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The population of this city is 750,000.
The country's capital, Warsaw, is 250 kilometres north of Krakow. Widoma is 17 kilometres to the north.
Krakow is famous for its iconic sights, such as Wawel Castle and Main Market Square.
The whole family is sure to enjoy visits to Park Wodny and Miniature Park. If you're hunting for a bit more adventure, Dinolandia and Pepsi DinoZatorland are some additional options.
Get close to the fascinating world of animals and learn about what goes into looking after some of its wildlife at the Krakow Zoological Gardens. It's an eye-opening visit for both kids and adults!
Check out the local flora while you vibe on the well-kept gardens at the Botanic Garden of the Jagiellonian University.
From tossing a ball around to simply chilling out on the grass, you'll find plenty of reasons to head to a green space like Jordan Park or Planty Park. There's also a good deal of fun to be had at Park Krakowski and Kalwaria Zebrzydowska Park.
Don't forget to gaze out across the rippling water at Zalew Nowohucki.
You probably already know about its must-see shopping centres and museums, but don't forget that Krakow has some excellent natural sanctuaries too. Dragon's Den and Ojcow National Park are two names to keep in mind. For those who haven't completely recharged, Wolski Forest and Lost Wawel are a couple more worth experiencing.
Interesting exhibits are just waiting to be studied at the Galicia Jewish Museum and the Polish Aviation Museum. They're serene places to unwind or escape a stormy day. If you've got time, also check out the Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology and Museum of Urban Engineering.
This wondrous planet of ours is teeming with all kinds of fascinating creations. Discover things that you never knew existed at the Ethnographic Museum and the Archaelogical Museum of Krakow. When it comes to the natural world you'll never see everything, but don't let that stop you from trying! For even more exotic specimens, add the Archeological Museum to your itinerary.
With a good range of splendid art collections to select from, you might need a gentle push in the right direction. We suggest grabbing a strong coffee and heading straight to the Czartoryski Museum or the National Museum. The Bunkier Sztuki Contemporary Art Gallery and the Wyspianski Museum are not to be missed either.
Take a journey back through time and explore the events and people that have contributed to this region at the Historical Museum of Krakow and the Aquarium and Natural History Museum. For an even greater insight into past events, also stop by the Nowa Huta Museum and the People of Krakow in Times of Terror 1939-1945-1956.
A visit to Krakow offers many options when it comes to historic attractions. You're sure to gain a deeper comprehension of the city's heritage at the Wieliczka Salt Mine and the Oskar Schindler Factory. If you're interested in knowing more, the Cloth Hall and the Collegium Maius should be next on your list.
For a glimpse into the lives of the rich and famous, swing by Archbishop's Palace and Bishop Erazm Ciolek Palace. Papal Window and Palace of Fine Arts are two more grand dwellings. Be sure to enquire about tours if you want to thoroughly explore them.
For a magical escape, look up and behold the stately frontage of Pieskowa Skala Castle and Niepolomice Castle. Nowy Wisnicz Castle and Korkziew Castle also look like they've jumped out of the pages of a fairytale. If you're lucky, you might be able to join a guided tour.
Whether you're spiritual or simply want a little inner-peace, Wawel Cathedral and St. Mary's Basilica are sure to add some deeper meaning to your stay. Holy Trinity Church and Corpus Christi Church are some other historically important sites.
Don't hop back on that plane just yet, there's still lots to see and do! Have you ventured to the Jagiellonian Library and the Foto - Medium - Art Gallery yet? You'll also find plenty to keep you amused at the Bochnia Salt Mine and Father Bernatka Footbridge.
With such a fabulous range, you won't have any issues getting your hands on your Krakow hotel. At the mo, lastminute.com.au lists more than 329 places to hit the hay.
Whether you're after the basics or the whole kit and caboodle, Krakow has you sorted! For a place that won't break the bank, you can't go past the Abella Suites & Apartments by Artery Hotels, located at ul. Dluga 48, or the Guest Rooms Antica, at Czarnowiejska 76. But if you'd rather be pampered while you're here, the Bonerowski Palace or the Hotel Copernicus might be more to your liking. Just sit back, unwind and let the friendly staff do what they do best.
With an attraction like Wawel Castle, it's little surprise you're keen to visit Krakow. Why not get the most out of this world-famous icon and stay close by? The Hotel Stary and the Kanonicza 22 are both within a leisurely stroll.
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