History, vintage shops, hip bars and art projects, Cracow is incredibly diverse! The city never ceases to amaze me.
Sightseeing, shopping, culinary delights, greenery and adventure: Cracow has it all for you. This Polish city is one of the few that survived the Second World War without too much damage. The rich history of the city centre, especially in the Stare Miasto district, has earned Kraków its spot on the World Heritage List and its nickname 'Florence of Poland'. In the neighbourhoods surrounding the old town, more and more hip restaurants and designer shops are setting up shop in the dilapidated buildings, especially in Podgórze. Locals like to come to the Jewish quarter of Kazimierz at the end of the day for the tastiest street food and a drink.