4 main areas of Kraków
The most important sightseeing area of Kraków is Stare Miasto, which means Old Town in Polish. It is packed with fascinating landmarks.
Established during the fourteenth century, Kazimierz was once known as the Jewish City and is one of the areas most crippled during World War II.
Podgórze was an independent city across the Vistula river until 1795. The Nazis created a ghetto in this area where all the Jews from Kraków were placed during WW2.
Nowa Huta is a district founded during the Polish People’s Republic in Kraków. It is based on Socialist realism, the popular architecture style of the time.