Kraków is the old capital of Poland and is currently the second-largest city in the country. As the most important tourist city in Poland, Kraków has many attractions and destinations in and around the city, such as Auschwitz, Wieliczka Salt Mine, etc. For travellers, it is a small but literary city with a long history and many stories, where you will feel that you have travelled through history and explored the long history of the Polish nation and European culture. Of course, we still have to add: it's full of value for money.
When you come here, you'll want to explore the sights that you can't miss.
Wawel Castle and Cathedral is located on Wawel Hill on the banks of the Vistula River. Climb up to the castle to experience the centuries of history and see where the royal family once lived, and you can also enjoy the view of the old city from here.
Main Market Square, formed in 1257, is the main square of the Old Town of Krakow, with an area of about 40,000 square meters and is one of the largest medieval squares in Europe. In 2005 Central Market Square was selected as the best square in the world.
Oskar Schindler's factory If you are visiting Krakow to see Auschwitz and some of the relics of World War II, you can't miss Schindler's factory, located in the neighbourhood next to the Vistula River, where the movie "Schindler's List" was based and where you can start thinking about life and respect again. Here you can start thinking about life and respect again.
The Wieliczka Salt Mine is 327 meters deep and over 287 kilometres long. Although no longer mined today, the Wieliczka Salt Mine is famous as a World Heritage Site and it has become one of the must-see attractions in Krakow. Walk through the three-kilometre underground tour route, touch the salt walls, see the salt sculptures and architecture, and marvel at the Church of St. Kinga a hundred meters underground: it's only 1%. Strolling through the Kazimierz ghetto, perhaps you will find it the most fascinating place in Krakow. On both sides of the narrow cobblestone streets, every business, every cafe, and every restaurant is so chic that it's romantic to sit down with a cup of coffee, a glass of wine, and a feast of Yiddish culture like no other.
Boulevards of Krakow Bernatka Foodbridge Stroll with your lover along the most charming boulevard in Krakow, where you can enjoy a breathtaking panoramic view of the city, lock a token of love on the railing of the Bernatka Bridge and throw the key into the river, which is said to be Krakow's blessing for love.
Of course, Polish food is also famous all over the world. In some local Polish restaurants, traditional Polish dishes, traditional Polish costumes and traditional Polish dancing and singing are all in one, and you can choose Folk Show as the place for lunch and dinner, and you will be quite impressed by the warm service and the full portion of food, and of course the traditional Polish culture and very reasonable prices.