We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
So it’s a unique concept that you would have a dragon like sculpture that is actually breathing fire. But the dragon is so weird with its six arms and standing on legs that look like they belong on a table. A face that’s incredibly disproportionate...More
Visited the Dragon's Den, which there was nothing inside, and then took photos with the dragon. The kids said it's a waste of time, so you can imagine what we thought about the place as adults!!! 😂😂 if you are still inrested in visiting the...More
Nice place near Wawel Castle. We visited in the afternoon when the dragon was breathing fire in every 5 minutes for a few second, you can take cool pictures at these times. It is fun not only for kids but for adults also.
Nice place to visit before or after the tour at Wawel Castle (the statue is located directly at the exit of the Dragon's Den)
It was difficult to get a picture just of the dragon since there were children constantly climbing on the rock. :(
We visited the monument of Smok the legendary dragon of Wawel castle. The first thing to note is you DO NOT need to pay to visit this monument...it is outside of the castle grounds to the south west side. We first visited first thing in...More
This sculpture of Smok, the castle dragon of legend, is pretty cool. Allegedly, however, it breathes fire! I've seen pictures on the internet! But we stood for more than 30 minutes and waited (I can be very stubborn) and, alas, no fire. (There used to...More
The path down from the castle through the cave to the outside is a long winding stairway which could be awkward to larger people or those who are claustrophobic. Watch your head! The cave is a good experience for children as it is small, cool...More
Situated at the bottom of Wawel castle the dragon regularly breathes fire throughout the day. It's even more impressive after dark than it is mid afternoon when the sun is out.
It's worth a visit as the legend is popular and it also explains why...More
At irregular intervals, if you hang around long enough, like 10 minutes or so, you should see at least one fiery breath. There used to be a number you could send an SMS to, 7168 I believe it was, with text SMOK, but these... More
At irregular intervals, if you hang around long enough, like 10 minutes or so, you should see at least one fiery breath. There used to be a number you could send an SMS to, 7168 I believe it was, with text SMOK, but these days the reply is an error from the service. Supposedly the dragon stopped responding to messages around 2016. Still, I tried it and got an error, but the dragon did breathe fire soon after. Coincidence perhaps but still... ;)