. Małopolska’s second city by size, Tarnów is absolutely dwarfed by Kraków but features many of the same charms without the crushing crowds, inflated prices and occasional feelings of herd mentality that unfortunately come with a tourist market the size of […]Tarnów