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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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Beautiful ripe strawberries lie in two wooden baskets to the right of a larger basket with dark sweet cherries on the right.

Kraków Summer Flavours. A Guide.

A tip from a Małopolska: summer hasn’t truly happened until you’ve visited several local ice cream parlours and indulged in your favourite flavours. Believe it or not, many children sneak out of their homes or make long detours on the way home from school to visit their preferred ice cream spots on the first genuinely warm days, which usually occur towards the end of the school year. That is why locals often have such incredible and nostalgic experiences associated with ice cream shops. More

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The two towers of St Mary’s Church can be seen in the central hole in a well baked Obwarzanek with poppyseed, held up in somebody’s right hand. The right side of the picture is taken by the short wall of the Cloth Hall, the centre by the body of St Mary’s Church, and the right one – be one of the sides of the Main Market Square. The sky above is fairly cloudy.

Prized and palatable peasant fare.

If you’ve been fed up with all the sophisticated ideas and dishes of the gourmets, why not take a closer look at the food of the simple folk of the past that has not only survived to this day but is greatly cherished? We promise to boast and brag to you elsewhere about the honourable title of European Capital of Gastronomic Culture that Kraków won in 2019 and extol the city’s 18 restaurants listed by Michelin. More

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Several traditional smoked cheeses intricately decorated and fashioned into cylinders, some of them white and others dark orange, displayed in a wicker basket.

Spring Dairy Suggestions.

Even if most poets and romantics have long ago discovered that spring is perhaps the best time of the year, few are the people who realise that it is also the best time to taste fresh cheeses, as this is precisely when cows and sheep, kept indoors in their barns for the winter, come out to graze on the delicate, though already lush, grass. More

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