Unlock the magic of Krakow

Legend has it that Kraków was founded over a dragon’s cave, and Poland’s friendly medieval capital still breathes an air of ancient mystery. Different styles jostle in old squares, grand castles, synagogues, museums and kings’ tombs. Delve deeper with a tour.

Attractions in Krakow

Main Square (Rynek Glowny)
A gigantic medieval square, Rynek Glowny is Kraków’s beating heart.
Town Hall Tower
This colossal 13th century Gothic tower is the focal point of Main Square.
St Mary’s Basilica
A model of Brick Gothic style, this church is home to the Poland's national treasure: the gigantic wooden Altarpiece of Veit Stoss.
Wawel Castle
This castle perched atop Wawel Hill was the centre of power in Poland for centuries, and is the country's most important historical site.
Wawel Cathedral
Over 900 years old, this gorgeous cathedral is the coronation and burial site for Polish Kings and Queens.
Cloth Hall
The beautiful Renaissance 'Sukiennice' at the centre of Main Square was the commerical hub of Kraków.
St Andrew’s Church
The oldest in Kraków, this 11th century church is a fine example of Romanesque architecture and a rare 'fortress church' survivor of the 1241 Mongol invasion.
Oskar Schindler's Factory
The factory where Oskar Schindler sheltered hundreds of Jews over the course of the Second World War.
Kazimierz Jewish Quarter
A historic district that was formerly the Jewish centre of Kraków.
Schindler's List Passage, Jozefa Street
Small passage that was used for the filming of Schindler's List.
Krakow Old Town
Krakow Old Town is the historic centre of Krakow. It is one of the most visited and famous old districts in Poland today.
Royal Road Krakow
Royal Road is the historical coronation path of the Polish kings when Kraków served as the royal capital from the 14th century to the very end of the 16th century
Church of Saints Peter & Paul
St. Peter and Paul's Church is one of the most exquisite examples of Baroque architecture in Poland.
Tempel Synagogue
Tempel Synagogue is one of the first built landmark in Kazimierz district in Krakow.
Old Synagogue Krakow
Old Synagogue Krakow is an Orthodox Jewish synagogue situated in the Kazimierz district of Krakow, Poland.
Planty Park
Encircling the Old Town, the thirty scenic gardens of Planty Park are perfect for a relaxing stroll.
Jagiellonian University
Founded in 1364 in Krakow, the Jagiellonian University is the oldest higher education institution in Poland and one of the oldest in all Europe.
Old Jewish Cemetery
Old Jewish Cemetery is the oldest municipal cemetery in Krakow.
Remuh Synagogue
The Remah Synagogue is the smallest 16th-century Jewish temple.
Kraków Barbican
A historic gateway to the Old Town, the Kraków Barbican is an impressive relic of the city's old fortifications.
St Florian’s Gate
Dedicated to Poland's patron saint, the country's best known Gothic tower is the starting point of the Royal Road of Kraków.
Collegium Maius
Jagiellonian University's oldest building features extravagant lecture halls, professors' quarters, a library, and medieval treasures including the Jagiellonian Globe.
Collegium Novum
The Neo-Gothic main building of Jagiellonian University, opened for the 500th anniversary of the University's foundation.


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