Do you know that the Botanical Garden of the Jagiellonian University is located almost in the very center of Krakow, a 10-minute walk from the Main Market Square or the PKP Railway Station. It is the oldest botanical garden in the country, it has been functioning for almost 250 years (since 1783).
Enjoy a Sunday walk through the magical alleys among the trees and bushes.
But before we go for a walk, we will meet in the charming Milin Cafe, in the garden – we will drink coffee, eat ice cream and get to know each other better.
Because nothing is more relaxing than the beauty and harmony of nature 🙂
Meeting of the course participants in front of the Botanical Garden building of the Jagiellonian University in Kraków (ul. Kopernika 27).
Reception of tickets and entrance to the Garden.
Integration meeting and registration of participants in the Milin cafe.
11:00 – 12:00
Visiting the Botanical Garden
The workshops will be conducted in English.
Those willing to participate in the event, please book through the google forms https://forms.gle/U5hPVV643pdQvD4Q7
Organizational partners: Cafe Milin, One World – One Heart Foundation
The project is co-financed from the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund.
The Botanical Garden of the Jagiellonian University is currently the oldest facility of this type in Poland. Founded as the initiative of the National Education Commission, it collects thousands of plant specimens on an area of almost 10 ha. The garden plays an important role in the development of Krakow’s science, education and culture as a place of research, artistic inspiration and a “living museum” of the world’s flora visited by thousands of people every year. The garden was entered in the register of monuments as a valuable natural object, a monument of the history of science, gardening art and culture.