As a tourist, you will be struck by the vibrancy and warmth you find at Cracow. It is shown in the clubs, bars and charming cafes of the Kazimierz district where the city’s large student population parties well into the night; and it’s there in the huge medieval market square, a wonderful summer setting for lazy days drinking and getting to know the friendly locals.
The city is easily accessible by air as well as by car and by train. Travel to Cracow is easy and cheap and once you are there you don’t need to spend a lot of money either because the biggest attraction is the city itself, making holidays and vacations to Cracow is remarkably affordable. But Cracow travel is not just for hen and stag weekends as this city is cultured, stunning and stylish.
When traveling to Cracow you will find the Renaissance Cloth Hall and St. Mary’s Church emerging over the great medieval Market Square, while the splendid Wawel Castle looks down on the city from its hilltop location.
You should also take in the city’s Jewish heritage, particularly the evident in the ghetto area of Podgorze or the bohemian Kazimierz district. This is also a great place to eat out and enjoy Cracow’s nightlife which is rapidly making out an ideal popularity amongst Europe’s hot young things.
Cracow accommodation is also getting in on the action and the accommodation in Cracow now provide to design and fashion conscious individuals who want a unique and personal experience.
Over seven million travelers take a trip to Cracow every year, though only a third or so stay overnight in the city. Many arrive and/or leave by air, but the most advantage is the fact that Cracow lies at a major European road and rail junction.