Krakow Tourist Attractions

Krakow Tourist Attractions

Krakow Tourist Attractions

Krakow Tourist Attractions


Tourist attractions


Jagiellonian University – Collegium Juridicum
Jagiellonian University – Collegium Juridicum
Grodzka 53
As part of the emerging Jagiellinian University, the magnificent Gothic structure of the Collegium Juridicum was built in the early part of the 15th Century…read more
Jagiellonian University – Collegium Medicum
Jagiellonian University – Collegium Medicum
świętej Anny 12
Jagiellonian University is the oldest institution of higher edu­cation in Poland. Established in 1364 by King Casimir III the Great, it is the second oldest…read more
Jewish Cultural Centre
Jewish Cultural Centre
Meiselsa 17
Situated in Kazimierz, the heartbeat of the Jewish district, the Jewish Cultural Centre was established in 1989, shortly after the collapse of Communism and the…read more
Kanonicza Street
Kanonicza Street
Kanonicza
Regarded as one of the most attractive streets in Krakow, Kanonicza Street constitutes a good portion of the Royal Route and runs from the Barbican…read more
Kazimierz - The Old Jewish Quarter
Kazimierz - The Old Jewish Quarter
Kazimierz
Kazimierz became known as the Jewish quarter in the late 15th Century when King Jan I Olbracht transferred all Jews living in Krakow to live…read more
Kopiec Kościuszki Mound
Kopiec Kościuszki Mound
Waszyngtona
The Krakow Mounds are one of those mysterious fixtures in the world that nobody can quite put their finger on. Four of the man-made giants…read more
Krakow Barbican
Krakow Barbican
Basztowa
The Krakow Barbican was formerly the main city gate and was originally surrounded by a moat which spanned 30-metres wide from the city walls. uilt…read more
Krakow Market Square
Krakow Market Square
The Market Square in the heart of Krakow was built in 1257 after the Mongol hordes invaded Poland and razed the city. At the time…read more