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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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I went here for a short break.
Any visitor can choose among the State Room, Royal Private Apartments, Crown treasury & Armoury, The Lost Wawel, and Oriental Art.
Surely, the more you pick, the more you have to pay. If you have a guide to...More
Truly spectacular. This castle stands tall by the Vistula river and is a 'must visit'.
Dating back to 1000 AD and the seat of the polish monarchy.
Fantastic views over the city and amazing architecture. Bars and cafes on site within the walls.
The Wawel Castle in Krakow is definitely one of the most visited castle in Poland. The castle is located on a high hill in Krakow. It is actually an old fort. The Sandomierska Tower and walls were built around the 15th century defend the castle....More
Great castle at the base of Old Town. We got tickets at the gate for the dragons den and the armoury. Each section of the castle is about $20 each. Interesting items in the armoury. Very old. The grounds around the castle are lovely. It’s...More
Krakow castle is a fortress and a little town at the same time. Walk up from any side as early as possible, before bigger tourist groups. View in good weather is very nice to Visla river, to the city and to the parts of castle....More
A very impressive building. You have to climb the hill to gain entry. Very nice grounds. The castle is in excellent condition. The interior was lovely also. A nice gift shop and a post office on site for stamps for postcards. Very convenient
Several rooms with furniture and art works from various artists Polish and European. The Royal Cathedral adjacent to the Palace is also worth a visit. Tickets are quite confusing as there are many expositions