Krakow Film Festival: Usually takes place in May. This film festival focuses mostly on documentaries, animated movies, and short films in Polish and other world languages.
Juwenalia: Youngsters have a reason for visiting Krakow in May. During Juwenalia, youths are freed from their responsibility and can party all day long. This festival usually lasts for a week and a variety of concerts and parties have open invites for these revellers.
International Soup Festivals: Serious about food and how! Chefs from all over the world compete to be soup masters while visitors try to cash in as much as they can from free samples for judging the participants.
Jewish Culture Festival: Learn about the finer nuances of Jewish culture in the Kazimierz district in July. The Szeroka Street Block Party marks the final evening of the festival.
Christmas Market: This is the oldest Christmas market in Poland. It begins in November and usually lasts till the last week of December.
Audio Art Festival: November sees Krakow gearing up for the Audio Art Festival where music and lights are combined for creating a master sensual effect.