- KRAKOW AND EUROPEAN ACADEMY OF GASTRONOMY
- European Capital of Gastronomic Culture 2019
- European Academy of Gastronomy
- SLOW FOOD CENTRAL EUROPE
- Slow Food Central Europe – promoting gastronomic heritage
- Plac Handelka - local products and traditional bread
- Regional products
- Four Slow Food Zones soon in Krakow
- Gastronomy guide
- RECOMMENDED RESTAURANTS
- Slow Food Polska
- Krakow on fork - Guide to recommended restaurants
- FOOD IN KRAKOW
- Traditional and regional products
- PRACTICAL INFORMATION
- Krakow Tourist Card
- InfoKraków Points
- Mobile Apps
Krakow is one of the partners implementing the international project "SlowFood-CE: Culture, Heritage, Identity and Food", financed under the Interreg Central Europe program.
Facebook Guide to the European Capital of Gastronomic Culture Krakow 2019 - nominated for the Golden Clips award in the Custom Publishing category.
The Interreg SlowFood Central Europe project has entered another stage. A representative of Slow Food talked to a group of people dealing with the promotion of culinary culture in Krakow about Slow Food activities aimed at preserving culinary traditions.
Both residents of Krakow and other cities may enjoy even more materials prepared under the Slow Food-CE project.
Two days with new Polish wine, goose and tasty food - this is how we can summarise the New Wine Festival that took place in Stara Zajezdnia. The Municipality of Krakow - 2019 European Capital of Gastronomic Culture - was the partner of the event.
Krakow in December? A must-see! One reason to visit is the Christmas market that makes the Main Market Square bubble with festive holiday atmosphere throughout the entire month.
It's undoubtedly the most acclaimed fish in all of Poland. Even though Pstrąg Ojcowski, the Ojców trout, can be sampled in the finest Polish restaurants, for best results it must be sampled in its own habitat - just outside Krakow: in the heart of Ojców National Park.
The gala to celebrate the 8th edition of the Poland 100 Best Restaurants guide was attended by more than 200 restaurant owners and chefs from dining establishments included in the guidebook. Krakow restaurants were also represented.
For the sixth occasion, Srebrna Góra Vineyard invites all Krakow residents to taste this year's wine during the feast of Saint Martin's Day. The Municipality of Krakow - 2019 European Capital of Gastronomic Culture - is a partner of the event.
The Cuisine of the United States, bread and wine - these are the highlights of the largest trade fair for the hotel and catering industry in Krakow that will take place 7-9 November 2018.