Lesser Poland

Cracow

Highly recommended
Cracow
The Essential
Highly recommended
Krakow is the historic capital of Poland: a place of deep religious significance, the final resting place of the Kings of Poland, the site of the venerable university where Nicholas Copernicus studied and Pope John Paul II attended the seminary. It seems almost miraculous that the city escaped destruction during the Second World War. The exceptional architectural heritage is a result of the influence of Casimir the Great (14C). This influence extended beyond the city and well into the 16C with the arrival of the Italian Renaissance.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Cracow

Church of Our Lady Church of Our Lady
Church of Our Lady
The Church of Our Lady is an impressive
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Ulica Kanonicza (Canons' Street) Ulica Kanonicza (Canons' Street)
Ulica Kanonicza (Canons' Street)
This street, one of the city's oldest,
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Rynek Glowny (Rynek) Rynek Glowny (Rynek)
Rynek Glowny (Rynek)
This big square is always lively. The
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Wawel Cathedral Wawel Cathedral
Wawel Cathedral
The Gothic cathedral dedicated to St
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Old Town Old Town
Old Town
Inside the green swathe of Planty Park,
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Wawel Wawel
Wawel
Proudly standing between two bends of
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