Poland historical exhibitions about the Polish fishers life from 1670 until present days.
Muzeum Rybołówstwa, Bulwar Nadmorski 2
The exhibitions about the Polish nature and the beautiful sailing ships in Poland.
Wiślanego Kąty Rybackie, ul. Rybacka 64
To any Chopin aficionado, concerts of the piano master’s musical works present themselves as a real treat.Pieces from the oeuvre of the legendary composer, renowned both in Poland and worldwide, are performed regularly all year round.
The concerts highlight Chopin’s most popular piano works, as performed by such notable pianists as, among others,
Witold Wilczek, Anna Boczar, Weronika Krowka, Bartłomiej Kominek and Paweł Kubica.
The Artists play on Yamaha Grand Piano, which guarantee excellent sound.The events take place in the 15th century
building, which used to be a house of Master of the Hunt for the Royal Family, Kaspar Dębiński.
Chopin Gallery, Sławkowska 14, Kraków
I am sailing “Opty”. Treasures from the Voyage Around the Globe.In 2019, we have been celebrating the 50th anniversary of the end
of voyage by Leonid Teliga on board of “Opty”. “I am sailing “Opty” Exhibition. Treasures from the voyage around the globe in the Vistula Museum in Tczew present the history of great adventure, legendary sailor and yacht – the symbol.
Sails, sea anchor, boatswain’s chair, foghorn, speaking tube, log book, personal belongings of Leonid Teliga, letters for the captain – these are some of numerous exhibits presented in the branch of the National Maritime Museum, in Tczew.
Every year in Warsaw, Christmas markets open on Saturday before Advent.
* Old Town Square – Not only Polish, but also Czech, Lithuanian, Hungarian and Dutch exhibitors are participating in the market. In the spirit of Christmas, you can buy traditional Christmas tree decorations, wooden toys and Christmas gifts, and on weekends guests will be entertained by numerous on-stage artists.
Krakow is a traditional way to spend Advent time. The traditional Christmas market in Krakow is celebrated in the atmospheric market square of the Middle Ages. Krakow’s Christmas traditions also include fairy tales, which are also competed in the city during Christmas.