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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.

Nearby Attractions

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Main Square (Rynek Glowny)
A gigantic medieval square, Rynek Glowny is Kraków’s beating heart.
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.
Cloth Hall
The beautiful Renaissance 'Sukiennice' at the centre of Main Square was the commerical hub 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.

Related Tours

Full-day Highlights of Krakow

Previously Poland’s capital, Krakow is not surprisingly the hub for European history and culture. On this full-day highlights tour you will dig up that history as you explore Krakow’s most desired tour destinations - Old Town and the Jewish Quarter. 

You will embark on an exciting journey as you travel the famous Royal Route, previously reserved for Krakow’s king’s and celebrities. Starting at the Barbican Castle you will move to Krakow’s Main Square where you will be welcomed by marvellous façades, the gigantic Town Hall Tower, exciting shops and much more. If you’re looking for something - Main Square has it! 

Following a traditional Polish lunch, we will continue our walk to another one of Krakow's most sought for locations: Wawel Hill. Known as the centre of political power in Krakow, the Hill has witnessed a plethora of Royal crownings and ceremonies.  

Next, you will travel to Kazimierz, a district that flourished with Jewish culture as early as the 15th century. Here, you will explore many of the areas that you might have seen in the Oscar-Award-Winning Schindler’s List movie. Our journey will end at Oscar Schindler’s Factory, after which your guide can make some fabulous dinner recommendations.

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