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City Guide Krakow, Poland

Visiting Krakow

While the rest of the country was being blasted during WWII, Krakow emerged from the war largely unscathed. As a result the city is now home to a unique mix of the old and the new that you won’t find in any other Polish city.

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Krakow City Reviews

  • 100%

    Anonymous

    I love krakow!!!

    Aaaaah I can rave about the food all day! Some parts of the city were gorgeous and it was just nice to walk around and relax outside when the weather was nice and watch some of the street performers dance and what not. People were super friendly and were pretty good about speaking English which was nice too.

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    Anonymous

    Charming Krakow

    Beautiful city. Truly enjoyed our time in Krakow. Highly recommend to anyone wanting to visit Poland.

  • 90%

    Anonymous

    Great city must visit in Poland

    Krakow is the city be able to keep those old buildings back to hundreds years ago. Whole city is amazing and so much thing to see. Full of stories and history worth to spend times to stay. Also, there are many cheap and delicious polish restaurants around the city. Nice bars and great night view. Definitely wanna go back again.

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    sarabeth

    Krakow, Poland

    Krakow was a very interesting city to visit. We spent one day exploring the city. We did a walking tour of the Jewish Quarter and then explored the beautiful old town on our own. The second day we went to Auschwitz. It is very easy to get there via bus from the station- about an hour and a half each way. It was a very heavy experience but something to be seen if you can.

    Insider Tip:Don't bother getting a Krakow pretzel- they are better in Munich :P

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    Anonymous

    Krakow is amazing

    Krakow is extremely inexpensive and full of our world history. A must see when you are traveling eastern Europe! I survived very well off 180$ canadian here for 3 nights and 3 days, and you could do it for cheaper if you had to!

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