Lonely Planet Pocket Krakow: Top Sights, Local Experiences (Pocket Guide)

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Lonely Planet Pocket Krakow: Top Sights, Local Experiences (Pocket Guide)

Lonely Planet Pocket Krakow: Top Sights, Local Experiences (Pocket Guide)

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The legend of the Krakow Dragon The dragon of Krakow has been famous for hundreds of year- with its legend delighting both locals and visitors alike. We’re sure you’ve heard that Poland has a very meat-heavy cuisine, which may be true, but there are also so many choices for people that aren’t fond of meat.

It’s the central feature of the Rynek Główny and has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1978. The largest mound is Kopiec Piłsudskiego, constructed in the 1930s, and located in the Las Wolski forest next to Kraków Zoo.The Museum is free to enter, and for a small fee, you can get a quite comprehensive audio guide to it. It was then recovered in 1946, after being hidden in the basement of Nuremberg Castle along with other valuables. Male visitors to sacred Jewish sites, including synagogues and cemeteries, will need to wear a yarmulke (skullcap), usually offered at the entrance. Summer, you will see people sitting in deck chairs and getting a groove on while forking down sausages from the grill.

Its buzzing nightlife helps to make it one of Poland’s most visited cities, and its cheap and efficient public transport system of buses and trams makes it a doddle to get around. You can use the chart below to get some idea of how much you need to budget daily, depending on your travel style.I was told by the owner of the first apartment I rented in Kraków that I must walk down this atmospheric street and he was right; it’s a must visit street if you are looking for some great street photos day, or night.

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