Krakow has a lot of history and culture and the Old Town boasts as much as that as possible. It combines eras ranging from Slavics to modern day Poland
About Historic Old Town
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It is really hard to describe. It takes your breath away. Friendly people, so much to see and to learn. Climb up city hall tower. Visit all the amazing churches and wonder how they got build. The flair of the city will draw you in....More
Very interesting and informative, well worth the visit. Good interactive activities for children so would recommend for them.
Charming place with impressive Main Market Square. Lively in daytime as well as night time - maybe because the university and lots of students are there. A little bit like Rome - by keeping your eyes open, you get the feeling that you are seeing...More
There is so much history and such lovely buildings to photograph. You need good walking shoes and time to wander about. Visit every lane and alleyway and enjoy these original buildings - not post-war reconstructions.
Main market square - Rynek, Kosciol Mariacki, Cloth Hall, Wawel, Jewish part, lot of churches, statues; it is not concentrated only around the main square (as often usual) but it covers a really great part of the center; it is rich of monuments and history...More
The Historic Old Town is charming. There are many restaurants to choose from where you can sit and just enjoy your company, the view of the cathedral and all the activity that surrounds you. Also plenty of shops to roam through. Perogies are a must...More
Beautiful city with visible information signs. Lively and friendly atmosphere, sometimes I wished to have more information in English not only Polish. Easy to stroll around small streets with coffee shops and restaurants. Strange that one cannot take a walk in the parks with its...More