Poland's brewing history goes back centuries, with one of Europe's oldest breweries located in an old Abbey in Szczyrzyc. Poland's craft beer scene has exploded in the past 5 years, with local microbrews replacing large multinational brands in pubs across the country. Kraków's Beerweek Festival brings many of the best Polish craft beers to Stadion Cracovia; guests pay to enter and then get discounted prices for delicious pints from dozens of top brewers, whose stands line the grounds. The three-day programme includes stand-up comedy and evening film screenings, but mostly this is a huge craft beer garden with dozens of food trucks; there's also a kids' play area. If you know the difference between an India or American Pale Ale, you shouldn't skip this event.