On 22nd April we begin the fourth series of walks along the streets of the City of Literature! The routes shall include some entirely new places, and apart from the well-trodden paths some less commonly frequented and undiscovered ones shall appear. The literary walks shall traditionally be held on the last Saturdays of each month. To start with, we offer a Tour of second-hand bookstores. See you!
The program for 2017 includes, among others, the walks in the footsteps of Wisława Szymborska, Czesław Miłosz, Stanisław Lem, Joseph Conrad (in connection with Conrad Year celebrated in Poland). Additionally, we have planned a tour of Krakow’s second-hand bookstores, a Krakow’s Avant-Garde walk, a family trip for adults and the little ones in connection with the Children’s Day, a literary sight-seeing tour of Nowa Huta, and many more.
We shall commence the fourth season of literary walks on 22nd April, on the eve of the World Book and Copyright Day. A week later, together with Agnieszka Pudełko, we would like to invite you to a walk in the Footsteps of Stanisław Wyspiański (29th April), focusing on his literary output. We are going to visit the places where he lived, where he used to go to school, and where he worked. We shall also explore the spaces which became his sources of inspiration.
NOTE: The participation in all walks is free, but we request prior registration. The persons interested in Stanisław Wyspiański’s Route (the walk on 29th April) may already send emails to the following address: email@example.com. Do not tarry! – the number of participants is limited.
The complete schedule of the Literary Walks 2017 can be found here.