Introducing Krakow

As one of the leading centres of Polish academia, culture and art, the city of Krakow is one of the country’s most important economic hubs and is said to hold the key into the secret world of true Polish history and identity. Well-known for its well-preserved medieval centre, its beautiful Old Town area and the charming Jewish quarter, Krakow is a city that fuses old and new, bringing Renaissance romance into a contemporary world. Loved for its lively and beer-fuelled nightlife, this incredible city has an electric evening atmosphere that can rival that of the capital; and from the arty cafes of Rynek Glówny to the dark underground wine cellars stretching from the Old Town to Kazimierz, you’ll be able to find a place to grab your favourite tipple because this dynamic southern Poland city really comes into its own when the sun goes down.

Highlights of Krakow

Rynek Glówny
The large market square of Rynek Glówny is the city’s main square and it’s lined with chic cafes and restaurants with a buzzing atmosphere in the day and at night.
Old Town
Don’t miss the Old Town area of Krakow, famed for its beautiful architecture and old cobbled streets. Also well-known for its excellent nightlife.
St. Mary’s Basilica
This 14th Century Gothic church is an iconic landmark in the city featuring two towers and incredibly ornate décor inside.
Kraków Cloth Hall
This beautiful market hall is one of Krakow’s most recognised tourist sights and it features a Polish art museum inside.

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