Rynek Glowny is the largest market square in Europe and was once an important trading location.
Krakow was once an important trading hub, and a huge amount of the trading took place in the Sukiennice Cloth Hall.
One of Krakow’s iconic sites is St. Mary’s Basilica, also located at the main square.
A drawbridge from the Barbican over the city moat was the only way into the old town.
Situated on a hilltop, just outside Krakow old town, is the stunning Wawel Castle.
Wieliczka is a bizarre, 700-year old, underground salt mine, with a mind-blowing size of 300 kilometers!
The Jewish Quarter (Kazimierz) is one of the greatest neighborhoods in Krakow.
Larger and smaller pieces in all kinds of colors and forms can be discovered on a street art tour.
From the Jewish district, cross the river via the popular Bernatek Footbridge.
Finally, the Disney-like church Eglise Saint-Joseph can’t be missed when exiting the Bernatek footbridge.
Auschwitz-Birkenau was the largest Nazi concentration camp, where Jews, Gypsies, Jehovah, Polish, Hungarians, and more were deported.