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Cultural tourism, including wine and beer tourism, is focused on promoting regions and local alcoholic beverages. This has long traditions. It is not only about visiting places where alcohol is produced. Visitors can also learn valuable information about the history of the beverage, methods of serving it, as well as take part in the tasting.

Mundivie S.A., with tourists in mind(connoisseurs of luxury alcohol and lovers of regional beverages) has opened Krakow’s House of Craft Spirits.

We decided to create a place where it would be possible to learn the most important information about noble spirits and how to serve them – using appropriate methods, such as temperature, method of serving or appropriate type of glass. Decorated with taste, the atmospheric interior is conducive to pleasant conversation and relaxation.