• Famous Churches in Krakow
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    Famous Churches in Krakow you Must-See

    Want to see one-of-its-kind architecture while vacationing in Krakow? Would you like to know where the city’s main wealth lies? Visit Krakow churches. Despite its modern age, Krakow never forgets its root. The town maintains its rich culture and traditions evident in its churches and other religious sites. Krakow churches are plentiful; hence it is impossible to explore all.  On the city’s touristic map, there are over 350 churches listed for you to choose from. Equally impressive is the fact that no two church has similar features. Each church boasts its own unique feature, so there’s something to admire.  Here are the best five churches in Krakow recommended to visit.…

  • Krakow's Old Town
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    Exploring Krakow’s Old Town

    Many argue that no trip to Poland will be considered complete without spending at least a day in Krakow. It is described by many as a charming city that’s not only attractive but also ideal for travelers on all budgets, ages, and lifestyles. Visiting Krakow is one of the greatest travel decisions you’ll ever make. This is because the city never disappoints. What you’ll find upon arrival will amaze you – a beautiful Old Town bustling with activities and attractions designed to suit the lifestyle of every traveler. The Old Town is the most vibrant and popular place in Krakow, attracting more than 10 million people annually. The area is…

  • Barbican in Krakow
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    Barbican in Krakow

    The Barbican in Krakow is one of the symbols of the city. This unusual building that guards the historic entrance to the city attracts crowds of tourists every day. The Barbican is one of the few preserved elements of the former fortifications of the city. Its history is quite turbulent, and there were even plans to destroy it. What do we know about the Krakow Barbican preserved to this day? History The Barbican was built at the very end of the 15th century. King Jan Olbracht personally laid the cornerstone and financed the construction of fortifications. The role of the Barbican was to defend the city against the invasion of Wallachian-Turkish…