Kraków is one of the oldest Polish cities. The city attracts a lot of tourists from around the world. We will start sightseeing from the Old Town. Kraków Main Square is Europe’s largest medieval market square. You will see most of the attractions simply by walking. Spectacular Cloth Hall surrounded by historic tenement houses, the most famous Krakow artistic cellar - Piwnica pod Baranami, as also as St. Mary's church. We will continue our trip along Florianska Street. You will see a lot of small shops herein colorful, historic tenement houses. At the end of the Street, you will find the Florian’s Gate, and behind it, Barbican - historic gateway leading into the Old Town. From the other side of Barbican there is a Planty Park. From here we will go towards Wawel Hill. You will see the symbol of Kraków –Wawel Castle. The amount of time you spend there depends on you as Wawel offers up to 6 various exhibitions. According to us the most interesting ones are: Royal Private Apartments on the first floor and State Rooms on the second floor. On the Wawel Hill you can spend some time admiring the architecture of the castle from picturesque hill gardens and visit Wawel Cathedral to see the tombs of some Polish monarchs. You shouldn’t also forget to visit a legendary dragon’s den just by the Wawel Castle and take a photo of the famous dragon while it blows fire.