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Poland Travel Guide
"Poland has been a bridge between the East and West. Set in the heart of Europe, Poland is a multifaceted country where the capital and medieval towns are trawled by contemporary city slickers, and where horse-drawn carts negotiate country lanes, untouched by progress.

Poland remains reasonably cheap and safe, with hospitable people who welcome visitors. Over the past decade, it has developed into a modern, vibrant and progressive state, yet at the same time it maintains its traditional culture."
Festivals Place to Visit Fast Facts
Jewish Culture Festival
Jewish Culture Festival organized in Krakow , is a wonderful opportunity for Jewish and non-Jewish people to meet. With hundreds of performances from all over the world, the festival commemorates the living Jewish tradition

Lajkonik Parade
The Lajkonik is man dressed up as a warrior from the east. He rides a prancing white hobbyhorse through the city streets from the Premonstratensian Convent in Zwierzyniec to the Main Market Square. People in traditional folklore dress accompany him while others are adorned by oriental garments and hold horsetail insignia in their hands. The procession winds its way through the historic streets in the city, followed by musicians, children, and revelers

Zielona Gra Wine Fest
The Zielona Gra Wine Fest is a wine festival held in the Polish town of Zielona Gra. It usually lasts 9 days. The tradition is related to the period of harvest of grapes from the local vineyards which were then turned into wine.

Shrovetide crowns Krakows two-month carnival season. The Shrove Tuesdays sledziowka festivities traditionally last till dawn on the Ash Wednesday and they end with the Lent meal of herring after which repentant revelers go straight to the church to have their foreheads strewn with ash