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Best things to do in Krakow

Slott
“Beautiful Kraków castle settled by Polish kings for centuries. Situated in beautiful, scenical surrounding - the Vistula Boulevards.”
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History Museum
“Located in Oskar Schindler's former factory, the Schindler’s Factory Museum is a poignant look at life in Krakow during World War II. It's located in Central Krakow and easily reachable on foot and by public transport.”
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Konstmuseum
“It's in the same building as Schindler's factory, I'd definitely recommend to visit both. ”
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Historisk plats
“ One of several such interesting places in Krakow, in the Sukiennice you can find a dozen or so shops with souvenirs and other interesting items. I have been to the Krakow market several times and always went to the cloth hall and then to the monument of Adam Mickiewicz and St. Mary's Basilica.”
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History Museum
“The Rynek Underground exhibition presents not only Kraków’s rich history, but also the connections between the city and mediaeval Europe’s chief centres of trade and culture. Moreover, it portrays the significance of the capital of Poland in the operation of the Hanseatic League. The real historical objects on display, just to mention 14th-century coins, decorations, and pottery, are proof of the European cultural and trade exchange that continued here incessantly for hundreds of years. The tourist route under the Main Market Square leads between the stone and brick walls of the cellars of former trading sites, including the Kramy Bolesławowe Stalls, Kramy Bogate Stalls, the Great Scales, and the Cloth Hall. Another curio is the preserved stretches of transport routes, which provide an idea of what the mediaeval technology of road building was. The untouched layers in archaeological section explain how the surface of the Main Market Square has risen over the last few hundred years.”
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History Museum
“UNESCO monument. You won't believe what a beautiful ball rooms, chapels and other chambers you will see underground in salty rocks.”
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Konstmuseum
“Must - see for art lovers. The grandest museum in Kraków. It has a rich collection of works of Polish, European and non-European art. Closed on Mondays.”
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Museum
“The Krakow Aviation Museum took over a few buildings and part of the grounds of the Rakowice-Czyżny airfield, one of the oldest military airfields in Europe. The museum preserves and exhibits aircraft, engines and other items of importance to the world's aviation heritage and these form a premier European collection.”
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Historisk plats
“One of the best preserved in Europe, it was the first line of the defence of the town ”
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Museum
“Classic cars, old trams, pistons, steel and wires... Lots of permanent and periodic exhibitions”
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Konstgalleri
“Café adjacent to a contemporary art gallery in the Old Town. Has a broad menu and is open late!”
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Tågstation
“Main train station in the city, 10 min by walk. Directly train to Balice Airport.”
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Museum
“The Czartoryski Museum and Library (Polish: Muzeum Książąt Czartoryskich w Krakowie) is a museum located in Kraków, Poland, founded in Puławy in 1796 by Princess Izabela Czartoryska. The Puławy collections were partly destroyed after the November uprising of 1830–1831 and the subsequent confiscation of the Czartoryskis' property by the Russians. Most of the museum holdings, however, were saved and moved to Paris, where they reposed at the Hôtel Lambert. In 1870 Prince Władysław Czartoryski decided to move the collections to Kraków, where they arrived in 1876. The city had been granted a degree of autonomy following the Austro-Hungarian Compromise of 1867.”
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Museum
“An Intimate and charming little museum with beautiful stained-glass windows and garden”
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Museum
“Very cool place of Japanese art, although it may not appeal to everyone. I recommend using the free admission option on Tuesdays, you can visit the entire museum for free. ”
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Synagogue
“The history and Culture of Jews in Kraków Opening hours: winter season (November – March) Monday 10.00 am - 2.00 pm Tuesday - Thursday, Saturday - Sunday 9.00 am - 4.00 pm Friday 10.00 am - 5.00 pm summer season (April – October) Monday 10.00 am - 2.00 pm Tuesday - Sunday 9.00 am - 5.00 pm”
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