Kraków – Polish Kings City

10 050 000! A huge number. What does it say? The number of foreign tourists, who in 2015 visited Krakow. More than 80% of them are so in love with the city that already planning to return.

It is worth coming to Krakow because it is a journey into another world - a world of charming alleys, original cafes and pubs, galleries full of souvenirs. Here everyone visiting can feel like an expedition into the past and let yourself be charmed by the unusual atmosphere. The beauty of the monuments and their historical value will delight everyone.


Must see Krakow market with a dense network of streets and Wawel Castle. Standing on the market St. Mary's Church and the Cloth Hall are known throughout the world, beautiful Royal Route from the Florian Gate to the Wawel delight wealth of architecture and a multitude of monuments. The oldest part of Krakow - Old Town - retained their shape unchanged.
Krakow is one of the oldest Polish cities, with many valuable architectural objects. It acts in many institutions and cultural establishments accumulating priceless monuments.
Up to 1795 Krakow was formally the Polish capital, and by 1611 was the place of the Polish state.
Get a taste of the mood of the city, which will provide you with an unforgettable experience! Within the walls of Krakow you can find hundreds of places where even the most demanding will find that it is without doubt one of the most beautiful cities in Europe.


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