Regional newspapers

The Krakow Post has teamed up with the best English-language newspapers from the region, to keep you informed about not only what’s going on in Poland, but in the entire Central and Eastern European area. Our partners below are committed to maintaining the same high standards of reporting, whether it’s local or national news, business, sports, or cultural events. Together, we aim to provide comprehensive coverage of the issues and events that affect all of us living and working in Central and Eastern Europe, as well as those who wish to remain informed when they’re passing by. So please browse our partner sites below, and be sure to look for the Regional News section in the printed version of the Krakow Post.

THE BALTIC TIMES is an independent weekly newspaper that covers latest political, economic, business, and cultural events in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Born of a merger between The Baltic Independent and The Baltic Observer in 1996, The Baltic Times continues to bring objective, comprehensive, and timely information to those with an interest in this rapidly developing area of the Baltic Sea region. Our news analysis and commentaries provide readers with insight essential to understanding the three Baltic countries and their neighbor.

 THE BUDAPEST TIMES and its sister paper BUDAPESTER ZIETUNG are the only weeklies in their respective languages in Hungary, having come out on top in long-running market battles in Budapest, although at one time both were the new the kids on the block. The Budapester Zeitung began publishing in 1999 and launched the Times in 2003. We are the newspapers of record for the expat business and diplomatic communities, providing western-style objective journalism, which sets us apart in Hungary. Our coverage is essential to understanding the fluid political, business and economic scene, while our news and cultural sections give readers what they need to know.

KRAKOW POST is Krakow’s only English language newspaper. As the most respected source of news and information for English speakers in the city, both in print and online, the Post provides readers with the latest stories on politics and current affairs, business and technology, sports, culture and the arts, as well as the popular City Life supplement, with nightlife news, restaurant reviews and top events. With a print circulation of up to 20,000, and distribution to more than 300 locations around the city, the Krakow Post is a highly visible and reliable source of news on Krakow Poland, both in print and online at

THE KYIV POST is Ukraine’s leading English-language newspaper. It has developed a sterling reputation for outstanding reporting, independent opinion and world-class journalism. The Kyiv Post played a vital role as one of the few independent media outlets under former President Leonid Kuchma. Over the years, the weekly newspaper has led the charge for a free press in Ukraine, and has played roles in the Georgiy Gongadze scandal, the Orange Revolution and other significant Ukrainian events. It is produced by a team of Western and Ukrainian journalists in Kiev. Launched in 1995, the newspaper’s circulation is 25,000 copies.

THE PRAGUE POST is the leading English-language source of news and life in Prague and the Czech Republic. The Prague Post offers independent commentaries and analyses from the world of politics, economics and culture, including comprehensive coverage of events, festivals, cinema and music around the Czech Republic.

THE SLOVAK SPECTATOR is Slovakia’s only English-language newspaper. It is published weekly from Bratislava and covers local news, business and culture. The company also publishes special publications, including the acclaimed Spectacular Slovakia travel guide, the Book of Lists business directory, and comprehensive guides to local real estate, investment environment and human resources.
The website is the only portal of its kind that provides comprehensive news about Slovakia, produced by native English speakers, on a daily basis. Thanks to its sub-sites =,,, and – it offers extensive information on a range of topics, and is a gateway for individuals interested in Slovakia.

THE SOFIA ECHO is Bulgaria’s national English-language newspaper, covering current affairs, business, politics and lifestyle stories of relevance to foreigners living and working in the country. Launched in 1997, the newspaper is published weekly and has a circulation of around 3000 copies, distributed via leading hotels, entertainment venues, central news kiosks and by subscription. The Sofia Echo has earned itself a reputation as an objective source of news and analysis about Bulgaria and the South East Europe region. The newspaper now also boasts the leading English-language website about Bulgaria, attracting around 300,000 impressions per month with daily news, commentary and blogs.