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Kasteel
“For free, you can stroll the Wawel Castle grounds. And for many people, this may be enough. This is a beautiful spot to visit, with a unique cathedral, manicured gardens, and an assortment of historic buildings. For the most “peaceful” experience, get here early or late to avoid the crowds of tourists. The castle grounds open at 6 am, so you can really get here early if you want.”
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Shopping Mall
“One of the two bigest shopping malls in Krakow. Located right next to the Main Station.”
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History Museum
“Just 15 minutes walk. Modern style (interactive) muzeum of The Second World War. It is not only the place which commemorate Schindler's history (portrayed in famous film "Schindler's List", but also portrays life of Kraków under Nazi occupations. ”
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Buurt
“This neighborhood was once the heart of the Jewish community in Krakow. During World War II, Jews were forcibly moved out of Kazimierz to the ghetto. This neighborhood remained abandoned and neglected for many years after the war. In 1993, Steven Spielberg filmed the movie Schindler’s List here, and since then, people have come flooding back to the area, bringing with them shops, restaurants, and bars.”
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Art Museum
“Museum of Contemporary Art in Kraków (MOCAK) houses a permenant collection of Polish contemporary art, as well as shows of artists from all over the world. It's located in a former industrial area Zabłocie, ugly and full of untamed life! ”
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Shopping Mall
“Galeria Kazimierz - one of the largest shopping centers in Krakow. It is located at 34 Podgórska Street in the Grzegórzki district, and its name is associated with Kazimierz, neighboring with Grzegórzki. The gallery has a total of over 160 stores and service outlets.”
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Historic Site
“Amber, amber amber !!! Located in the middle of the Market Square , best place in Krakow to buy souvenirs.”
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Plaza
“This is the number one place on the sightseeing list if you are in Krakow for the first time.”
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Nightclub
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“$$ Lunch / Leisure time. Few minutes away, on the other bank of Vistula river. Good beer, tasty burgers. During summer time you can sit on sunbeds, during winter next to a fire place. It's nearby and very cozy but usally crowded. Marii Konopnickiej 28 street. ”
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Donutzaak
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“This park runs all the way around where the moat used to be outside the old city walls. ”
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Park
“A great park within walking distance from the Old town. It's got something for everyone. Great kids playgrounds, a skate park, basketball, tennis, volleyball, even petanque!”
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Church
“The Cloth Hall may be the centerpiece of the Main Market Square, but St. Mary’s Basilica is the the highlight of a visit here. It’s this view of the church that you see so often on travel guides and blog posts, and there is more to do here than to just take a few photos.”
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Bar
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“one of the most famous bars in Kazimierz. serves drinks and scheduled concerts. ”
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History Museum
“Muzeum. The underground of the Krakow Market Square is a journey into the past, revived centuries by archaeologists. It shows Krakow and its relations with other European Cities. One can get there by tram or 30 minutes walk along Vistula Rive.”
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Park
“Botanical garden - the entrance costs about PLN 3, and for a few hours you can spend a nice time in green and peaceful place in the middle of the city.”
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Café
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“The best breakfast place in Kraków. A wonderful selection of fresh bread and homemade jam.”
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