Kraków AirportDiscover the Kraków Airport and find out the best ways to get to Kraków city center from the airport, either by taxi, train, bus or transfer services.
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Main Market SquareThe Main Square, also known as Main Market Square, in Kraków is 40,000 square meters.
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Stare MiastoThe most important sightseeing area of Kraków is Stare Miasto, which means Old Town in Polish.
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KazimierzEstablished during the fourteenth century, Kazimierz was once known as the Jewish City and is one of the areas most crippled during World War II.
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PodgórzePodgórze was a city across the Vistula river until 1795.
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Nowa HutaNowa Huta is a district founded during the Polish People’s Republic in Kraków.
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Schindler's FactoryWell known thanks to Spielberg’s film “Schindler’s List”, Oskar Schindler was a German buisnessman who saved over 1,200 Jews by hiring them in his factory.
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Wawel Castle Towering over Wawel Hill, Wawel Royal Castle is one of the most beautiful constructions around the world and the iconic symbol of Poland.
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Wawel Cathedral The 14th century Wawel Cathedral (Kraków Cathedral) is one of the most sacred temples in Poland.
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BarbicanThe Kraków Barbican is the most famous part of the medieval walls still standing and one of the few constructions of the style built in Europe.
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Town Hall Tower The Town Hall Tower stands 75-meters high overlooking the Main Market Square.
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Collegium MaiusCollegium Maius (Grand College) is the oldest building of the Jagiellonian University in Poland.
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Old City WallsThe City Walls of Kraków were established around the Old Town during the thirteenth century.
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Gestapo Headquarters Situated on 2 Ulica Pomorska is a building that was used as the Gestapo headquarters in Kraków during the 1940s.
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Pharmacy Under the EagleThe Pharmacy Under the Eagle was a pharmacy located in Podgórze, the Jewish ghetto, run by Tadeusz Pankiewicz who tried to help the imprisoned Jews.
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Wawel DragonAccording to a Polish legend, a cruel dragon lived in a cave at the foot of Wawel Hill until it was slaughtered by a wise shoemaker.
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Polish Aviation MuseumHoused in the former Kraków Airport, the Polish Aviation Museum was opened to the public in 1964.
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Czartoryski Museum The Czartoryski Museum houses an exquisite collection of furniture, porcelain, crystal, tapestry, antiques.
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19th Century Polish Art Gallery The 19th Century Polish Art Gallery in Kraków houses one of the largest nineteenth century art collections in the country.
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Museum of Municipal EngineeringThe Museum of Municipal Engineering is one of the most modern foundations in Krakow.
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Ethnographic Museum The Ethnographic Museum is inside an imposing Renaissance style building in Kazimierz district.
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Museum of Contemporary ArtOpened to the public in 2011, the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCAK) if one of Krakow’s latest museums.
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Galicia Jewish Museum The Galicia Jewish Museum was founded in memory of all the Holocaust victims and to celebrate the Jewish culture of Galicia, a region of Poland.
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Rynek UndergroundSituated beneath the Main Market Square of Krakow, this underground museum takes its visitors back in time to the Middle Ages.
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National MuseumThe main branch of the National Museum in Kraków features an extensive 20th century Polish art collection, including uniformes, armor and furniture.
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Jan Matejko HouseThe Jan Matejko House is situated in the Old Town of Kraków.
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Archaeological MuseumThe Archaeological Museum of Krakow features a collection of over 500,000 archaeological finds from the Paleolithic period up to the modern era.
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Archdiocesan MuseumHoused in a building where John Paul II once lived, the Archdiocesan Museum has a collection of thirteenth to seventeenth century sacral art.
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Tempel SynagogueCombining neo-Renaissance style with Moorish elements, Tempel Synagogue was established in the 19th century.
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Isaac SynagogueEstablished in 1644 as a gift to Krakow from the banker Isaak Jakubowicz, Isaac Synagogue is the largest and one of the most beautiful in the city.
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Kupa SynagogueKupa Synagogue was founded in 1643 funded by the local autonomous Jewish government.
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High SynagogueHigh Synagogue is also known as Tall Synagogue or Wysoka Synagogue, as it was once the tallest Jewish temple in Krakow.
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Old SynagogueSituated in Kazimierz district, the Old Synagogue was built in the fifteenth century by the Czech Jews that immigrated to Poland.
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Remuh Synagogue The Remuh Synagogue was designed in a Renaissance style mid 16th century.
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St. Mary's BasilicaSt.
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Church of St. Peter and Paul St.
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St. Andrew's ChurchSt.
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Basilica of St. FrancisEstablished in the thirteenth century for the Franciscan monks that moved from Prague, the Basilica of St.
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The Lord's ArkThe Lord’s Ark Church was built on the outskirts of Nowa Huta, one of the only planned socialist realist districts, by volunteers during ten years.
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Holy Trinity Basilica The Basilica of the Holy Trinity was commissioned by the Dominican Order of Bologna in 1223, after the Mongol invasion.
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Corpus Christi BasilicaKing Casimir III the Great commissioned Corpus Christi Basilica in Kazimierz in 1335.
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Planty ParkPlanty Park in Kraków is a charming green space surrounding the Old Town, which is full of monuments and serves as the lung of the city.
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Auschwitz Concentration CampAuschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp was set up by the Germans in 1940 in the outskirts of Oswiecim and became the largest death camp.
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Wieliczka Salt Mine The Wieliczka Salt Mine, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1978, is one of the most visited sights in Poland.
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