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St. Andrew's Church

This Romanesque roman-catholic church built in 1098 in Okol settlement is one of the oldest buildings in Krakow and possibly the best-preserved suc...

Ghetto Heroes Square

Ghetto Heroes Square The Ghetto Heroes Square is one of the most significant places in the history of Krakow and Jewish communities. Formerly known...

Pilsudski’s Mound

Pilsudski’s Mound was built between 1934 and 1937 to commemorate nation’s fight for independence. It contains samples of soil form every WW I battl...

Rakowicki Cemetery

Rakowicki Cemetery was built in 1803 and it now covers the total area of 42 ha. Apart from being the largest cemetery in Krakow, it also carries th...

Vistula Boulevards

Vistula riverbed boulevards were built in early 20th century as part of flood management and to channelize Vistula’s flow. Historically, the shape ...

Wygiełzów Open Air Etnographical Museum

The ethnographic park was created in 1973 displaying folk culture of Krakow Province. The museum is close to Lipowiec Castle that can be visited at...

High Synagogue

The High Synagogue is located in Kraków's Kazimierz, at 38 Józefa Street. It is called the High Synagogue because it is the only synagogue in Pola...

Skalka Monastery

Skalka is a commonly used name referring to Saint Michael the Archangel and Saint Stanislaus the Bishop and Martyr Basilica – a Pauline monastery i...

Pomorska Street Museum

30 min

Pomorska Street is a division of the Historical Museum of Kraków and part of Oskar Schindler’s Enamel Factory. The museum was founded in 1981 in Do...

Kraków – Płaszów concentration camp

Kraków-Płaszów was a concentration camp run by Nazis during World War II, originally intended as a forced labour camp for the people of Kraków’s Gh...

Princes Czartoryski Museum

The Princes Czartoryski Museum is one of the oldest in the country. Its roots date back to the 1796 collection by Princess Izabela Czartoryska, how...

HistoryLand

HistoryLand offers a different take on history to make it fun and accessible for all. A project by a group of three friends supervised by mock-up a...

Museum of Municipal Engineering

The museum was founded in 1998 and set up in historic buildings of an disused tram depot at Wawrzyńca street. The museum focuses on collecting exhi...

Seweryn Udziela Ethnographic Museum

The Seweryn Udziela Ethnographinc Museum dates back to 1902 when the first displays of Seweryn Udziela’s collection took place. Just two years late...

Jagiellonian University Botanical Garden

Founded in 1783 the Botanical Garden is not only the oldest in Kraków, but also in the entire country. Located east of the Old Town in Grzegórzki d...

Kraków Pinball Museum

Located just a few steps from the Wawel Castle you will find a true gem for the enthusiast of the old-school gaming. The Kraków Pinball Museum is u...

Polonia Wax Museum

Located at the very heart of Kraków’s Old Town – just a few steps from the St. Florian’s Gate. The Polonia Wax Museum gives you a chance to meet hi...

Bartek Oak Tree

Bartek is a natural monument near Kielce and one of the oldest oak trees in Poland. According to the most recent studies Bartek is 690 years old (i...

Żywiec Lake

Żywiec Lake is a man-made reservoir on the Sola river near Żywiec covering the total area of 10 square kilometres. Together with a hydroelectric da...

Stępina Train Bunker

The Stępina Train Bunker was built in 1941 as part of Anlage Sud. The entire structure consisted of numerous buildings of various type: shelters, b...

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