The Culture Capital of Poland
One of Poland's oldest cities, Kraków is a magical place offering up a whole raft of day and night activities to suit every occasion.
You and your tribe can indulge in an artisan Polish vodka tasting, cruise down the Vistula River, enjoy a dinner in a traditional brewery before enjoying VIP entrance to one of the city's best clubs. If you want a more active weekend, sporting experiences in Kraków include go-karting, bubble football, and clay pigeon shooting and adrenaline junkies can book a 4x4 off roading experience or go white water rafting.
Krakow is filled with magnificent architecture and bursting with history, so after the partying, don’t miss an a quiet afternoon exploring Kazimierz, the city’s beautiful Jewish quarter. After WW2 the area fell into disrepair, but it’s now been reborn as vibrant, alternative neighbourhood packed with atmospheric kosher cafes and restaurants, bars and art galleries. It also celebrates its Jewish roots with a fantastic Jewish cultural festival each summer.
'Over seven million people travel to Kraków every year.'