2. Malopolska Travel Festival 50°N – what’s on the agenda of Outdoor Magazine

2. Malopolska Travel Festival 50°N – what's on the agenda?

50N Lesser Poland Travel Festival is a new event on the festival map of Poland. In a week Bochnia will become the capital of travel stories. The 50°N Festival will take place on April 22-24 this year. This is the second edition of the event, which this time will take the traditional form of meetings with invited guests. The Regis Cinema stage will feature travelers, Himalayans and athletes who will take the audience to wonderful places and show their ways of exploring the world.

Festival guests

2. The 50°N Malopolska Travel Festival will begin with a tour of Asia and a meeting with Paulina Kozub-Chwastek, Who (here an interesting fact) lived in Bochnia for 20 years. Further, through images and stories Tomasz Gorazdowski – host of the program "Life guru – open your eyes" on Radio 357, will be able to move to New Zealand and follow in the footsteps of the Lord of the Rings. Ewa Wachowicz i Klaudia Cierniak-Kożuch will present a behind-the-scenes look at conquering the Crown of the Earth's Volcanoes. The culmination of the first day of the 2. The 50°N Festival will be a wine and culinary expedition from Malopolska to Georgia, into which the audience will be taken by Maja Dutkiewicz i Bartosz Wilczynski – authors of the "Culinary Radio Wine Podcast".

Saturday will be marked by expeditions and mountains. Kamila Gruszka will share practical tips for organizing family trips "in nature" to the north of Europe. Another highlight of the program will be a treat for treasure hunters and off-road games, as the Anna Jarzębska i Krzysztof Florys discover the secrets of the project "Quests – Expeditions of Explorers". Hercog Mountain Challenge, or mountain adventures in sports will be the subject of a meeting with Piotr Hercog. The world from the perspective of the saddle will show the audience Adela Tarkowska i Krzysztof Józefowski, telling about his nearly 10-year bicycle journey around the world. The evening will conclude with a lecture Piotr Pustelnik, who will talk about his fascinating life and love for mountains.

On Sunday afternoon, the stage will feature reporter Szymon Opryszek with the theme "My crime is my passport". Malopolska's costumes on a journey around the world will be on display with the authors of the FolkAround project – Marta Załogowska i Maciej Tront. Then the audience will be taken on a camper van journey to Kabul Eleonora and Andrzej Meller. A conversation with Dawid Tomala – Olympic champion from Tokyo (2020) will be an opportunity to learn about the "other side of the medal", i.e. the constant travel that accompanies athletes. The last guest of the 50°N Festival will be Jasiek Mela, whose heartfelt story about the power and experience of impotence will show the audience that "impossible" is just an excuse.


The 50°N Festival is a weekend full of excitement and travel inspiration. This year, separate tickets are available for each day of the event. They can be purchased online in the reservation system of Regis Cinema: tickets.cinema.bochnia.en.

For more information, visit the event's Facebook fanpage www.facebook.com/50NFestival and at www.50n.pl.

2. Małopolska Travel Festival 50°N has been covered under the honorary patronage of the Marshal of the Małopolska Region – Mr. Witold Kozłowski, and the Mayor of Bochnia – Mr. Stefan Kolawiński.

The Main Partner of the 50°N Festival is the Małopolska Voivodeship. The Strategic Partner of the Festival is LOTTO, the Gold Partner is ERGO Travel Insurance, and the Organizing Partner is Bochnia.

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