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Serving as a royal residence and the site where the country's rulers governed Poland for five centuries (1038-1596), this castle is a symbol of the independent Polish state and today contains a priceless collection of 16th-century Flemish...more
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Let me start this review by saying the castle is a beautiful place, like a fairytale castle and if you are in Kraków it is a must and should probably be top of your to do list inside the city. So why don't I rate...More
Spent a couple of hours walking around the castle and grounds. Very impressive building. Views from the walls very scenic. Don’t forget to go and see the fire breathing dragon(fire every five mins) he is located at foot of the walls down by the river.
I was looking forward to coming hete but it was mainly one big courtyard with a few buildings dotted around. Got there early ( quarter to 10 in morning ) and the queue for tickets was already snaking it's way around the back of the...More
The castle and cathedral are both beautiful and well worth a visit. Walking around the grounds is a great way to spend an hour and there are excellent views of the city. If you want to visit and of the exhibitions then make sure you...More
Entrance was free in November, I am not sure about other months. We arrived at 11:45 and joined the ticket queue but unfortunately we were told soon afterwards that there were no tickets left for that day.
We were still able to look around the...More
We visited the castle in May current year.
The castle is very nice, with great and valuable renaissance pictures, furniture and architecture. We visited the state rooms and private apartments, for both we choose the hour of entrance and the language of the guided tour...More