Go up the summit of the ancient mound of Copiec Kraka for a breathtaking panoramic view around Old Town and Kazimierz. According to folklore this had been the site where the famous Prince Krakus rested.
Admire the sculptural and architectural splendors at the Cmentarz Rakowicki which happens to be one of the most beautiful graveyards of the whole nation. The place takes up a pristine pure garb on November 1st when All Saints Day is celebrated and the whole cemetery is illuminated with candles.
Take a sojourn to the wondrous limestone quarry of Skałki Twardowskiego with its azure oasis.
Stroll across the Kładka Bernatka bridge which has been built along the Wisla River and links the two areas of Podgorz and Kazimierz.
Spend the evening scouting along the hustles and bustles of the Placc Navy with its array of cafes and bars and the weekend flea markets.
Go up the summit of the ancient mound of Copiec Kraka for a breathtaking panoramic view around Old Town and Kazimierz. According to folklore this had been the site where the famous Prince Krak...
Shop, dine and enjoy at the Ryne Glowny Grand Square pulsating with an array of restaurants, nightclubs and turning venues, to many special events of the city.
Take a sojourn and admire the crystalline structures, chapels, underground lakes and meandering passages at the Wieliczka Salt Mine. The ornate mines carved with salt rock structures are simply breathtaking