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Collegium Maius, the oldest building of the Jagiellonian University, is a must-visit for any history lover. Walking through its medieval corridors, you can feel like Nicolaus Copernicus, who studied astronomy here. It’s an incredible feeling to touch places where history was made.

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Kazimierz is a district that is vibrant both day and night. The former Jewish quarter of the city is now full of atmospheric cafes, art galleries, and synagogues. It's a place where the past meets the present. Walking through Kazimierz, you can feel the atmosphere of...

The Cloth Hall

If you love shopping and good food, the Cloth Hall is the place for you. This historic building in the Main Market Square has been a trading center for centuries. Today, you can find beautiful souvenirs, jewelry, and local handicrafts here. After shopping, it's worth...

The St. Mary’s Trumpet Call

One of the most iconic sounds of Kraków is the trumpet call from the tower of St. Mary's Basilica. Every hour, a trumpeter plays a melody that suddenly stops. This commemorates the legend of a guard who was shot while warning the city of a Tatar invasion. The Hejnał...

The Legend of the Wawel Dragon

Did you know that Kraków has its own dragon? According to legend, the Wawel Dragon lived in a cave beneath Wawel Hill and terrified the locals. It was finally defeated by a clever shoemaker who fed it a lamb stuffed with sulfur. Today, you can see a statue of the...

Kraków: The Gem of Poland – Tourist Highlights

Kraków is one of those cities that captivates you from the moment you arrive. Full of history, culture, and magic, it is truly the gem of Poland. I've put together a few interesting facts about this amazing place that will make you fall in love with Kraków even more.

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