Traditionally Krakow is famous for its riveting history, stunning monuments, and its political influence. This magical destination has now evolved into a modern, developing city,
offering a host of tourist places, nightlife, clubs, food joints, economical accommodation and many more. The city now makes a strong case for being Poland’s cultural capital, having a packed calendar of events and festivals, celebrating creativity in the areas of theatre, film, music and food.
Krakow is one of the most visited cities in Poland and Europe. Today the city’s architectural monuments house countless museums, collections of priceless art and artifacts and in contrast, Krakow is home to some of the best bars and clubs in the world. Discover 10 of the best attractions in Krakow. Just hop on and off at your own leisure!
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Raise a pint at some of the best-loved local pubs and breweries in Krakow while learning about the long history of beer in the city. In between beers and bites, explore the Old Town with an expert guide and get off the beaten path to discover hidden corners most visitors never find.
Culture, history and beer blend seamlessly in this unique journey through Krakow’s beer-drinking past, which goes all the way back to medieval times. Discover how the locals like to spend their evenings, as you walk the beer road, down vibrant streets, admiring iconic monuments whose illuminations light up the night sky. A wonderful recipe for a great night out!
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Explore Krakow like a local as you cycle through the city to view some popular tourist highlights as well as a few off-the-beaten-track locales. The leisurely route leads through the Old Town, Kazimierz and Podgórze, mostly along cycling paths and small streets with little or no traffic.