It’s all about friendship and unique atmosphere…

Sunset at Vistula river

Sunset at Vistula river

I love Krakow

Living in Krakow means to me enjoying life with all 5 senses…

Explore the beautiful scenery. Krakow is like a history book, rustic, nostalgic and every street keeps some secrets.

Sounds are everywhere. Drum of hooves when you reach Rynek Główny, international languages and various types of music played in umpteen bars, pubs, clubs, cafés, restaurants… all over the city.

Feel the magic. Follow Krakow’s unique lifestyle and enjoy a relaxed but lively place with international ambience.

Life tastes good. Savor your favorite polish dish or try something new and let the taste and smell evoke you a smile.

This is why I love Krakow!
Cheers

Johanna Maasackers, Germany

Night life

Night life

View from Krakus Mound

View from Krakus Mound

Krakow! I love this city soo much! It’s the best place for young people who are doing Erasmus. Beautiful parks, architecture… so many places to go out and not less just to relax. Centre of the city is full of students and tourists. U r gonna love this city from the very first days!

Anna Ryzhova, Russia

After waiting half and hour - it's finally possible to buy a delicious Zapiekanka :)

After waiting half and hour – it’s finally possible to buy a delicious Zapiekanka 🙂

I remember when I came to Krakow. Every place was new, everyone was a stranger for me but right now I can describe with all the details everything. The Erasmus life is simple. You live in a „big holiday”, you are able to drink a beer anytime and of course you don’t know what does it mean to study. But all of these things together make the best experience ever. We are a family and that’s what we are not going to forget for sure, never. About Krakow exactly I was shocked when I came here and I started to visit such beautiful places. The main square, the river, the Wawel castle. All these places are really amazing. Of course we took part in some activities like the „Integration camp”, „Euro Dinner” or games around the city. All of them were the best opportunity to meet each other a little bit more. Then, during the Erasmus, ESN people encouraged us to visit more places as museums. I remember that we went to a modern art museum called „Mocak” and I enjoyed a lot. And what to say about typical polish meals? I am already in love with Pierogis!

Ainara Marin, Spain

 

Here we go!

Here we go!

Dancing and having fun, what else do we need?

Dancing and having fun, what else do we need?

 

See you tomorrow at 20:00

1 Comment on It’s all about friendship and unique atmosphere…

Piece Maker Company said : 5 years ago

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