The Culture Capital of Poland
This historical city, located in southern Poland, offers a variety of day to night activities to suit every occasion. It goes without saying the culture is a must, explore the history in the Jewish Quarter of Kazimierz, a vibrant, alternative neighbourhood packed with historical sites, atmospheric cafes and art galleries.
'Kraków's historic centre is one of the 13 places in Poland that are included in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.'
Stay at the heart of Kraków in a city-luxe apartment or hotel. Visit some of the world famous cultural sites or step into one of many abstract bars this wonderful city boasts.
'Over seven million people travel to Kraków every year.'