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Krakow can be visited without a watch at your wrist. Every hour, a man plays trumpet notes from the top of the Basilica of St. Mary’s Basilica. It dominates the Market square, the Rynek, where you take the pulse of the city. In summer, the terraces are full and it is from here that people meet during the day or in the evening to go out. Krakow is very cosmopolitan, student and dynamic so well that people almost forget its difficult yet very recent past. During the visit of Krakow, we immediately understand why the city is considered as the cultural capital of the country. Its architectural and cultural heritage is huge: its museums, its castle, its Jewish quarter, but also not far from here the Auschwitz-Birkenau camps, the Wieliczka mines… It will take you more than a weekend to discover Krakow.

The best area to stay in Krakow

Where to stay in Krakow ? Find the best area to stay in Krakow to visit Poland’s second largest city, city of art and history. Stretching over 326.8 km², Krakow is three times bigger than Paris. It is also the […]

25 best things to do in Krakow

There are so many Things to do in Krakow! Historic houses and palaces, squares with churches, shops, stalls with local specialties, restaurants, cozy cafes, and bars. In Krakow, Poland’s most visited and most beautiful city, you sometimes feel like being […]