Wawel Royal Castle
Home to three dynasties of Poland's
monarchs. Its stately halls and exquisite
chambers are filled with priceless art, best
period furniture and rare ancient objects. The
collection of the 16th-century monumental Flemish
tapestries is matchless.
Poland's impressive national shrine
shelters plenty of superb church art.
Krakow’s central Grand Square (Rynek
Glowny), the largest plaza of medieval Europe and
one of the world’s finest with its spectacular
landmarks, has remained the hub of the city since
the 13th century. Krakow residents and visitors
come here to meet each other, to do business, to
shop, and to enjoy themselves.
Basilica of the
The immense Gothic church, Krakow's
principal temple since the 13th century, shelters
the world's greatest Gothic sculpture among its
many excellent works of art.
The world's oldest shopping mall has
been in business for 700 years. The present
Renaissance edifice dates from 1555.
Town Hall Tower
Krakow's leaning tower was built by the
end of the 13th century.
700-year-old main city gate with
adjoining mighty walls and towers.
Awesome 500-year-old unmatched
masterpiece of medieval military engineering
Planty Garden Ring
Park of 30 varied gardens among old
trees round Krakow's Old Town historical
15th-century impressive Grand College of
Krakow university where Copernicus once studied.
The most beautiful of Europe's ancient
Picturesque 17th-century church and
monastery shelter numerous naturally mummified
bodies in their crypts.
Poland's prime tourist attraction and a
must-see in Central Europe boasts numerous
world-class monuments, charming vistas,
delightful atmosphere, and the best restaurants.
Car in Krakow
Parking zones and parking lots in
the city center.
the proximity of Krakow
Krakow is Poland's tourist mecca, and
also a gateway to many other must-see sites in
City of Krakow map
of the Main Roads in Krakow
of Kazimierz historic dostrict
Stroll Round the Grand Square
Krakow's Kazimierz District
Up the Royal Road
the footsteps of Pope John Paul II