Offers four-day crash courses in Polish on various dates over the summer; 490zł per person.
High-tech, multimedia museum within the Baroque Ostrogski Palace, showcasing the work of the country’s most famous composer. You’re...
Monument to Nicolaus Copernicus
Tribute to the great astronomer Mikołaj Kopernik (1473–1543), better known outside Poland as Nicolaus Copernicus, who proved...
Small, peaceful bookshop and coffee house that draws journalists and those interested in Polish and world affairs. The location is on a...
An excellent, easy-to-reach place at which to try Polish specialities such as herring in cream, stuffed cabbage rolls, pierogi ...
Deco Kredens information
This place flaunts an appealingly over-the-top Art Deco dining room, which looks for all the world like a 1930s bordello (minus the ladies). Fat armchairs tempt you to linger over a menu of Polish and international cuisine – the crispy roast duck, served on a wooden platter with potato pancakes, beetroot and baked apple, is superb.