Location: KRAKOW, Poland
Director: Aron & WOFA
Application Deadline: 15 April, 2021
I N V I T A T I O N
Krakow is the second largest and one of the oldest country in Poland. Krakow has traditionally been one of the leading centers of Polish academic, cultural, and artistic life and is one of Poland’s most vibrating city. Thousands of tourists visit every year because of its youthful atmosphere, historical, and cultural memories, beautiful buildings, nice bars, and restaurants. The historical environment, big squares, churches makes it a perfect place to have a wonderful art festival.
Afternoon arrival at Krakow.
Occupying the accommodation, meeting with group leaders
Dinner, free program – walking in the Vistula River
Breakfast, optional sightseeing in Krakow
(Main Square, Church of St. Adalbert, Town Hall Tower,
Wawel Castle, Basilica)
Breakfast, optional program – boat trip on the river Vistula
Tour to Czestochowa (Jasna Góra Monastery)
Performance – gala concert
Breakfast, departure of participants
that can be booked
Transport, boat trip
Tour to Wieliczka, Czestochowa.
- 105 Euro/person for accommodation in Youth Hostel:
- 114 Euro/person for accommodation in * Hotel, Apartment:
- 125 Euro/person for accommodation in 2** Hotel:
- 139 Euro/person for accommodation in 3*** Hotel:
- Folklore groups, orchestras, majorettes, modern dance groups, choirs, music bands from all over the world
- The number of the participants are not limited
- No age limits
Participation fee includes:
- Participation in the festival concerts (2 performances)
- Diplomas, gifts
Participation fee does not include:
- Optional programs
NEWS ABOUT THE FESTIVAL Published on 17 August 2018
SUMMER ARTS FESTIVAL WAS HELD IN KRAKOW
From 7th to 10th of August in one of the biggest and oldest towns in Poland - Krakow was held the 7rd Summer Arts Festival. 14 folklore groups, orchestras, mojоrettes, groups for modern dances, choirs and musical groups from Slovenia, Netherlands, Turkey, Cyprus, Romania, Latvia and Ukraine created a real feast.
Kraków has traditionally been one of the leading centres of Polish academic, cultural, and artistic life and is one of Poland's most vibrating city. Thousand of tourists visit every year because of its youthful athmosphere, historical, and cultural memories, beautiful buildings, nice bars, and restaurants. The historical environment, big squares, churches makes it a perfect place to have a wonderful art festival.
The festival was not a competition, but this year the participants performed even better and the audience applauded them loudly. Main organizers awarded them with diplomas for participation and gifts.The festival program also includes a tourist excursions. Participants had the opportunity to cruise with boat on river Vistula, to visit Wieliczka, Czestochowa or Auschwitz, to explore Krakow city.Summer Arts Festival is in the history already. Apart being a piece of history and culture of Poland, participants from 7 countries created new friendships and promised to see each other in the next edition of the festival .