When you fly to John Paul II International Airport (KRK), you instantly feel the magic of the city of Krakow, which was, according to local legend, founded after the defeat of the Wawel Dragon by Prince Krakus who then founded the city of Krakow.
This Polish city offers lively streets filled with shops, restaurants, bars and clubs, which can be found throughout the city and Old Town. While there is a definite upbeat vibe, there is also a sense of peace, quiet and harmony throughout. This is a European destination that is certainly worth a visit.
Once the cultural and political center of Poland, the town of Wawel, which was also home to the Wawel Drago, also boasts this 16th century Renaissance palace, which is one of the most iconic symbols in all of Poland.
This is one of the most important cathedrals in Poland, as it has served as the site for most of the coronations and funerals of Poland s royalty.
Kazimierz, the old Jewish quarter, is home to the synagogues where the tragedies of World War II unfolded. You can tour these synagogues and gain an understanding of what happened here.
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