A compilations of interesting places with scenic views of Krakow, places for picnics, hiking, rock climbing, etc.
Stretching from one end of Krakow to the other, the boulevards offer photo opportunities of Wawel Hill as well as a pleasant stroll from Salwator to Kazimierz and Podgorze. There are barges and boat stops on the way giving the opportunity to take a boat ride or have a meal on the water.Read more ›
A recent and modern addition to Krakow's river crossing, this footbridge allows easy access to an area that until not long ago was seldom visited by tourists. The footbridge leads right across to a small enclave of restaurants and bars and is a pleasant way to get to Old Podgórze.Read more ›
Sprawling over about 42 hectares of land, this is one of Poland's best known cemeteries. This cemetery is an architectural and artistic gem with graves, tombs, and mausoleums of different shapes and sizes designed by different artists and in different styles.Read more ›
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Kopiec Piłsudskiego (Piłsudski’s Mound)
This artificial mound located in the Wolki forest which is excellent for a picnic, sight-seeing, running, biking, walking, etc.. and if you are travelling with kids, you also have the Zoo in the middle of the forest. To get here you only need to take a bus which takes 15min from Cracovia Błonia bus stop.Read more ›
Everything from clay pots to skulls are on display in their relevant groups and are well labeled. There are relics from all around the world and from different time periods with Polish pieces up to the early Middle Ages. Movies present the unraveling of a mummy and other displays show how Ancient Krakowians defended themselves from invaders.Read more ›