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5 Ulica Wadol
Conveniently situated in the city center on the Wawel Hill, the royal home guarantees an invaluable lesson in Polish history. This was the seat of power from the 11th century until 1609 when the capital ...
The Barbakan is located just outside the Old Town walls at the bottom of Ulica Florianska . Built in the 1300s, it remains a beautiful relic of old Europe. The walls of this ...
2 Ulica Solna
The Bochnia Salt Mine, located around 20 kilometers (12.43 miles) from Krakow, is one of the oldest mines in Europe. It's also the only one in Poland to have an underground ...
Ulica Florianska runs almost directly north out of the Old Town Square , all the way up to the defensive walls. It has become the city's most fashionable shopping street and there are many ...
7 Plac Mariacki
St Mary's Basilica, or St Mary's Church, with its asymmetrical facade dominates the Old Town Square . It dates back to the 16th Century and was the most important church in the city for many ...
In the north west corner of the Old Town Square stands a small, green water pump with a small plaque affixed to it. On this spot on March 21, 1980, Walentyn Badylak doused himself in gasoline and ...
19 Ulica Swietojanska
The building of the Czartoryski Museum itself is pretty and famous in its own right, but the museum is acclaimed in Poland for one particular painting. In fact, the hotel across the street ...
The Sukiennice is one of the city's premier attractions. It is, in essence, a Renaissance shopping mall. It was rebuilt in 1550, which indicates how long the ...
Ulica Jana Mikolaja Danilowicza 10
Wieliczka Salt Mine, located at a distance of 30 kilometers (18.6 miles) south from the center of Krakow, is the oldest of its kind in Poland. Salt has been ...