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.
The main thread running through this year’s 30th edition of the festival has been Ray Bradbury’s dystopian novel Fahrenheit 451, originally published in 1953. In his futuristic vision, Bradbury imagined a world without books, a world in which all forms of literature, art, philosophy as well as all individual, independent and liberal thinking, feeling and acquisition of knowledge are banned.
Did you know February 9 is (international) Pizza Day? Or that the first pizza ever served in Poland was at a royal marriage in the early 16th century? Once considered food for the lower classes, Pizza hasn’t exactly gone all the way up the gourmet ladder, but like very few things in the world, even when it’s bad it’s still pretty good.