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If you’re looking for a reason to visit Poland then you’ve just found it with Krakow. Beautiful, charming and romantic, this Polish city of idyllic medieval squares and imposing Gothic architecture might be the country’s second city, but it is the number one destination for tourists visiting the country each year. 

 

This city knows all about the limelight. After all it was the royal capital of Poland for 500 years, meaning it’s had plenty of time to grow the rich cultural, artistic and architectural heritage you’ll find there today. And it’s certainly very impressive, with its 6000 historic buildings, nearly two-dozen museums and a staggering 2 million pieces of artwork. 




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easyJet holidays to Krakow

Don't just go to the beautiful medieval city of Krakow, experience it with an easyJet holidays city break holiday. Filled with castles, cathedrals, and culture, this southern Polish city is one of the most spectacular in all of Europe. 
An easyJet holidays break gives you the chance to see Krakow's gorgeous sites, for fantastic value. With all of your bookings in one tidy place, you can relax and enjoy the city without any of the stress. Whether you’re staying for the weekend or plan to delve deep into the city's rich history with a weeklong stay, easyJet holidays has the perfect flight and hotel package for your Krakow city break

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Shopping


Ulica Jozefa has long been one of Krakow's quirkiest streets, with a gaggle of cafes, bars and art galleries. Now it's emerging as a fashion hub too, with a string of independents leading the way. Try Anna Gregory, Mapaya, Paon Nonchalant, Vintage Classics, and Przymierzalnia Concept Store.


If you're looking for a sweeping panorama of the region climb the 1930s memorial mound to independence hero Marshal Pilsudski in the woods on the fringe of Krakow. Access is swift by 134 bus to the zoo, then follow the marked trails.

Sightseeing


Check out quirky examples of contemporary Polish design at the new exhibition 'The Logic of the Local', at the International Cultural Centre on the Main Market Square (No. 25). Polish designs are presented alongside Norwegian ones, with many interesting traits in common. Runs 2 January to 26 March.


Drop into the newly opened Czapski pavilion, recently opened as part of the National Museum. Besides showcasing art works by this noted 20th century painter, the pavilion illuminates his extraordinary WWII odyssey. There's a fine cafe to boot. (http://mnk.pl/)

Key Areas


Take a tram east to the district of Nowa Huta - once a town in its own right - and see the flipside of old world Krakow. One of the showpiece investments of communist Poland, the controversial settlement was billed as a socialist paradise. A fascinating throwback to the Cold War.


Not everyone knows that you can climb the tower of St. Mary's on the Market Square. Besides the sensational view, you may meet one of the trumpeters who plays the city's time-honoured bugle-call.

Day Trips


Tracking down a traditional Polish village can be tricky, owing to the country's stormy history, but Lanckorona, with its picturesque hilltop setting, is a treasure trove of architecture. Jump on a bus from Krakow.


If the weather is not at its best, the salt mines at Wieliczka make for a handy back-up plan. The UNESCO-listed site includes a vast chapel carved from salt.

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