It’s only been two measly months, but we’re back again with another fully updated print edition of the best damn guide to Kraków on the market (lucky you, poor us). This issue’s main feature – a carefully constructed walking tour of Kazimierz, the former Jewish district – is the culmination of our year-long effort to improve the user experience of our guide with detailed maps in each Sightseeing section, and explicit tourist trails that direct you towards the city’s most essential sites.
Welcome to Warsaw and the 101st edition of Warsaw In Your Pocket! Autumn is in the air and the streets are covered in leaves, squirrels are frantically preparing for winter and the streets are bustling with student chatter as the academic year gets under way.
Check out the new Wroclaw In Your Pocket no.40. Look inside: Silesia’s Churched of Peace, All Saints’ Day & Project Riese plus a bunch of new reviews of restaurants, venues and much more. Get a FREE PDF.
From the first Warsaw In Your Pocket in January 2001 up to the 100th issue in August 2017, this hulking giant has featured on our covers a number of times. Read more about the photo used in issue no.1 and check out the covers or Warsaw IYP that feature this iconic Palace.
If you’re a foodie or a gourmand, a coffee hedonist or an e(gg)picurean, a gastro-connoisseur or a bon-vivant, then you should know about these places in Kraków where you can break your morning fast or brunch it slow.