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Kraków’s modern heritage
Entered on UNESCO’s original World Heritage List, the ancient city of Kraków has a modern face, which it eagerly demonstrates. Modern art is proudly made and displayed here, not only in studios and museums but also in public space. More
Małopolska: sweetly toothsome
Let’s forget for a moment the scenic beauty of autumn to concentrate on the sweet treats capable of mitigating the chill of the season’s cooler winds. There are plenty of quite un-hyped sweets to be enjoyed throughout the region, and hey, yes, they even include an alcoholic beverage. More
Giving you a real lift
The funiculars, cable car, and gondola lift shuttle you up and down Małopolska mountains all year round. They are an attractive way for tourists to travel fast up (or down) the mountains in summer, and – joined by a plethora of ski lifts in winter – offer high velocity and throughput transport to the ski stations situated higher up in the mountains. Małopolska boasts a fair number of those, conveniently situated in different parts of the region. More
Małopolska hot springs: make the plunge!
Podhale, an area in the south of Małopolska, is a paradise for everyone who values hot mineral springs for relaxation and health benefits. The local thermal waters offer advantages beyond purely therapeutic as the complexes built over them at the foot of the Tatra Mountains also offer active recreation and ways of spending your time leisurely, while health benefits are a valuable “side effect”. More