Kraków is a unique city offering plenty of attractions to make the pleasant and worry-free time more enjoyable. The Old Town abounds with monuments and time vehicles that transfer to the late Middle Ages - eg historic St. Mary's Church or Sukiennice together with a modern museum, built especially for Kraków visitors.
Near the Main Market Square there is another building worth seeing - built in the 14th century and extended by the following centuries - St. Anne's Church. Floriańska Street welcomes you with the wealth of souvenir shops and the Floriańska Gate.
Grodzka Street will lead to the former residence of the Polish kings, Wawel castle - a beautiful fortress that survived the Second World War and during which it was the seat of the Governor General of Kraków.
Another beautiful districts of Krakow - Wawel - and Kazimierz are located near . Tourists will find here a climatic, narrow streets and many antique shops. Nowy Square and Plac Wolnica are the main attractions of this district. At Plac Nowy, you can eat typical for this place, the famous " casseroles ", while at Plac Wolnica, visit the Ethnographical Museum. In this district of Krakow there are also many worth visiting synagogues and Oskar Schindler's Factory Enamel - a modern museum showing the history of World War II and the fate of workers who were saved from the hell of the Holocaust. In our beautiful city you have a chancea to admire the beauty of the modern Congress Center ICE Krakow and Tauron Arena Krakow , where great and unique concerts are often held, as well as fall under the spell of Krakow theaters and the Krakow Opera. In summer, both tourists and native Cracovians can take advantage of the rich offer that the Water Park has.
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