From the seventeenth century when the medieval city of Krakus was said to be the most famous city in Poland, nothing has changed.
Krakow is the city of artists, intellectuals and scientists where the culture, history and tradition entwine in quiet streets and charming houses.
For nearly 600 years Krakow was the capital of Poland. The first books and a newspaper were printed here as well as the Polish post was founded and the first renaissance works created.
The Krakow Academy, where Mikołaj Copernicus studied was the first Polish university, while the Wawel Hill was the place for royal coronations and interments.
Time passes in Krakow in a pretty different way, giving tourists a chance to look deep into the extraordinary history of the city and Poland.
Best Regards and have a nice stay in Krakow