1. Wawel Castle

Explore the impressive Wawel Castle and find out more about the history of Poland, with five collections to look at including the Crown Treasury, State Rooms and the Royal Private Apartments.

2. Visit the Salt Mines

Take a trip 20 minutes south of Krakow to the historic salt mines at Wieliczka and discover the magic of this UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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3. Market Square

Experience the heart of Krakow with a visit to Market Square, known to locals as the Rynek, and prepare to set eyes on one of the biggest medieval squares in Europe.

4. Jewish District

Once home to thousands of Polish Jews, the Jewish District, Kazimierz had a difficult history over the centuries, but has come out the other side as one of the most quirky and trendy places in all of Krakow.

Krakow may be Poland’s second largest city, but it’s one of the country’s most popular destinations for very good reason. From the vibrant Jewish Quarter to the charming Old Town, Wawel Castle and the poignant Auschwitz-Birkenau memorial, here are our favourite things to see and do in Krakow.