- Krakow's Rynek Glowny Central Square. 26,448 reviews. "You can spend hours and days taking in this wonderful square, with a huge variety of restaurants, bars, cafes, shops and the magnificent St Mary's Basilica Cathedral which has the most beautiful interior I've seen..."
- Muzeum Krakowa, oddział Fabryka Emalia Oskara Schindlera. 16,997 reviews. "Amongst many other things, it is packed with vast displays of Krakow World War II information, video film presentations and many original items such as World War II guns and rifles, tanks, etc.
- Stare Miasto. 8,993 reviews. "Krakow offers so much to see and do and all within walking distance of the old town from a walk along the Vistiula River and Wawel Castle to St Marys Basilica and the amazing Galeria Krakowsa Shopping Mall."
- St Mary's Basilica. 6,788 reviews. "Beauty of a church, amazing history of its construction, unique two towers, and fantastic to hear the bugle player hourly - with a great history of the significance of him playing."
#4 of 163 Sights & Landmarks in Krakow "Beauty of a church, amazing history of its construction, unique two towers, and fantastic to hear the bugle player hourly - with a great history of the significance of him playing." "Set right in the Main Square this church is a historic gem!
These are the best places for budget-friendly monuments & statues in Krakow: Church of St. Peter and St. Paul. Kosciuszko's Mound (Kopiec Kosciuszki) Pomnik Grunwaldzki - Grunwald Monument. Monument of the Wawel Dragon. Statue of Jan Karski. See more budget-friendly monuments & statues in Krakow on Tripadvisor.
There are a few mounds in Krakow and Piłsudski’s is definitely not the one that is the easiest to access or the most popular (that title would probably go to the Krakus Mound, frequently visited and well-loved by both tourists and locals – also worth checking out!).
The main landmarks in Krakow have got to be the Wawel Castle, the Main Square and its Clothhall & St. Mary's Church, but there are loads of other well-known landmarks to be found in Krakow 3 days
Bishop’s Palace & Papal Window. ul. Franciszkańska 3. /krakow/bishops-palace-papal-window_98135v. The Bishop's Palace is the second largest palace in Kraków (after Wawel) and has been the residence of Kraków's bishops since it was first built in the 14th …. see more.
What are the most important landmarks to see first and foremost in Krakow? Without a doubt, the original architecture of the city deserves the highest attention. Church at Skalka, Cloth Hall, Barbican, Kazimierz Town Hall, Town Hall Tower and many others – are the architectural landmarks that attract millions of tourists every year.
Jul 20, 2018 · Main Square, Krakow One of the largest Medieval squares in Europe, Kraków’s central marketplace has been the commercial, social and administrative focal point of the city since the middle of the 13th century.
Another famous landmark of Poland is there former Oskar Schindler’s Enamel Factory, which now hosts a perpetual exhibition entitled Kraków under Nazi Occupation 1939-1945, and is the most impressive and important presentations to attend when in Krakow.