Every year thousands of tourists visit Krakow. This is not surprising, because you can find there a lot of diverse attractions, as well as numerous monuments. So what is worth visiting? What are the most interesting places in Krakow?
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The Main Square is located in the heart of Krakow and is the largest medieval square in Europe. Dating from the thirteenth century, the market covers about 40,000 square meters, and is surrounded by nearly 50 picturesque tenements. It is worth visiting the square both during the day and in the evening to appreciate its unique charm. Hailed as the world’s oldest shopping center, the Cloth Hall has stood in the middle of the Krakow Market for centuries. It is worth to immerse yourself in between the bustling souvenir stalls to admire the wonderful, Renaissance architecture of this place. Do you need more information about this place? You will find them at this link https://www.seekrakow.com/en/old-town-walking-tour/
St. Mary’s Basilica located on the Main Square is the most famous church in Poland. The main point of interest of tourists visiting it is the historic altar, carved by Wit Stwosz in the years 1477-1489. It can be visited every day at 11:50. The main attraction associated with the St. Mary’s Church, in turn, is St. Mary’s Basilica, which sounds at every full hour four times in different parts of the world.
The Royal Castle is undoubtedly the biggest attraction of Krakow. It is not surprising, because it is actually an unique place, a symbol of Polish culture and tradition. The castle was in the past the home of Polish kings, and as a testimony to its former glory, wonderful museums remained. Wawel in 1978 was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Everyone should see it with their own eyes. It is worth to decide on a walking tour in Krakow and see all these places in one day.