Krakow in High Heels – high heels are not compulsory by the way, is a programme for women to visit Krakow and learn Polish, here some excerpts from news articles about the trip, just to give you the flavour
…Learning Polish? Yes, of course, it is also a part of the trip… But it’s only a few practical classes in a fun and lenient atmosphere. This is the quickest way to learn…”
… Young people’s optimistic attitude towards life makes Kraków very attractive – even more than the biggest medieval Market Square, with its hackney carriages and Renaissance Sukiennice; more than perfectly designed old tenement houses, churches, museums and the Wawel Castle which used to be the kings’ residence…”
It’s here where you can see the old Jewish “Piekarnia mojego taty” where to this day the son bakes fragrant bio-bread. Here you can meet a sweet redheaded girl, Gosia Grodzka, who, together with her mom, grandmom and aunt embroider and sell wool caps in their boutique. It’s the only place where men sit in front of sewing machines in pubs. This is Kraków at night: just perfect to go out, especially during autumn. There are a few hundred pubs, bars and restaurants located on the Main Market Square. Kraków on high heels means great fun and unquestionable pleasure.|
During one week students not only learn how to communicate in Polish with gestures, but, most of all, they get to know, from various perspectives, one of the most beautiful cities in Poland – Kraków.
Small groups, family atmosphere and a cultural programme which takes you „behind the scenes” of Kraków’s life – to places not available to ordinary tourists, such as an atelier of a painter Iwona Siwek Front.
These are friends, single women, neighbours and mothers with daughters who come for the five-day trip to Kraków. Their aim is to get to know Kraków, „become friends” with the rustling sounds of the Polish language and find out more about Polish hospitality. And it doesn’t matter if you do it on high heels or in sports shoes.”
Freie Presse Chemnitz
Ever wanted to learn Polish – this is your chance!