It's hard to think of a better place to learn Polish than Cracow. The city combines impressive cultural heritage with a unique vibrant atmosphere.
The exceptional atmosphere of Cracow is derived from, on the one hand its centuries long history, its unique monuments and its artistic traditions, while on the other the people who make it so: the inhabitants, among whom you may meet many famous people, artists students of different nationalities, tourists. This unique meeting of cultures means that everyone feels good here!
While ambling around the streets of the old town, whatever the season, you'll always find something which interests you in the rich repertoire of cultural events and parties of Cracow. Some of these, such as the Jazz Festival, the Film Festival and the Festival of Jewish Culture, attract people from all over the world.
Cracow is a city whose life takes place in many pubs, cafes, music clubs, art galleries but also on the market square, in the green area surrounding the old town, along the Vistula, or on the green meadows which sit between the university district and the town centre. Everywhere you will find a host of opportunities to use the Polish language.