The former Jewish District is today a bustling, bohemian neighbourhood packed with historical sites, lovely cafes, restaurants and art galleries. Traces of Kazimierz's Jewish history can be seen through numerous synagogues and Jewish cemeteries. It is worth to visit, especially during the Jewish Culture Festival which takes place in summer.
Manggha – Museum of Japanese Art & Technology is not only the museum but an active cultural centre familiarizing us with knowledge about Japan and the Far East. It is the best place in Krakow to experience traditional and contemporary Japanese art: prints, paintings, photographs, installations as well as visual arts, music, theatre, film, literature, philosophy and religion.
Krakow Old Town is one of the most famous old districts in Poland. This UNESCO listed World Heritage Site is lively and crowded with tourists, florists and lined up horse-drawn carriages. The great places to see are Town Hall Tower, Sukiennice (also known as the Cloth Hall), old tenements with shops and poet Adam Mickiewicz Monument. Don’t forget to listen to the bugle call (hejnal) which is played each hour from the highest tower of St.Mary’s Church, take a meal in one of the restaurant, admire street artist and musicians, feel the atmosphere of the city
This stunning fortified architectural complex, erected over many centuries is located on the left bank of the Vistula River. Wawel has great stories to tell as a witness of many important events in Polish history. This Cracow's monument is on the UNESCO list.
Visit Wawel to know better Polish history.
Wieliczka Salt Mine, this historic monument (13th century) is full of wonders: magnificent chambers chiselled out in rock salt, amazing underground saline lakes and majestic timber constructions, unique statues sculpted in salt, chapels and unique beautiful corridors.