Krakow, one of Poland's oldest and most beautiful cities, fascinates with its rich history, Gothic and Renaissance architecture. Enter a world of royal palaces, imposing churches and a vibrant Jewish heritage. Read moreBook my trip to Krakow
Krakow, the former capital of Poland, is now one of the most visited tourist destinations in the country. Its historic centre was one of the first sites to be inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1978. The main site is the magnificent Rynek Główny, the largest medieval square in Europe, surrounded by impressive buildings such as St. Wenceslas Basilica and Sukenica Hall. Krakow is also famous for its Jewish quarter, Kazimierz, which reflects its rich Jewish culture and history. Nearby Krakow is the tragic site of Auschwitz-Birkenau, the infamous Nazi concentration and extermination camps. Visit this beautiful city full of history, culture and turbulent fates.
An imposing royal castle and cathedral that have been the centre of political and cultural life in Poland for centuries.
The largest medieval square in Europe with many historic buildings, cafes and shops.
Gothic church with an impressive wooden altar, also known for the daily trumpeting from its tower.
Historic Jewish quarter with several synagogues, a Jewish cemetery and many restaurants and bars.
The former factory where Oskar Schindler saved hundreds of Jews from the Holocaust, now a museum documenting the Nazi occupation of Krakow.
A Gothic church with a Baroque interior and impressive facade, located near the Main Square.
A historic route leading from the Florian Gate through Rynek Główny to Wawel Castle, lined with beautiful monuments and buildings.
This historic salt mine, located near Krakow, is one of the oldest and largest salt mines in the world, with magnificent underground chambers and statues.
The Gothic gate, which once served as the main entrance to the city, is now one of the few remaining parts of Kraków's medieval walls.
The site of the former Nazi concentration and extermination camps, now a museum and memorial commemorating the victims of the Holocaust.
Journey deep beneath the Earth's surface to explore the Wieliczka Salt Mine, an enchanting subterranean wonderland of carved chambers, chapels, and crystalline salt formations that have captivated visitors for centuries.
A solemn reminder of one of the darkest chapters in human history. This former concentration and extermination camp stands as a symbol of the Holocaust, embodying the depths of human suffering and the consequences of hatred.
Perched majestically atop a limestone hill, the formidable Będzin Castle serves as a silent sentinel to Poland's rich medieval past. With its towering walls and intriguing tales, this castle beckons travelers on a journey through time.
Located in the heart of Silesia, the Tychy Brewery Museum in Poland is more than just a tribute to the country's brewing heritage; it's a fascinating journey through time and taste.
Katowice, the industrial jewel of southern Poland, represents a harmony between history and modernity. Explore this vibrant city full of culture, music and architecture and expect unexpected surprises around every corner.
Tarnów, known as the "Pearl of the Renaissance", beckons travelers with its colorful market square, rich Jewish heritage, and captivating stories from the annals of Polish history.
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