In the middle of history

In the middle of history

In the middle of history

In the middle of history

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It is the former capital of Poland, one of the most beautiful cities of Europe visited by crowds of tourists from all over the world. Coming to Cracow, it is worth knowing a little bit about its attractions, waiting at every step. Car rental can be convenience for those, who have little time for sightseeing.                     

Main Square

Many tourists start the city tour at the Main Square, which is vibrant with life, regardless of the season. Most of the tenements and palaces around the Main Square are historical monuments and are several centuries old. There are many cafes, restaurants serving traditional polish dishes (for example Polish breaded pork chops, pierogi) and specialities from around the world, market stalls with souvenirs and shops with exclusive goods. 


Cloth Hall located on the Main Square is a treat for collectors and souvenir enthusiasts. Since the old days, it has been a center of trade and so it is today. On colorful stalls, you can find all sorts of jewelry, paintings and variety of other handcrafts related to Cracow. On the upper floor painting, lovers can visit the Gallery of the 19th-Century Polish Art. 


It is a beautiful district of Cracow, the center of the cultural life of the city. The main point is the Nowy square, also known as the Żydowski square, it attracts the attention of tourists. Kazimierz is also full of historic tenements and sacral buildings (including synagogues: Old Synagogue, Isaac, Tempel and Remuh Tepel; and churches: Skałka, The Corpus Christi Basilica, St. Catherine’s or the Holy Trinity). 

Wawel Royal Castle

Wawel Castle located on the Wawel Hill is the centuries-old seat of Polish kings and a symbol of Polish statehood, one of the most important places in Poland, both historically and culturally. Since 1930 the Wawel Castle has also been one of the most important museums in Poland. Permanent exhibitions faithfully reflect the renaissance and baroque style of staterooms. You can find here a unique collection of furniture, paintings, sculptures, textiles, gold objects, weapons and porcelain, as well as the famous tapestry collection of Sigismunt II Augustus, magnificent renaissance Italian art and the most famous European collection of tents, which is a part of the Oriental Art exhibition.


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