Take a trip to the Polish capital of folk art. Łowicz is a picturesque town, around 90 minutes outside Warsaw. Renowned for keeping alive the old crafts, such as intricate paper cutting and pottery.
Visit the ethnographic Museum of Łowicz at the weekend and learn the art of paper-cutting with one of the local folk artists. Under a watchful eye of your instructor, you will have a chance to craft your very own Polish memento.
Spend the rest of the day experiencing legendary Polish hospitality at the foot of the ruins of the Łowicz Castle. And discover what Poles mean when they say, “Guest in the house, is God in the house”.
Take a private tour of the ruins with your hosts, Kasia, a local artist and her husband Wojtek, a conservator and a great storyteller! Then enjoy home-hosted dinner of Polish cuisine and relax in their beautiful garden while you learn the secrets of the last Mazovian castle.