Kraków Travel and Visiting Guide

Exploring Eastern Europe is an adventure that everyone should at least consider when booking travel this Summer and although Berlin may be an entry point for education into Eastern Europe influence, the neighbor to the west Poland and the historic city of Kraków offers a gateway to understanding Eastern European influence and the history of Poland. Alive in the city of Kraków, culture thrives everywhere you turn. With our visiting guide to Kraków, we make it easy to plan your trip and offer insights regarding what to see, the best attractions in Kraków and ways of traveling to the historic Polish city. The itinerary we provide is shaped by our experiences visiting the city as well as some help from friends and readers of Berlinerstil.

Kraków or Cracow

Regardless of if you call the city Kraków or it’s traditional historic name of Cracow, the locals will know what you are talking about. Beyond the luxury of Western Europe, in Eastern Europe, Kraków is full of culture that you can find in the streets filled with restaurants and bars. Sitting in one of the many coffee shops or bars available in the city is a great way to meet locals and learn about the history of the city. The vibrant cafe culture of Kraków is perfect for spending afternoons studying and reading a book. I recommend Cytat Cafè for this. Krakow Restaurants are full of traditional Polish dishes alongside international influences.

The Best Things to Do When Visiting Kraków

Kraków is a city that is at the heart of Eastern Europe and has become very popular with travelers. Visiting Kazimierz in Kraków is one of the most popular things for people to do when spending time in the city. The Wawel Cathedral is one of the most beautiful cathedrals in all of Europe.

  • Art Restaurant
  • Veganic
  • Pod Aniolami 
  • Starka-Restaurant and Vodkas

Visiting the Wawel Cathedral

Explore the castle grounds of the Wawel Cathedral and the beautiful surrounding environment. Sitting in the heart of the Royal Palace, the Wawel Cathedral is a staple of Polish history and a symbol of Cracovian gothic architecture.

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