Tap Water

tap water in cracow
Tap water in Cracow,  is completely safe and drinkable. If you really want to, you may drink it freely instead of bottled water sold in shops. What is more, you will not pay even a penny for it.
Cracow is a city that is proud of the quality of its tap water. In order to make its inhabitants more aware of the superb quality of drinkable water flowing through their pipes, city officials have launched the “Delicious water out of the tap” project, the predominant aim of which is to encourage people to drink the liquid in question more frequently.
Total amount of minerals in the Cracow’s tap water is equal to 365 mg/l, which is much more than in numerous bottled products available in shops. Moreover, examinations carried out by BEC (Benchmarking European Committee) have shown that water in Cracow’s taps is second purest one in the world. Water quality is the highest in Singapore. It is worth taking into account that such countries as the Netherlands, Spain, Belgium, Great Britain or Japan, and many more have lost to the aforementioned tap water quality leaders.

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