Taking an Eco friendly electric buggy trip through the twists and turns of the old town, with both a sad and proud past.
Lovely buildings, very clean city, lots to see - Went to Podgorski to Jewish quarter, Heroes Square and the 'Pharamacy Under the Eagle' - all worth seeing
I really can't add on much to my headline as this city is nice for all purposes though eating out can be a bit of a challenge ! I live in London and even in good parts T-bone steak is around £16 mark which is 80 'Zeloties ' ie local currency, value at the time of my visit. On the... More
I don't think I have ever been to a city where the old part does not seem to have have one ugly building. Krakow Old Town is just beautiful and you could spend a week just exploring this part.
It was in the 70ies I think that Krakow was liste world heritage by the UNESCO. When I travelled from Krakow to Florence I there waas a moment when I questioned the unique beauty of Krakow - once back in Krakow I was reconfirmed: thsi city was strong and beauttiful long before Florence climbed the ranks :) Don't miss it,... More
There is so much to experience here. Make sure to pay the small amount to visit the Basilica--it is fabulous. Cloth Hall is also a great place to spend some time shopping. Tons of restaurants to choose from so you won't go hungry.
Loads to see and do and always something going on! The castle very impressive and the short tours on the Golf Buggies are worth the money!
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