KRAKOW The capital of Poland until the end of the sixteenth century, Krakow has been superseded by Warsaw, and is now the fourth largest city in the country, but is often still referred to as the country’s cultural capital. The world-renowned Jagellonian University, Wawel Castle and one of Europe’s largest market squares are all contained in one of the best preserved medieval city centers in Europe. The largely unspoiled Old Town has now been declared a World Heritage Site
1 Day 26.06
14:00 Arrival to Krakow. Accommodation in the selected accommodation unit.
Free time for the individual activities.
2 Day 27.06
10:00 Briefing with the organizers, other participating ensembles, local ensembles, and the local authorities.
12:00 Optional sightseeing tour of Krakow
18:30 Gathering of the groups. Defile.
19:30 Opening ceremony of the festival. Performances of the groups (The order of appearances will be submitted to the groups on their arrival)
22:30 Optional going in the disco club/ Restaurant with live music
3 Day 28.06
11:00 Optional sightseeing, visiting Wawel Castle, the Vistula river cruise, tour of Auschwitz…
19:30 Performances of the groups. Closing ceremony of the festival, plaque and diploma award, exchange of presents between the groups and the organizers. End of the festival.
4 Day 29.06
11:00 Optional free time.
21:30 Goodbye Party dinner in the restaurant with the live music (Optional)
5 Day 30.06
12:00 Departure of the groups. End of service
Price per person: 119€ in Hotel with 3***
PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE
***Moonlight Events in cooperation with the local ensemble, local association, municipality of the city of Krakow and the touristic organization organize the International festival in Krakow. All folklore groups are free to apply for the festival without the age limit or the limit of the participants.