Just realized that the Juwenalia Festival 2020 in May coincides with the five days we are in Krakow. The description of the festival "Every year, at the cusp between May and June the city goes wild. Juwenalia is an annual student holiday usually celebrated before the summer exams. They take over the streets of Old Town and have a good time." Apparently during this time they own Market Square, arrange a Ball and a Beauty Contest there. We are fun loving seniors but we do appreciate a good nights sleep. Our accommodation is in Kazimierz and was described as quiet but is only a 10 minute walk from Market Square. Has anyone experienced Krakow during this festival? And if so is it out of control crazy and does it spill into all areas of the city. Would you suggest changing an itinerary because of it? We have 32 days on this our first trip to Central Europe. We plan our trips ourselves. All of our accommodations and a rental car in Austria are booked based on the itinerary that made the most sense. We are flying into Prague and out of Berlin, with Krakow the stop prior to Berlin. I am reluctant to switch the itinerary as it would incur significant costs and a lot of work. On two of the five days scheduled in Krakow we will be at Auschwitz and the Salt Mines. I realize that this festival will impact our Krakow experience significantly and would appreciate an idea of what to expect. Thank you for your time, I love this forum.