The “Kraków Culture” quarterly explores events of the coming season, focusing on the most fascinating and inspirational and responding to the rhythm of life in the city. The free, bilingual magazine, available in print and online versions, presents events and interviews, news and features, and opinions and reflections of experts, publicists and artists.

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The anniversary Conrad Festival, the Megabit Bomb celebrating Stanisław Lem and the celebrations of the tenth anniversary of Kraków becoming a UNESCO City of Literature are just around the corner! The season abounds with music, alternative, film and even digital festivals and exhibitions, and Wesoła unveils its brand-new creative side. Reach for the latest “Kraków Culture” to explore all the colours of cultural autumn!

  • City of Literature

    “We gradually started to treat literature as one of the elements of the political and social universe which follows a non-literary logic and which has its own problems examined and tested by literature,” says Michał Paweł Markowski, the artistic director of the Conrad Festival.

  • Discovering Wawel

    The Image of the Golden Age at Wawel Castle exhibition will help many people realise how vast, wealthy and multicultural the Commonwealth was.

  • New creative district

    It’s up to us what it will be like. Everyone is at home here. Everyone has the right to express themselves and make a little corner of Wesoła their own. Take a look at Kraków’s new creative district!

Where to find?

The “Kraków Culture” quarterly 3/2023 in print will be available free of charge appriximately on 25 September from the Potocki Palace (Rynek Główny 20) and InfoKraków Tourist Information Points:

  • ul. św. Jana 2
  • Sukiennice (Cloth Hall)
  • ul. Szpitalna 25
  • Kraków Story at Wyspiański Pavilion
  • Powiśle 11
  • ul. Józefa 7
  • os. Zgody 7
  • Balice Airport

The magazine will also be available from popular venues such as the ZDMK City Information Point at the Mogilskie Roundabout, the information point at Galeria Krakowska, branches of the Kraków Library and the Regional Public Library, the Nowa Huta Cultural Centre and other cultural institutions, numerous bookshops and second-hand bookshops, as well as selected cafés and restaurants.


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