The Kazimierz district is one of the most famous areas of Krakow. Its fame is not only due to the many historical monuments there that are on the UNESCO World Heritage List, but also because it was the centre of life for generations of the Jewish community.
St. Mary’s Basilica is a must-see for everyone who visits Cracow. You literally can’t miss it. It would be hard since it’s adjacent to the Main Market Square – the beating heart of the historic part of the city. Even if you don’t recognise this impressive medieval church from the start, you’ll definitely hear it!
The Wawel Cathedral, over the centuries it was the royal coronation church and the resting place of outstanding Poles
In Krakow’s Podgórze, in its post-industrial part of Zabłocie, at 4 Lipowa Street, there is Oskar Schindler’s Enamel Factory, a symbol of salvation and humanitarianism.
In the central point of the city of Krakow, you can find the majestic building of the Cloth Hall, which decorates the Main Market Square.
Kraków Old Town is the beating heart of the city. It’s the place where you can start your journey into the past and feel as if you travelled a couple of hundred years back in tim
One of the most important examples of Jewish architecture in Europe.
This unusual place, despite its name, is more an art gallery rather than museum. Founded in 2004 by British photographer, Chris Schwarz
Wawel Castle is something you cannot miss out on while visiting Krakow
One of the most interesting spots on Grodzka street, which is part of the Royal Route leading to Wawel Castle, is the imposing building of the Church of Saints Peter and Paul.
Discovering Krakow’s Old Town usually starts at Florian Gate – the most important historical entrance to the city. Right next to it is the Barbican, which is not only one of the most characteristic objects of military architecture in Krakow, but also one of the few that have survived to this day in Poland.