The Barbakan is located just outside the Old Town walls at the bottom of Ulica Florianska . Built in the 1300s, it remains a ... More
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 structure are a massive three meters thick and Poles pride themselves on the fact that the Barbakan was never captured in battle. Surrounded by a park area, this heavy piece of history is architecturally fascinating, and massively impressive.
A great family vacation, but not only everyone will enjoy, from the out door coffee shops to the night clubs, eveings strolls, to day time shopping. There are even out door concerts here. The interaction of locals and tourists. You don't even need to speak polish, practically everyone speaks english. The locals are freindly.
Jozef Mehoffer was a painter who lived at the turn of the century. His home has been a meeting place
for the crème de la crème of Krakow's artistic society. For those who are interested in local versions of ...
This is probably the best way to approach Wawel Castle as Ulica Kanonicza is home to some of the most
beautiful houses in Krakow, including the 600 year old house of Dlugosz which originally housed the Jagiellonian baths and ...
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 from the museum uses its' proximity ...
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