The Cracovia Marathon will be held again in Krakow in April 2015 and this will be the 14th time that the marathon will take place in the city.
The Cracovia Marathon is one of the highlights in the city and each year thousands of people attends this special event in Krakow. This year the Cracovia Marathon will be held on 19th April in 2015. The marathon leads through the most beautiful spots in the city which starts in the historical centre in Krakow at the Main Square. The participants are required to finish the marathon within 6 hours. The Cracovia Marathon starts at 9 in the morning at the Main Square of Krakow and finishes at 3 in the afternoon so the participants will have six hours to complete the marathon. Hydration and food stations will be placed every 5 kilometres and on each table there will be still mineral water, cups, chocolate, fruits and sugar available for everyone who takes part in the run. To take part in the Cravovia Marathon you need to fill the application and pay the entrance fee until 18th April 2015 the latest.
The Cracovia Marathon will take place in Krakow on 19th April 2015.
If you want to know more on the race please visit the official site for more useful information.
Poland is a deeply catholic country which means Polish people take Easter and all the catholic feasts pretty seriously. Easter is one of the most important feasts in Christianity which is the celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ.
So during this special holiday most of the stores, bars, pubs, shops and restaurants are either closed or simply empty in the city from Good Friday which will be on 3rd April in 2015. Although the majority of the shops and bars might be closed during Easter but there will be Easter related programs everywhere in Poland including the annual Easter Markets which will be held from the end of March in 2015. Good Friday is the traditional day of abstinence when Catholics visit the church on Easter Saturday typically children bring decorated baskets of food which contains a piece of sausage, bread, egg, mazurek cake which is a traditional Easter cake, some salt, horseradish to the church to get them blessed and on Easter Sunday the families gather together to have Easter breakfast. On Easter Monday is when the fun starts with water pistols and buckets full with water which is an old Polish tradition.
A holiday in Poland during Easter is a perfect opportunity to get to know the Polish traditions and culture a little more! Read more about the Easter market in Krakow here.
Opening times in Krakow during Easter
Shops are closed on Easter Sunday and Easter Monday, but on most other days they remain open. Bars, restaurant and cafes operate individually, but more and more stay open throughout the entire Easter due to the big invasion of tourists coming to Krakow and to Poland in this period.
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Easter is just around the corner which means that the annual Easter Markets are back in town again and it is not any different in Krakow either. Easter is one of the most important feast in Christianity which is the celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ.
So on this occasion the Easter Market in Krakow will be set up again during this special holiday. Like in every year the Easter Market in Krakow will take place at the Main Market Square of the city which turns into a vibrant market for the visitors. The market offers the best programs and activities for adults and for children as well.
The market is fully packed with tempting food stalls where you can try the most delicious traditional Easter Polish dishes including egg in every variety, various hams and freshly prepared Polish snacks and drinks will be also available for everyone. Apart from the great food and beverages the market will give home to some nice Easter related programs, children’s activities and concerts as well as to crafted products such as ceramics, jewels and so on.
The Easter market opens at March 22nd and will be open for about two weeks, probably until April 6th.