We’re sorry, vegetarians, this post will not become your favourite. Krakow is the place to be if you love meat. It’s not that it lacks great vegetarian places, but whether you prefer a burger with best locally grown toppings and homemade sauces, dry-aged steaks from finest Polish beef, local meaty specialties or offal, it’s all …
We understand that sometimes you may feel like something not-so-local. Kraków may not be a vibrant cultural melting pot, it’s more of an old city breathing with Polish history and tradition, but that doesn’t mean that you will be limited to the Polish fare. This city can surprise you with its hidden gems. Get off the beaten track and be adventurous! You can try delicious falafel, asian dumplings or authentic Neapolitan pizza.
An English speaking person works eagerly to bring home the bacon. A Polish speaking person still works solely for their bread. It may seem like a purely idiomatic play of words, but the truth is, Poles do love their bread. And they miss it, whenever they go abroad. In order to help you understand our deep-rooted love for bread we decided to prepare a little guide to Polish bread.
Autumn is the best time of the year when it comes to fresh vegetables. Marketplaces all over the country are sprawling with fresh veggies. Pumpkins, Brussels sprouts, root vegetables and a real apple extravaganza. But most of modern Polish marketplaces are not only about carrots and apples. You can buy local goods in jars which work great as souvenirs, try something tasty (like a traditional stuffed jacket potato) or simply go eye shopping. There’s plenty of markets in Krakow and some of them are definitely worth a visit. Here’s our top 5!
It’s getting colder, meaning you will want to spend time indoors not only when you’re visitng a museum or feeling hungry. Every now and again you’re going to have this thought: ok, so how about we stop for… coffee, tea, snack, drink, something sweet, you name it, it’s just an excuse anyway, as it’s just …
Even though vodka is our national drink, it’s not the only boozy beverage we’re proud of. Craft beer game in Poland is really strong. Our beer revolution is in full swing and the scene is flourishing and thriving. Polish brewers are getting really creative too, combining modern-day trends with old traditions.
Breakfast is considered the most important meal of the day for a reason. Not only does it give us the energy for the day, it can be super delicious and versatile as well: sweet, savory or both! Remember, you have a whole day to burn off any extra calories, so you can really indulge. Although we don’t really have classic and iconic „Polish breakfast”, we know how to enjoy this meal. In Kraków you can choose from a variety of great breakfast options ranging from quick snacks to real feasts. Check out our guide and have a great breakfast experience in Kraków.