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12 places to visit in Poland


#1in KrakowMain SquareMain Square in Krakow

The Main Square is the centre of the city; Christmas market, festivals and concerts take place here.

#2in KrakowWieliczka salt mineWieliczka salt mine in Krakow

700-year-old mine where salt is extracted consists of nine levels. It is almost 327 meters deep, and more than 200 kilometers long.

#3in KrakowThe Wawel CathedralThe Wawel Cathedral in Krakow

Cathedral church on the Wawel Hill is a minor basilica; also it is the vault of heads of Polish state.

#1in SzczecinCrooked ForestCrooked Forest in Szczecin

Mystery or man-made practice? The Crooked forest is a unique phenomenon indeed people have been puzzling over for decades.

#7in KrakowAuschwitzAuschwitz in Krakow

Concentration camp in Poland was built up by German Nazis during World War II.

#4in KrakowCzerwieński BoulevardCzerwieński Boulevard in Krakow

You can walk down the boulevard stretching along the Vistula. Here you'll find the Wawel dragon and the Walk of Fame of outstanding Polish people and guests of Krakow.

#5in KrakowThe Old TownThe Old Town in Krakow

The central part of the city was built up 1000 years ago. The Wawel Castle, Market Square, Church of St. Adalbert and St. Mary's Basilica are placed here.

#8in KrakowSt. Mary's BasilicaSt. Mary's Basilica in Krakow

Catholic basilica where you can listen to an organ recital and see stained-glass windows of 1370.

#6in KrakowThe Vistula riverThe Vistula river in Krakow

The river that is 1047 kilometers long flows through whole Poland from south to north. In Krakow there is Czerwienski Boulevard beside the river, and cruisers run down the Vistula.

#9in KrakowTown Hall towerTown Hall tower in Krakow

Town Hall Tower is placed on the main square of the old town. At the observation deck on the top you can admire splendid view of the city.

#10in KrakowThe Wawel CastleThe Wawel Castle in Krakow

On the top of the Wawel Hill there is a castle of XIV century that combines architectural styles of different periods.

#11in KrakowSt. Florian's GateSt. Florian's Gate in Krakow

34,5-meter high gate that served as the main entrance to the town. It is the only surviving gate from the whole defensive wall Krakow was surrounded with.

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