All Saints’ Day in Poland | 1st of November | Polish Tradition
One of the most important celebrations in Poland during the year is All Saints’ Day. As in many other countries in the world, there is a special day of the year to remember the ones that are not longer with us. In the case of Poland, million of Poles will go back to their villages, towns or cities of origin to commemorate their loved ones.
Celebrating All Saints’ Day in Poland
The 1st of November is a bank holiday in Poland, which means that there will not be commercial activities (except from the sale of candles and flowers), and all the highways and roads will have heavy traffic during this day. Inside the big cities, like Warsaw or Krakow, it might be possible that the public transportation might change due to the amount of people that is visiting the cemeteries.