Transfer in Cracow
Are you in transit in Krakow? Are you waiting for a transfer from Krakow to Katowice airport? Or maybe you have taken care of business and have the whole day to yourself? It is great! You will certainly spend an interesting day. Of course it's impossible to see everything in a few hours, but you have plenty of options to choose from. What to visit in this city? Read the rest of the article and find out!
For many Wawel Castle is one of the first associations with Cracow. What's more, for many people it is actually a symbol - not only of the city, but also of Poland. Wawel Castle is a hill that stretches over the Old Town. This is where the famous Wawel Dragon from the legend lived! We can see his statue there.
But Wawel Castle is not only about legends, but also about the history of our country. There is the royal castle and the archcathedral basilica of saint Stanislaw and saint Waclaw. These are critical places in terms of history, definitely put them on your list. Wawel Castle is also home to many crypts and chapels that are breathtaking. They are worth seeing.
Of course it's worth going to the Old Town. This is where you will feel the climate of Krakow. This is the place where always something is happening, you'll always meet someone. Here not only do you have a choice of restaurants and cafes, where you can relax and eat something. This is a great place for a walk and the cultural center of Krakow. So if you don't have much time to see why people like this city so much, you must go to this part of it!
Once a separate city, today one of the districts of Krakow. Here you can feel as if you've moved back to the communist era. Worth seeing are the Central Square, the Avenue of Roses and the Lenin Steelworks. Amazing atmosphere and a journey in time.
Those who love exhibitions and museums have to go to the Museum of Contemporary Art. MOCAK is a very famous place on the map of Krakow. There you will see magnificent paintings, look at exhibitions connected with literature and art. Besides, MOCAK is a great place for bookworms - you can visit the library which has over 10 thousand books donated by Polish writers and artists - so the collection is definitely extraordinary. You will not see such a library anywhere else.