Fall in love with Cracow and die - that is how foreign tourists have recently started to speak about the city of the Polish kings. In this city, the trails of the Hanseatic cities meet; it is a cradle of Polish history and culture, in which the Polish kings lived for centuries residing in their Wawel Castle. Cracow is a unique city with monuments known all around the world, the magical Jewish district Kazimierz and a whole lot of attractions located nearby. One of them, undoubtedly, is the medieval salt mine in Wieliczka, with a gallery of salt works of art and enlisted on the UNESCO List of World Cultural and Natural Heritage or the economic relic of Polish communism in Nowa Huta, or the picturesque and unique rafting trail going among natural monuments of the National Park of Pieniny [untouched by civilisation], or the capital of the Polish highlanders - Zakopane.
The Old Town, the Cloth Hall, Wawel Castle, Wilanów Palace, the Jewish district Kazimierz, the salt mine in Wieliczka, rafting on the Dunajec river
Stary Hotel, Quinn boutique Hotel, Copernicus Hotel
Miód Malina Restaurant, Buddha Bar & Garden, Pino Restaurant, Szara Rest & Bar