Top 10 sights in Kraków
Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp was set up by the Germans in 1940 in the outskirts of Oswiecim and became the largest death camp.
The Main Square, also known as Main Market Square, in Kraków is 40,000 square meters. It is the largest Medieval square in Europe. Find out what to see.
Well 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.
Towering over Wawel Hill, Wawel Royal Castle is one of the most beautiful constructions around the world and the iconic symbol of Poland.
The 14th century Wawel Cathedral (Kraków Cathedral) is one of the most sacred temples in Poland. It represents an important part of the nation’s history.
The Wieliczka Salt Mine, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1978, is one of the most visited sights in Poland. Discover it.
Planty 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.
Situated in Kazimierz district, the Old Synagogue was built in the fifteenth century by the Czech Jews that immigrated to Poland.
The Remuh Synagogue was designed in a Renaissance style mid 16th century. It is the smallest synagogue in Kazimierz district and the only one in use.
The 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.