Weekend Breaks in Krakow


The death of a dragon gave birth to this city: its bones reside in the castle to this day (or so history claims). Such a legend suits Krakow, from its Royal Castle down to its most artsy of cellar cafes. The royal capital for half a millennium, Krakow has witnessed and absorbed more history than any other Polish city. Moreover, it came through the last war unscathed, so it has retained a wealth of old architecture from different periods. The tallest structures on Krakow's skyline are not skyscrapers but the spires of old churches, the 20th century's impact having been confined to acid rain. Yet Krakow is not a silent memorial to bygone events: it's a city alive with character and soul.


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