St. Mary’s Basilica in Cracow

The said object is considered to be the most beautiful church in Cracow. It is hard to skip it while going sightseeing. Its characteristic feature that is mainly admired by the tourists is its two characteristic towers that overshadow the market area. From them, the famous hourly bugle-call is played. St. Mary’s Basilica is considered …

Planty Park

While visiting the Old Town, it is truly difficult to miss this park. It surrounds the area with a ring of trees and shrubbery. The park covers the area of approximately 4 km. History of Planty park It was created at the beginning of the 19th century as a replacement for dismantled fortifications. Their remains …

Czartoryski Museum

It is one of the oldest museums in Poland. The collection stored in the museum is owned by the Czartoryski family (update: December 2016, Polish government bought collection). They are an aristocratic family, closely connected to numerous prominent European houses. Initially, the collection was presented in Pulawy, in the Sanctuary of Sybilla by Isabella Czartoryska, …

Cloth Hall (Sukiennice)

 Next to the Wawel Cathedral and St. Mary’s Church, it is yet another important object in Cracow. It is situated on the Main Market. It has to be said that it would be difficult to pass it by indifferently. The building is stunning, especially thanks to its design and additional decorations, the so-called mascarons. History …