Tarnów is a Polish city in the Małopolska Province that is too often overshadowed by the province’s capital, the world-famous Kraków. Understandably, this is why many tourists neglect pretty Tarnów, some even unaware of its very existence. Tarnów sits under the radar yet deserves to be seen.
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 […]
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 […]
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.