This weekend some of the best travel events of the season debut in five stunning European cities. From Azerbaijan to Minsk, visitors to these fairs will not only enjoy the latest product, services, and networking opportunities, but the finest cultural and sightseeing.
Coming to Łódź May 9th, the 15th International Triennial of Tapestry is the oldest, biggest and most prestigious
exhibition promoting contemporary fiber art. Running through October at the Central Museum of Textiles, the exhibition is also one of the most unique events in Europe.
Starting tomorrow in Krakow and running through 16 June, Krakow Photomonth hits town with an impressive photography event. From young home grown photographic geniuses, to internationally acclaimed artists, this year’s fashion theme promises to reveal not only tremendous talents, but some beautiful, glossy models as well.
This weekend the city of Bydgoszcz in Poland marks their 667th birthday with events scheduled around town. From a rapper performance in town hall to parties and an opera, all of Bydgoszcz will turn out with guests in celebrating this wonderful ancient place’s heritage.
Coming to Poland’s capital March 17th through 29th the Ludwig van Beethoven Easter Festival in Warsaw invites the best in the world to a cultural and artistic event to remember. Initiated by the wife of legendary Polish composer Krzysztof Penderecki, Elzbieta Penderecka’s event is now one of Europe’s most anticipated festivals.
Today all Poland celebrates the 32nd Anniversary of August Agreements, the 1980 declaration of Poland’s emergence as the first independent trade union in the former communist bloc. President Bronislaw Komorowski will reportedly be on hand to present awards to some 40 activists of the Solidarity Trade Union.