Visit Krakow

      You can start your journey to Krakow  from the Main Square of the city - the Main Market - which has retained its original medieval appearance to this day. On its territory is located an old Jagiellonian University, the second largest in Central Europe. There you will also find town hall, the Shopping rows and other famous monuments.

      It is Wawel Palace nearby, it is the former residence of Polish kings. On its territory you will see a magnificent garden, a cathedral, a huge number of museums and even a treasury.

      Among the well-known tourist sites in Krakow  attractions include viewing platforms, from which you can see the surroundings of the city. These are the mounds of Kosciuszko, Pilsudski and Krak, the observation deck of the St. Mary’s Church and the Tvardovsky rock. They are very close to the city. If you decide to enjoy the beautiful views and spend time with benefits, visit the winter resort town of Zakopane.

      Not far from Krakow there are famous salt mines. Huge caves, more than 3 km long, cold grottoes but crystal-clear underground lakes those are breathtaking. In the same place you will find a chapel where weddings are held, restaurants and a hotel for tourist.

      Visit Krakow  and you will discover a pleasant modern European city and historical city of war period. From the XV century on the territory of modern city there was a Jewish quarter Kazimierz. For many years it was surrounded by a high wall from the city and during the Second World War the area was like home to the famous Oskar Schindler`s factory of. Today there are several synagogues, museums and exhibition galleries as well as many cozy cafes and restaurants in the quarter.

      Another great monument is the museum, located 55 km from Krakow. This is the infamous concentration camp of Auschwitz-Birkenau (Auschwitz). Every year millions of tourists come to commemorate the victims.

      Visit Krakow  and you will discover a pleasant modern European city and historical city of the war period. From the XV century on the territory of the modern city there was a Jewish quarter Kazimierz. For many years it was surrounded by a high wall from the city, and during the Second World War, the area was home to the famous factory of Oscar Schindler. Today, in the quarter, there are several synagogues, museums and exhibition galleries, as well as many cozy cafes and restaurants. Another great monument is the museum, located 55 km from Krakow. This is the infamous concentration camp of Auschwitz-Birkenau (Auschwitz). Every year, millions of tourists come to commemorate the victims.

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