Let's explore royal Cracow...

  • 1. Cracow Market Square

    1. Cracow Market Square

    1. Cracow Market Square

    The market is situated in the city centre. This is the place which has the special meaning – historical, cultural, and social.

  • 2. Cloth Hall at Main Market Square by night

    2. Cloth Hall at Main Market Square by night

    2. Cloth Hall at Main Market Square by night

    Cloth Hall and Main Market Square are two of Cracow’s most famous icons. They are located in the Main Cracow’s Market. They look marvellous, especially at night.

  • 3. Royal Castle at Wawel

    3. Royal Castle at Wawel

    3. Royal Castle at Wawel

    The Wawel Castle is special because of its unique atmosphere. This is a very significant place in Cracow. Its monumental look projects incredible impressions. You may find here everything what can be found in the dream castle – majestic towers, domes and imposing battlements. Make sure you leave aside at least one hour to tour the Hill.

  • 4. St. Florian Gate

    4. St. Florian Gate

    4. St. Florian Gate

    The one of most famous Gothic towers begins by St. Florian’s Gate, on Royal Road.

  • 5. The Barbican

    5. The Barbican

    5. The Barbican

    This round bastion was built in 1498-99 and is one of the most fabulous barbicans in Europe.

  • 6. Kazimierz Quarter

    6. Kazimierz Quarter

    6. Kazimierz Quarter

    This outstanding district of Cracow is best known for being home to a thriving Jewish community from the 14th century until the outbreak of the Second World War. Comprising narrow streets and low buildings, it seamlessly combines the magnificent sacred architectures of two religions.