180 agglomerations from over 70 countries – this is the UNESCO Creative Cities Network to which Kraków, that won the city of literature title, belongs. #flyKRK and discover other craetive cities of LITERATURE.


As an exemplar literature city, Dublin celebrates the word in every form – from poetry, prose through drama to lyrics. James Joyce, Samuel Beckett, George Bernard Shaw, Bram Stoker and Oscar Wilde are among the great writers associated with the capital of Ireland. #flyKRK with Ryanair


The capital of Catalonia, just like Kraków, has been included in the network as a city of literature. Ever since the 19th century, it has been a publishing centre for Spanish, Latin American and Catalan literature. Achievements in this field are as spectacular as Gaudi’s architectonic masterpieces located in Barcelona. #flyKRK with Vueling or Ryanair


The capital of Scotland is associated with Arthur Conan Doyle, Walter Scott, Robert Louis Stevenson and J. K. Rowling. Therefore, it is no wonder that Edinburgh has become a city of literature. One of the city’s major events is Edinburgh International Book Festival, during which story-tellers spend nights entertaining with their excellent stories.#fly KRK with easyJET oraz Ryanair


Aleksander Fredro, Leopold Staff, Jan Kasprowicz, Gabriela Zapolska, Maria Konopnicka – these are only a few names that can be associated with Lviv. Rich history of the masters of the pen was the main reason why the Ukrainian metropolis was awarded the status of a city of literature.  #flyKRK with Ryanair .


Milan is the capital of Lombardia’s literary scene. This magnificent Italian city was praised by major writers such as Stendhal, Shelley, Wilde, Kafka or Hemingway. Milan impresses with a network of over 200 libraries, 400 bookshops and 500 publishing houses. There are also many book fairs that take place here. #flyKRK with linią easyJet oraz Ryanair


A place where Anthony Burgess, the author of Clockwork Orange, one of most famous literary dystopias and language experiments, was born and raised. This reason alone was enough for Manchester to become a city of literature. Here you can also find the house at 84 Plymouth Grove that was once visited by Charles Dickens, Charlotte Brontë, Harriet Beecher Stowe and Charles Eliot Norton. #flyKRK with easyJET, Jet2.com oraz Ryanair


Creators like Franz Kafka, Rainer Maria Rilke or Jaroslav Hašek were associated with multicultural Prague. Prague Public Library is the biggest building of its kind in the country. The capital also hosts Prague International Book fair and Literary Festival, as well as International Festival of Literature and Theatre.#flyKRK with Ryanair