Krakow Tourist Attractions

Krakow Tourist Attractions

Krakow Tourist Attractions

Krakow Tourist Attractions


Old Town Tourist attractions


Saint Anne's Church
Saint Anne's Church
Anny 11
St Anne´s Church was originally a wooden construction built in the 14th Century, but when it burned down in 1407 during an anti-Jewish riot another…read more
Saint Florian Gate
Saint Florian Gate
Floriańska
Situated on the Florianska and forming part of the Royal Route, St. Florian Gate was the main entrance in which King´s would return to Krakow…read more
Sukiennice (Cloth Hall)
Sukiennice (Cloth Hall)
Main Square
The impressive Sukiennice, or Cloth Hall is one of Krakow´s major tourist attractions and perhaps the city´s most recognisable symbols. The stunning Renaissance building dominates…read more
The Krakow Dragon
The Krakow Dragon
One of the most mysterious and fascinating tourist attractions in Krakow is the legend of the Krakow Dragon. A visit to Wawel Castle will introduce…read more
The Royal Route
The Royal Route
The roots of the Royal Route stem back to medieval times and introduce visitors to many historical buildings along the way. Starting at St. Florian´s…read more
The Town Hall Clock Tower
The Town Hall Clock Tower
Main Square
It may not be as famous as the unfortunate building in Pisa, but the city of Krakow has a leaning tower of its own –…read more
Twelve Apostles
Twelve Apostles
Grodzka 52
The twelve apostles that adorn the front fence of the church of St. Peter and St. Paul in Krakow were created by the German sculptures…read more
Wawel Cathedral
Wawel Cathedral
Podzamcze
Originally built in the 11th Century, the outstanding Wawel Cathedral is considered as Poland´s most important historical monument. The impressive structure is steeped in history…read more
Wyspiański 2000 Pavilion
Wyspiański 2000 Pavilion
Plac Wszystkich Świętych 2
The Wyspianski Pavillion was built in the year 2000 after the site had laid dormant since the Nazi´s invasion of 1939 and is most noted…read more