Wawel Castle is a major drawcard, while the Old Town contains soaring churches, impressive museums and the vast Rynek Główny, Europe’s largest market square. In the former Jewish quarter, Kazimierz, remnant synagogues reflect the tragedy of the 20th century, while lively squares and backstreets symbolise the renewal of the 21st. Here and throughout the Old Town are hundreds of restaurants, bars and clubs.
However, there’s more to the former royal capital than history and nightlife. As you walk through the Old Town, you might be overwhelmed by the harmony of a quiet backstreet, the ‘just so’ nature of the architecture and light. At times like these Kraków reveals its harmonious blend of past and present, an essential part of any visit to Poland.
International Folklore festival Moonlight in Krakow
No limit on the number of the participants.
No age limit.
Available one program per group, with the maximum timing of 15 minutes per group. Number
of the choreographies is not limited within the time limit of 15 minutes.
Participation fee 99 € per participant.
Participation fee includes: Accommodation in hotel in base HB / breakfast and dinner /Participation of the festival.
Plaque, Souvenirs, diploma, photo, DVD
- 27/06/2019 - 30/06/2019
27/06 - 30/06
- 4 days (3 nights) = 99 € per person
How to get there
Festival venue reachable by:
- The bus (Own vehicle or the organization of the bus rental on payment to be required to the organizers of the event).
- By plane (Bus transfer Apt – Htl to be executed by the side of the group or the bus rental on payment to be required to the organizers of the event)