First, we went on an all-day trip to Krakow. As it is a big city, we were very lucky to have a great guide who showed us the most important places there, such as Wawel with the castle and cathedral on the hill, then the university and many churches and squares as well. What we really enjoyed were the fun facts we were told about Krakow and Poland in general as well. For example, we will always remember that even in the dark Middle Ages Polish women had the right to vote and that in Krakow there are more churches than in Rome. During our free time in the city we had the chance to walk around the centre, enjoy the traditional Christmas markets there, buy some souvenirs and presents for our families and friends and of course, taste some typical Polish dishes such as pierogi and zurek. Later in the afternoon we visited the Etnographic Museum, where we could see how people from Lesser Poland lived in the past. We especially liked the school and classroom. In other parts of the museum we realised how similar our countries and their traditions and customs are. Thanks for our hosts, it was a pleasent time in Poland! Now we are looking forward to meeting held in march 2020 at Škofja Loka in Slowenien. See ya!