Poland’s second largest city also happens to be its cultural center. A vacation in a holiday apartment in Krakow will make you one of the seven million tourists to visit the city annually.
For a city of less than a million people, the abundance of cultural experience Krakow offers is amazing.
From landmarks such as the Main Market Square with the National Art Museum, St. Mary's Basilica, the Wawel Castle and the Sukiennice Cloth Hall; to a bevy of musical and artistic events ranging from Baroque to modern hosted annually the city, culture is everywhere.
German occupation during WWII saved the city from much of the destruction other areas suffered and the beauty of the city is a testament to that. The city has a tradition of higher learning and has embraced high technology and foreign investment. When the locals in Krakow take a break to enjoy the temperate weather they head to a huge assortment of parks, including Planty and Jordan, the first public park with exercise equipment you can follow suit.