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Must Things to do on Krakow Holidays

Cheap Holidays to Krakow

If you are after a destination to spend a vacation full of colorful culture, Krakow is the impeccable destination for a memorable getaway. Located near the border of the Czech Republic, Krakow is a vibrant southern city in Poland.  Moreover, the place offers incredible castles with Gothic Tops, wonderful parks, as well as the charming little district of the Jewish Quarter. Moreover, there is no shortage of things to do and see. Therefore, we recommend you to explore Poland’s oldest city on a vacation. Krakow Holidays will never let you down. And also, it is a great learning center for students; Krakow has over 23 best universities. Plan a Cheap Holiday to Krakow and explore all the attractions.

Krakow Holidays – Exploring Krakow’s Best Attractions

Main Square of Krakow

Appreciate the magnificence, creative ambiance of a busy lifestyle in Main Square. Indeed, it is the largest medieval square in entire Europe. Spanning 40,000m² it serves as the great center of markets. People call it the heart of Krakow; do not miss the Square on a Holidays to Krakow. And also, Visit the Krakow Cloth Hall and buy original Polish handicraft as a souvenir. Furthermore, it tells the history of Krakow, especially St. Mary’s Church is one of several attractions. Also, find the multimedia exhibition at Main Square.

St. Mary’s Basilica

The towering Basilica shares a fascinating tale of medieval times. In fact, when the city was about to attack, the bugler spotted Tartars from the top of the Basilica tour. Alerted the people by the announcement, in the meantime an arrow pierced him. Commemorating his death, a man looks out through four towers of Basilica every hour. Although, the city gates shut down and the city was saved.

Dragon’s Den

Dragon’s Den is the must place to visit on Krakow Holidays. It is the limestone cave located in Wawel Hill. However, you must crawl inside to experience the magical side of the cave. Where the deep cave has been formed of the dragon and to prove that a statue outside breathes fire.

Furthermore, discover the legend of a humble shoemaker. Finally, he was instrumental in killing the dreaded monster to save the city.

Jagiellonian University

Krakow has been a great learning center since medieval times. Explore the landmark Jagiellonian University. It is one of the oldest Universities in the world. The city also houses 23 prestigious universities. Further, this university has a lush green botanical garden where you can stroll to explore thousands of impressive plants. It is the 18th-century garden located near to the Old Town.

Schindler’s Factory

The factory takes you back to World War II times. It reveals the humanitarian effort of Oscar Schindler (German) to save 1000 Jews. He shifted his company to Krakow with the intent to save them. His enamelware factory is now serving as the museum. No doubt, it is a delightful place for the history buff.

Underground Museum

Krakow’s Underground Museum is exactly below the Main Square. Discover plenty of archaeological wonders and many articles of urban settlement. There are plenty of artifacts that date back to medieval times. The museum also contains real graves from an 11th-century cemetery, reconstructions of workshops, as well as maps to explain about goods.

Taste Eat Pierogi

Pierogi is the traditional food in the country. Stuffed with various ingredients such as baked trout, pork chops or bigos, the dish is available everywhere in the city. It is a better choice to enjoy traditional Polish dishes after a long day of sightseeing. There is a U Babci Maliny restaurant to taste delicious polish traditional cuisines. Do not miss the dish on a Cheap Holidays to Krakow.

Sigismund Bell

Sigismund Bell, the largest bell in the Wawel Cathedral. The total five bell hanging in the Sigismund Tower of the Wawel Cathedral. This bell was introduced in 1520 by Hanas Behem named after King Sigismund I of Poland. Moreover, the bells’ weight is almost 13 tones. It would be in use only during special occasions and holidays. It is one of the national symbols of Poland.

Krakow offers you more than you imagine on a vacation. Make use of Cheap Holidays to Krakow deals for your next getaway. For cheap holiday deals dial 0203 598 4727.

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