Walk up Wawel Hill to the castle on the summit. On the first floor are the Royal Chambers, room after room of beautiful wood carvings, tapestries and wonderful architecture, including the Deputies' Hall with a wonderful ceiling of wood carvings of human heads. Not too much furniture in the rooms, but some lovely pieces. If you want to see the exhibition of paintings (when we were there, the Leonardo da Vinci painting of 'Lady with an Ermine' was on show) you must get a free ticket from the visitor centre. By the time we got there, all tickets for that day were gone, although it was only 12 midday. I would suggest getting your tickets for the extra exhibition before starting your tour. A very good place to visit - allow half a day.,
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