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If you are planning a trip to Poland then you must know that Krakow is a city that you have to see. Krakow is the second largest city in the country, with so much to do and see throughout the 18 districts that make up the city, and plenty of Krakow hotels to choose from. When you arrive in Krakow you will amazed at how much evidence there is of the city’s history, despite the fact that it has been a long, turbulent history. In fact, this is one of the few major Polish cities to not be completely destroyed by World War II, despite the fact that it was occupied by Germany. There are many old buildings, and some that have undergone restoration, so a historic journey is definitely something that you may want to consider when you visit this ancient city. With the ever changing scenery throughout the city of Krakow it is impossible to get to see everything, but you want to fit in as much as you can because there is so much to see. So right away you will want to get out of your Krakow accommodation and get sightseeing. From outdoor parks and forests, to historic areas such as Old Town, to great restaurants and outdoor cafes and great museums, you will never be without something to do during your visit to Krakow Poland. And you won’t have any trouble finding a great Krakow accommodation either, because there are plenty of wonderful Krakow hotels to choose from. Whether you want to stay near Old Town, downtown, by the river, or on the outskirts of the city, there is a perfect place for you to stay during your visit to this very vibrant city. Getting around Krakow is fairly easy as well, with many options depending on how you want to see and experience it. Biking around the city offers a special way to sightsee, but there is also public transportation if you do not want to rent a car and get lost in this huge city. Any way you decide to experience it you will surely enjoy yourself, because Krakow is characterized by so much more than simply the fact that it is Poland’s second largest city.