🗓 When: 28th April – 1st May 2023
🌐 Where: Krakow, Poland
📍 Location: Witolda Budryka 4, 30-072 Kraków, Poland
🎟 Buy your tickets with a discount here
Get ready for the 2nd edition of the Wielka Polska Integracja Bachatowa (in English: the Great Polish Bachata Integration).
The idea of this festival is simple.
All the Polish bachata dancing communities are in one place.
No matter if you are from Krakow, Warsaw , Lublin … or even from outside Poland.
All the bachateros and bachateras are welcome.
And the cherry on top?
The best Polish instructors will be there.
Find out the details about the artists’ line-up now!
Line up of artists
The best Polish instructors will be leading workshops for 2 days!
Get ready for it! 😊
🇵🇱Duda and Adriana
🇵🇱Grzegorz and Wiktoria
🇵🇱Lukasz and Ewa
🇵🇱Nikita and Klau
🇵🇱Konrad and Malwina
…and much more!
Where is the Báilame Cracow Bachata Festival Poland 2023?
The Bachata Champions Festival Poland 2023 will take place in the beautiful city of Krakow, in the south of Poland.
If this is your first time visiting the city,keep reading to discover more about this polish iconic city.
There will be two main locations:
Party location and Workshop locations.
Let’s get started with the Pa Pa Party.
All the parties will take place in the Klub Studio
The address is:
Witolda Budryka 4, 30-072 Kraków, Poland
All the workshops will take place in the Studium Wychowania Fizycznego i Sportu AGH and Studium Wychowania Fizycznego i Sportu Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego.
To make it simpler for you – the address is:
Piastowska 26a, 30-001 Kraków, Poland
When is the Báilame Cracow Bachata Festival Poland 2023?
Right in Majowka. (beginning of May23)
🗓the event will take place from 29th April 2023 to 2th May 2023
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Prices for the Báilame Cracow Bachata Festival Poland 2023
There are two types of tickets
PARTY PASS – 260 PLN (57 EUR)
For the party animals.
Parties from Friday to Monday (both included) + Social Dancing outdoors (if the weather allows)
FULL PASS – 490PLN (106 EUR)
Same as PARTY PASS + 2 days of workshops.
How to buy the tickets for Báilame Cracow Bachata Festival Poland 2023
There are two options to buy tickets online. With or without discounts
🎟You can buy your tickets with a discount – this is here.
Or , if you prefer to spend more money on your tickets – keep reading.
You will need to fill out an Online Google form.
You can do it here under the BUY TICKETS section.
Contact and official websites
In case you are curious,
what else apart from dancing can be done in Krakow and the surroundings,
I bring you down below some proposals.
What to do in Krakow
Krakow is a beautiful city with a rich history and culture. It’s a perfect destination for those who want to explore the city’s historic sites, museums, and restaurants. If you’re attending a bachata festival, you’re in for a treat!
Here are some recommendations for what to visit in Krakow for three days.
Day 1: Start your day by visiting Wawel Castle and Wawel Cathedral.
There is a lot to do here and you could easily spend at least half of a day visiting all of the sites. Fortunately, the way the ticket system is designed, you only pay for the attractions you want to visit.
PRO TRAVEL TIP:
We recommend visiting Wawel Castle first thing in the morning.
There are a limited number of tickets for sale and on busy days, these do sell out early (you cannot purchase tickets in advance). Also, by getting here at opening time you can avoid the midday crowds.
After visiting Wawel Castle, head to the Historic Old Town: Kanonicza, Grodzka, Church of SS Peter & Paul, St. Andrew’s Church.For lunch, try out some local cuisine at one of the many restaurants in Old Town.
In the afternoon, visit Market Square, including the Cloth Hall, St Mary’s Basilica, Rynek Underground Museum, and Town Hall Tower.
End your day by taking a food tour.
Day 2: Start your day by visiting Auschwitz-Birkenau.
This is an important site that will give you insight into Poland’s history during World War II.
After visiting Auschwitz-Birkenau, head to Kazimierz.
This is a historic Jewish district that has been transformed into a trendy neighborhood with lots of cafes and restaurants.
For lunch, try out some local cuisine at one of the many restaurants in Kazimierz.
In the afternoon, visit The Barbican, St Florian’s Gate and Florianska Street.
Day 3: Start your day by visiting The Little Square.
After visiting The Little Square, head to Podgórze. This is a historic district that has been transformed into a trendy neighborhood with lots of cafes and restaurants.
For lunch, try out some local cuisine at one of the many restaurants in Podgórze.
In the afternoon, visit Schindler’s Factory Museum. (remember to book the tickets online – early in advance)
Krakow has so much to offer!
You’ll never run out of things to do or places to eat. – Enjoy your trip!
Where to stay in Krakow
Krakow is a great city for bachata festivals, and there are many budget-friendly options available on Booking.com. You can choose from a variety of options, including hostels and backpackers, to find the perfect place to stay that fits your budget. Some of the best budget-friendly options include:
Hotel H12** Old Town**:
This 4-star hotel is situated in Krakow’s Old Town and features concierge services, allergy-free rooms, a fitness center, free WiFi throughout the property, and a bar. It has very clean rooms, great location, and very nice and kind personnel according to reviews on Booking.com
1891 Garni Hotel:
This 4-star hotel is located in Krakow’s Old Town and features air-conditioned rooms, a fitness center, free WiFi, and a garden. It offers room service and a 24-hour front desk. Private parking is available on site. The breakfast is rated 10/10 by guests.
MR67 Mayera Rapaporta:
This hotel is situated in Krakow’s Old Town and provides accommodation with free WiFi. The property is set a 12-minute walk from Town Hall Tower. It has very friendly and helpful staff, amazing room: clean, neat.
Good location, close to the center according to reviews on Booking.com.
ibis Styles Kraków Centrum:
This 3-star hotel is located in Grzegórzki district of Kraków and provides accommodation with a restaurant, private parking, and a bar. With a garden, it has air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi, each with a private bathroom.
The breakfast is rated 9/10 by guests
New Port – Hotel na Wiśle:
This hotel provides accommodation with a terrace, private parking, and a bar. The property is located 2 km from National Museum of Krakow, 2 km from Town Hall Tower and 2 km from Main Market Square. It has amazing view of the river and river bank. Very clean and modern rooms.
I hope this helps you find your ideal accommodation for your bachata festival in Krakow!🎉
Where to eat in Krakow
Krakow is a great city for foodies on a budget! You can try some of the best local and international food without breaking the bank. Here are some options for you:
This is a great place to try traditional Polish food at a reasonable price. The menu includes pierogi, soups, and other Polish classics. The restaurant has a cozy atmosphere and is located in the heart of Krakow.
Nadwislanka Resto & Vodka Bar:
This restaurant is a bit more upscale, but still affordable. It offers a mix of Polish and international cuisine, including vegetarian options. The vodka bar is also worth checking out.
Warsztat Cafe & Resto – Personal favourite
This restaurant offers a variety of dishes, including vegan and vegetarian options. The menu includes burgers, salads, and sandwiches. The prices are reasonable and the atmosphere is cozy.
This restaurant offers traditional Polish cuisine at affordable prices. The menu includes pierogi, soups, and other Polish classics. The restaurant has a cozy atmosphere and is located in the heart of Krakow.
Other useful information when visiting Krakow
Krakow is a city that you will fall in love with!
The city has a population of 757,611 people The currency used in Krakow is Polish Zloty (PLN), but you can easily exchange it to EUR The plug types used in Krakow are Type C and Type E3.
Krakow has an international airport called Kraków-Balice John Paul II International Airport.
You can commute from the airport to the city by taking a taxi, bus or train. The taxi ride takes around 30 minutes and costs around 100 PLN (around 20 EUR).
The bus ride takes around 40 minutes and costs around 4 PLN (around 0.8 EUR). The train ride takes around 20 minutes and costs around 9 PLN (around 1.8 EUR)
Krakow is a beautiful city with many interesting places to visit.
But did you know that Krakow is also known for its dragons?
Yes, you read that right!
Legend has it that there was a dragon living in a cave under Wawel Hill, which was terrorizing the people of Krakow.
A young shoemaker named Skuba managed to defeat the dragon by feeding him a sheep filled with sulfur.
The dragon became so thirsty that he drank from the Vistula River until he exploded!
Today, you can see a statue of the dragon at the foot of Wawel Hill
Krakow is a city full of surprises and adventures.
You will never get bored here!
So pack your bags and come to Krakow for an unforgettable experience.