5 December 2011 The Guardian on our festivals
"Small wonder the city is applying for status as a Unesco City of Literature. Krakow hosts the Milosz Festival in May (milosz365.eu), and the Conrad Festival in November (conradfestival.pl/en). Milosz is one of the city's two Nobel prize winners for literature, whereas Joseph Conrad spent his childhood years in the city.," says James Hopkin in the pages of the Friday issue of the prestigious British daily The Guardian. The journalist also recommends the readers to visit other festivals organised by the Krakow Festival Office: the Sacrum Profanum, Selector Festival, Coke Live Music Festival and Off Plus Camera. He makes no attempt to hide his enthusiasm for the city itself either, recommending museums, hotels, restaurants and the district of Podgórze, which has recently seen a revival, to prospective visitors.
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