Enotarnowskie – a project by Tarnów Tourism Organization focused on wine tourism in Tarnów region – received the Polish Tourism Organization’s “2019 Best Tourist Product” award.award , local products , wine
Poland is a country containing thousands of churches dating back centuries, and in today’s Poland, more and more churches are being built. Many of the churches are famous and touristic, but for those with a taste for the unusual, this eclectic mix contains some more obscure options. From underground churches to flower art to human […]
If you build a kosher cafe in Poland, they will come out of the woodwork, acknowledging ‘some Jewish roots’.
Zalipie is a tiny village in Poland where the houses are covered in painted flowers both inside and out. It’s a local tradition that’s been passed down through generations and continues today.
Tarnów is a charming city very close to Kraków where you can escape the crowds, immerse yourself in history, and soak up the laid-back energy. This medieval city is very well-preserved and the colourful main square will have you reaching for your camera. In this video we explore the city’s pretty Old Town and try […]
Galician Railway Tarnów – Muszyna is the most exciting railway line in Poland. It is hard to find more extraordinary line than this one. Built over 130 years ago leads from Tarnów to Muszyna and then to Krynica or Slovakia and other southern countries. This railway is over 150 km long and goes across main […]articles , blogs
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A garden city, a city of the future and a city of death. Culture.pl presents a series of snapshots from the history of Tarnów, a city in southeastern Poland.
On 10th October 2019, Polish author Olga Tokarczuk was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature 2018 by the Swedish Academy in Stockholm. This is the second year in a row that Tokarczuk has won a major literary award – in 2018, she and her translator Jennifer Croft won the Man Booker International Prize for ‘Flights’.