Krakow Vacations & Travel Packages!
The city of Krakow is one of the oldest and second largest in Poland. The city is a treat for people who love to explore its history and culture. It is home to several Heritage Sites, churches, cultural centers, museums, galleries, important landmarks and more. These include Church of Saints Peter and Paul, Church of St. Andrew, Jewish Cultural Center, Florianska Street, Kopiec Kosciuszki Mound, Czartoryski Museum, and more.
Places of Interest in Krakow
Church of Saints Peter and Paul
Located in the Old Town District of Krakow, the Church of Saints Peter and Paul is a Roman Catholic Church. Designed in the Polish Baroque architecture, the church was constructed in between 1597-1619.
This center is a Museum of Japanese Art and Technology in Krakow, Poland. Initially the center was a part of the National Museum of Krakow but in 2005 it was declared as an autonomous body and is being operated as Japanese museum since 2007. The new building for the museum has been designed by Arata Isozaki - a renowned Japanese architect. Till date, the museum has served host to more than 100 exhibitions depicting traditional and contemporary Japanese artworks in the form of paintings, prints, photographs, and more.
Florianska is amongst the most significant and historical streets in the city of Krakow. It is the part of the well known Royal Route. Though the street went through renovation in the 19th century but till date the medieval charm and beauty is still visible. The street is full of churches built in Gothic style and beautiful terrace buildings. Jan Michalik Cafe at number 45 and houses at number 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, 14, 17 and 26 stand out due to their designs.