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A view of ripe blueberries and apricots. The two types of fruit are separated with a wooden board painted white.

Tasting Małopolska Truly.

Looking for the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of the city? Besides immersing yourself in the bucolic surroundings and breathing in the fresh air, enjoy a leisurely picnic amidst the finest landscapes—breathtaking or soothing, the choice is yours. Małopolska invites you to experience the beauty of nature while savouring the produce of its fields and orchards. More

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A serving of pierogi in a black frying pan decorated with fried onions and some green sprigs. The pan stands on a round wooden trivet. Lying beside it on a white wooden table are strings of round red corals.

Great Chieftain o’ the Dumpling-race!

Perhaps all cultures have mastered the art of enclosing delectable treasures within pockets of dough over time. These culinary delights come in diverse shapes and sizes, filled with an array of ingredients from meat and seafood to fruits and vegetables. Whether boiled, steamed, fried, or baked, they offer a delightful blend of savoury and sweet flavours. While known by different names such as empanadas, gyosa, kenke, khinkali, kozhukkatta, kreplach, ravioli, samosa, or wonton, none can overshadow the Polish pierogi, certainly the most versatility of the dumpling race. The pierogi proudly claims top spots in numerous online gourmet rankings, enticing you to experience their exquisite flavours firsthand. More

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A view of beautiful red strawberries placed on a wooden tray painted white. There is a wire scoop with a wooden handle inside the tray next to the fruit.

Veggie journey in this land of sausages.

Is there life for vegetarians in a country that made kiełbasa, its word for sausage, part of the English language? Fear not, the answer is a resounding yes. As long as you know where to look, your veggie journey in this land of sausages will be nothing short of abundant – both in variety and quantity. More

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A low view of a trellised row of dark bluish grapes taken with a fisheye lens in full sun under a cloudless sky. A similar row of grapevine can be seen on the right-hand side of the picture. The grass growing beneath them is thick and lush.

Małopolska: unexplored appellation, hidden delight.

Wines matured under the Małopolska sun are highly pleasing for the palate, and a journey to their birthplaces offers the unique chance of drinking delicious wine in or near the domain with a breath-taking view, quite likely of the Tatra or Gorce Mountains, or the Vistula Valley by Kraków as, surprisingly, one of the most renowned local vineyards is not only nestled within the city limits but also within the grounds of a Camaldolese Monastery. More

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