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Poland's Krakow is a real medieval gem. The city is home to some fabulous architecture, historical sites, lively markets, and delightful cellar bars. The atmosphere in the city is very friendly. It is a popular mini break destination, and with very good reasons.
The Old Market Square, Rynek Glowny, is surrounding by beautiful buildings. There are churches, towers, shops, and, of course, the old market. Look up to the platform of St Mary's Church as the clock marks the new hour – you will see, and hear, a bugler playing a tune. The Town Hall is a striking building in the square.
Other nice squares include Maly Rynek, Plac Mariacki, with its quaint church, Plac Szczepanski, and Plac Wszystkich Swietych.
Wawel Castle is a proud place, perched on top of a hill. The Florian Gate is the only remnant of the old city walls. The Grand Gothic Barbican presents an imposing image. There are several old palaces and fine museums scattered around the city.
Nearby popular, albeit hideous, attractions are the infamous Auschwitz-Birkenau camps. Used by the Nazis to contain, torture, and execute thousands of Jews and others seen as being undesirable, you can see the watch towers and lookout points, the ominous razor wire, the railway that was used to convery prisoners to the camps, a small rail cart that would have had numerous bodies crammed inside, a moving memorial, the gas chambers, and the buildings where prisoners had to sleep in dirty, squalid, and cramped conditions. You can see grossly disturbing exhibits that show the vast cruelty inflicted at the camps, as well as the gate bearing the ominous slogan, “Arbeit Macht Frei”.
There was another camp in the Podgorze part of town. You can visit a monument of many chairs, built to symbolise the abandoned household possessions left behind by Polish Jews as they were herded onto relocation trains. Schindler's Factory is a simple, yet significant, site.
Another major attraction close to the city is the fabulous Wieliczka Salt Mine.
Krakow Airport is a major gateway into the city. Trains and buses link the city to other parts of the country as well as a large number of European destinations.
Public transport within the city is good, although visitors should use an electric car at least once – somewhere between a taxi and a tuk tuk, they offer a different way of getting from A to B. Simply wandering around historic Krakow, however, is the ideal way to soak up the city's character and charm, and discover something new at every turn.
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