Krakow Poland is a rather large city, with a population of over 700,000. For visitors this means that the city can be a bit intimidating when it comes to getting out and sightseeing. Because Krakow is so big it is divided up into 18 individual districts, of which some are simply neighborhoods and others are great for visitors looking for sights to see. A guide to which districts are which will help you save time when you are in Krakow visiting. Continue reading
There is much to be enjoyed in the city of Krakow, both during the day and when the sun goes down, but one of the most enjoyable things to do in the city is spend some time in Krakow’s Old Town and Market Square. People have been gathering here to socialize and sell their wares since the 13th century, making it not only one of the largest medieval style town squares in all of Europe, but also one of the oldest as well. This is the reason so many visitors to the city pay a visit to the area, because it is truly something to see. And shopping is not the only thing you can do in the Old Town Market Square.