The Krakow area and Malopolska region is known for its many beekeeping farms.
Honey is used not only in cooking, but also in medicine.
Specifically, in the southern part of Poland, there are thousands of apiaries that produce various types of honey, including honeydew, linden, acacia, and buckwheat.
Approximately 80,000 bee families live here and are looked after by thousands of beekeepers. You will visit open-air museums created with unique exhibitions of beekeeping equipment.
You will visit beekeeping farms where you can not only buy honey, but also taste honey delicacies prepared according to traditional recipes, learn the secrets of bee life, and participate in workshops which may spark your own interest beekeeping for personal interest or as a new business.
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