Krakow's Market Square, Europe's largest, is surrounded by historic sites like the Cloth Exchange and St. Mary's Basilica with its famous hourly trumpet melody.
Other attractions include St. Adalbert Church, Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi, Tower of the Old Town Hall, Florian's Gate, and the Royal Road leading to Wawel Hill.
Discover Krakow's must-see attractions, such as St. Paul and St. Peter Church with its baroque facade, the Andrew's Church, and Collegium Maius with its Gothic-style architecture.
The Czartoryski Museum with its collection of European paintings, and the Wawel Hill featuring the Wawel Castle, Cathedral, and Dragon Cave legend.
Day 2: Visit Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camp
We highly recommend visiting the Auschwitz concentration camp and Birkenau expansion on the second day of your Krakow trip.
Having a knowledgeable guide in your language is crucial to grasp the experience, even in freezing temperatures entirely.