Warsaw - Poland
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Krakow is sometimes an overlooked city, but with this walking tour around this city you will see how rich of a ciy this is in terms of city and cultural value.
You will see places like the following:
Rynek Glowny: The Market Square, it's the main and biggest square in Poland, simply amazing
Barbican Gate: One of the few remains of the fortifications that in the Middle Age surrounded the city
Czartoryski Museum: Founded by Princess Izabela Izabela Czartoryska in 1796 with the idea of preserving Polish heritage
Palace of Arts: An beautifull historical buidling that serves as an Art Nouveau gallery founded in 1901
Mariacki Church: Also called St. Mary's Basilica of Krakow is a gothic church located in the Market Square
Town Hall Tower: Built in the 13th century, it is the only remaining part of the Old Town Hall, which was demolished in order to open the Market Square
Collegium Maius: The "Great College" is the oldest building of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, dating back to the 14th century
Papal Window in the Bishop's Palace: It is the window from where Pope John Paull II used to address his followers when visiting Krakow
Wawel Castle: A gothic-style castle built as a residence at the behest of King Casimir II the Great between 1333 and 1370
Dragon's Lair: Called Smocza Jama in Polish, is a spectacular cave which is linked to the legendary Wawel's Dragon. It will leave you speechless
St. Adalbert Church: Also called St. Wojciech, is one of the oldest churches in all of Krakow, with almost 6000 years of existence
Cloth Hall: It is a Renaissance building in the city center and one of the most recognizable icons of Krakow
Kazimierz Synagogues: Besides the already mentioned Old Synagogue, you will algo see the following: Remuh, Tempel, Izaak, Kupa and the High Synagogue
Jewish Cemetery: Also known as Remah Cemetery, it is an inactive cemetery now kept for historical purposes, created in 1535. In 1800, the New Jewish cemetery was established nearby
Plac Nowy: It is de New Market Square, it is a square that connects the Izaaka, Nowa, Mieselsa, Waschauera and Estery streets.
Schindler’s List filming spots: The most highlited places of this district that appeared in this film
Kazimierz street art: The original and modern paintings done in walls around Kazimierz
Plac Wolnica: It was historically the main square of Krakow, very near to the Kazimierz district
Kładka Bernatka: The so called Bridge of Love. A beautifully designed bridge you definitely need to see
Ghetto Heroes Square: A touching place, with 33 memorial chairs made of cast iron and bronze, symbolizing the the tragedy of the Polish Jewish during WWII and German occupation
This walking tour around Krakow is definitely everything you need to see to make the best out of your time in this city.