Krakow Poland is a city that anyone planning a Polish vacation should be aware of. It is a fact that most people have some considerable knowledge of Poland’s capital Warsaw. However, few know of this other not so secret hidden jewel of Krakow. Just like its well known counterpart, this has a well documented history that is written all over it. This is one of the cities in Poland that was occupied by the Germans during the Second World War. This city has however risen from the ravages of the Second World War to become one of the most acclaimed polish destinations.
The tumultuous history that this city went through during those troubled times are still written in some several parts of the city. Though it was not totally ravaged during the war, it was substantially destroyed to leave some visible scars. This is quite evident from the old buildings that are still standing in the city. Some of the buildings might have been restored but this does not fully conceal this interesting story that caps this city. This is obviously one of those ancient history rich cities that one has to visit in the duration of their polish holiday. Every part of the city has its own story to tell. This is why one needs to take adequate time to hear the accounts of the whole city.
You are in for a rude disappointment if you thought that this city is all about the Second World War. Outdoor cafes and hotels are the other familiar spectacle of this city. Here you will be served with among other things the finest Polish cuisines. The tantalizing local and international cuisines that are served in most of the restaurants found all over the city will keep you hooked to the city. All these together with spectacular museums mean that you will never run out of things to do during your stay.
Krakow is also known to be one of the most hospitable places. The numerous hotels that are available in the city mean that the issue of accommodation is well taken care of. Irrespective of the point within or outside the city that you decide to set camp in, you will always find a Krakow hotel that suits your needs. Despite being the second largest city, one will find a lot of easy moving around. One has the option of choosing between public transport and car hire to commute.