It is easy to feel the breath of history in Krakow. This city is one of the few Polish destinations that survived the Second World War without the significant loss of its architectural masterpieces. That’s why walking around the UNESCO-protected Old Town here feels so rewarding and magically atmospheric. The St. Mary’s Basilica is among the finest examples of religious architecture in Europe, the Krakow Market Square is the largest in Poland, the Wawel Castle and Cathedral is the breathtaking sight of world significance. However, not everything is about the central Krakow, venture further to find the old Jewish neighborhood of Kazimierz, get the best views of the city from the mystical Krakus Mound and pay a visit the utopically fascinating planned socialist city of Nowa Huta nearby.