Poland is a beautiful country, is an ideal tourist destination in the world. Polish culture is the intersection of many diverse European cultures. This stimulates the curiosity of those who are passionate about discovery. You can understand more about the culture of this beautiful country through the information below.
Polish culinary culture
Polish culinary culture is a fusion of French, Italian and Slavic cuisine. Besides, cuisine is also influenced by Central Europe (Germany, Austria and Hungary). The main ingredients in cooking are pork, beetroot, cucumber, kohlrabi, smoked sausage…and common vegetables.
Polish cuisine has its own characteristics
Typical Polish dishes are Bigos, Pierogi, Zrazy, Kotlet Schabowy and special soups such as Barszcz, Zurek, Kapuśniak. The typical Polish drink is Vodka. Chleb and Bułka are characteristic of traditional Polish culinary culture.
In Polish culinary culture, guests coming to the house for a meal or party should arrive early to help. At the same time, you must dress politely, remove your shoes on the doorstep, be on time and assist with cleaning up after the end
Polish architectural culture
Poland attracts most of tourists thanks to its outstanding architecture. Architectural style is a combination of Gothic and Renaissance architecture. One of the most prominent buildings in Poland that you should not miss if traveling here is Kraków. In addition, you can admire some of the magnificent Polish castle architectures such as Ogrodzieniec, Kwidzyn, Będzin, Książ, Bolków.
Polish architecture is extremely unique and impressive
Polish culture of art
In addition to Polish culture in culinary and knowledge, this country also has a typical European art of music. Music style in Poland is a mixture of traditional and modern, diverse and impressive. Polish music flourished over the generations and made a strong mark in the 19th century with the explosion of Opera. You can easily learn and explore about Poland’s unique musical culture at the bars across the street.
Poland is a country with a very developed music background
Polish culture is associated with the festival
Poland is associated with many special festivals
Not only famous for its magnificent castle, cuisine but also Polish culture is manifested through special festivals. Three typical Polish festivals that you should not miss are:
● Viking Festival: This is a great festival in Poland closely related to beliefs and religions with a large number of participants. Viking is a cultural festival with high community.
● The annual Lajkonik Festival is held on the first Thursday after the Feast of Corpus Christi. Lajkonik was held to commemorate and celebrate the Polish people’s victory against the Mongols in the night raids that have entered the nation’s history.
● Wianki festival takes place in the summer in the city of Krakow. This is the traditional Polish custom, with the main activity being to drop a wreath into the river.
Wianki Festival is Polish culture with the activity of dropping wreaths into the river
Poland converges art culture, cuisine, architecture and extremely unique and impressive festivals. This beautiful country attracts thousands of tourists every year. If you have the opportunity to visit Poland, come to Wólka Kosowska – a community of Vietnamese living in Poland to shop and enjoy food!