Poland organises festivals that are very famous across Europe and all around the world. Some of them are connected to important figures in Polish culture. Most of them take place during the summer season, when Poland is visited by crowds of tourists. One of the most recognisable cultural events is undoubtedly the festival called “Vratislavia Cantans”. This is a celebration of classical music that draws the attention of the whole of Europe. There are also other extremely popular festivals that focus on popularising cultures other than Polish culture and which have constituted a part of remote and modern history. One of them is the Four Cultures Festival organised in Łódź, which combines events connected with Polish, Jewish and Russian cultures. Another festival that is also extremely famous in Europe is the Jewish Culture Festival, taking place in the Jewish district of Cracow - Kazimierz. It gathers crowds of people of various nationalities who love Klezmer music. It does not matter whether you like rock, country or jazz music, if you are a film fan or you love historical retrospections - you will find something for yourself in the diversified offerings of the Polish festivals.
The Jewish Culture Festival in Cracow, the Four Cultures Festival in Łódź, the Vratislavia Cantans Festival in Wrocław, the Open’er Festival in Gdynia, the T-Mobile Nowe Horyzonty Festival in Wrocław, the Film and Art Festival Dwa Brzegi in Kazimierz Dolny, the Slavs and Vikings Festival on Wolin Island