A Well-Preserved River City
Krakow was one of the few Polish cities to come through WWII with most of its beautiful historic buildings undamaged. The Old Town is recognised by UNESCO as World Heritage Site enclosing lively cobbled streets, magnificent architecture and Europe’s largest market square. Visit palaces, churches, universities and the royal Wawel Castle, as Poland’s former capital reveals its eclectic cultural tapestry.
The European Route of Jewish Heritage, the Cluniac Sites in Europe, The Hansa and the Via Regia cultural routes all pass through Kraków.