Krakow Photo Gallery

Jewish Quarter - Kazimierz

Just on the other side of the beautiful historic town centre, this gritty neighbourhood is seeing a renaissance.

Historic Centre

Walk around the streets and enjoy the churches, universities, and squares. Krakow became the Polish capital in the 11th century. Although the capital moved to Warsaw in the late 16th century, Krakow was still used for royal coronations and burials.


Hope on a tram to visit the Jewish Quarter or to Nowa Huta further afield.

Nowa Huta

Designed to be a Communist utopia, this working class district offers interesting architecture and a glimpse of the Solidarity movement that brought about major change to Poland.

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