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Krakow the capital city of Poland, gives you myriad of options to explore, so If you are a traveller and love to explore new places around the world, you must visit Krakow, a city rich with marvellous architecture and unforgettable history. If you love stunning desserts, attractive architectures and interested in rich history, Krakow should be in your bucket list. This city is one of the cheapest, city to explore in Europe. Here we have listed some places that make Krakow the best city in Poland. Let’s have a look

 

The Wawel Castle is a castle residency located in central Kraków, Poland. It consists of a number of structures situated around the Italian-styled main courtyard. The castle, being one of the largest in Poland, represents nearly all European architectural styles of medieval, renaissance and baroque periods. Earlier it was a home of Polish kings and queens which turned into a museum. The courtrooms of this castle represent its glory.

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Kościuszko

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This beautiful place has a history. The hill of Kościuszko was named to honor the national hero Tadeusz Kościuszko. The Kościuszko Mound surrounds the various areas of the city.

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Blonia

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Blonia park is a vast meadow sits on the western haunch of the city Krakow. SUmmer is the happy time for cyclists, runners, dog walkers and for the open air festivals.

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The green belt Planty Park rings the entire zone of Krakow's notable Old Town. Pathways weave along these lines and that past model and prattling wellsprings, while local people walk their dogs onto the walkways. It's loaded up with life in the mid-year and a veritable winter wonderland amid the colder months.

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Floriańska Street

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This street is an attractive destination for tourists. Many monuments, landmarks, cafe, restaurants, and shops are located in the street. It’s the beating nerve of Krakow and the main attraction for the visitors during peak season.

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St. Florian’s Gate

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Looking awesome in its Polish Gothic shell, St Florian's Gate denotes the beginning of the alleged Royal Route. Go through and note the buskers that play everything from highlander society to Dylan-esque nation in the resounding passage, before heading into the Old Town in the strides of the recent Polish lords.

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The humming, bar-stuffed, bistro spotted heart of the UNESCO-authenticated Krakow Old Town, the Market Square, is the place all the activity has happened since the Middle Ages. Come here for people watching, history, wonderful architecture and the sky's the limit from there.

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St Mary’s Basilica

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The red brick façade and incredible twin towers of St Mary's Basilica have turned out to be veritable images of the city of Krakow. have endured Mongol attacks, and still host the hourly trumpet call – the Hejnał Mariacki. Approaching high over the Market Square, they were first brought up in the fourteenth century.

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Wieliczka Salt Mines

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For many years, the mineworkers of the Wieliczka burrows fuelled Krakow's development, pulling huge amounts of significant rock salt from the earth underneath the city. Today, their blessing to the town proceeds, but as cut aesthetics in the underground sections and even the amazing marvel of St Kinga's Chapel – an underground house of prayer made absolutely of salt!

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