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  • Krakow

    The best school in krakow, prices are amazing, I started to speak and it was really easy. I was living in Krakow long time and I was tired to learn grammar but I wanted to try again. They always want to push you to speaking and that is amazing because then my polish...

    0 by Roma, 5 years ago
  • Old town of Krakow

    As I reside in Warsaw, I sometimes think about travelling. Usually just out of the city. Polski bus is a famous Polish transport company. Polski bus is a cheap company and does not charge much money for a ticket. It provides trips around the Central Europe but mainly...

    0 by Denys, 7 years ago
  • Historical centre of Krakow

    These are my first photos abroad, far away from my family, from my friends, from my country, but i guess that, in a short time i will have my new amazing family and my new friends to share this incredible -erasmus experience- with them. This is the main square of...

    0 by Eirini, 7 years ago
  • Bunkier Sztuki Yearly Press Photo Exhibition

    Every year in November you will have the World Press Photo Exhibition in Bunkier Sztuki (the Contemporary Art Museum), next to Planty on Plac Szczepanski. This year (2014) is the fourteenth edition and since I arrived in Krakow in 2012 I never missed the opportunity to...

    0 by L, 8 years ago
  • Botanical Garden

    Ok, this is nice for every city to have a botanical garden but Krakow's would really need to be improved. Nothing to say about the nice plants, flowers and trees but location is not ideal, near a main road and a bit outside the center (near Rondo Mogilskie). Also the...

    0 by L, 8 years ago
  • Park Jordana

    Park Jordana is just the perfect park every city should have! It has everything a park should have : sculptures, fountains, a flower garden. there is also the local footbal team's stadium of Wisla inside,a great architectural stadium too.                    ...

    0 by L, 8 years ago
  • Wawel's Dragon

    Smok Wawelski (the Dragon of wawel) is a sculpture next to the Wisla river that you can see either if you are inside the Castle and therefore see it from above or if you are walking along Wisla river, in that case you will be standing just next to it.            ...

    0 by L, 8 years ago
  • National Museum

    A bit of culture! Muzeum Narodowe w Krakowie (national museum of Krakow) is located close to the center in the area of universities and the great and enormous park Blonia. I went twice to the museum, the first time to see the art collection coming from all around the...

    0 by L, 8 years ago
  • Nowa Huta

    When you mention Nowa Huta in Krakow you get two different answers. Either : “ it is such a great place, a bit grunge, anti-conformist, a place for artists…” or a simple “ this place is ugly, just a remain of Krakow’s communist past”.                ...

    0 by L, 8 years ago
  • Schindler's Factory

    An original way and very easy way to get to the museum (I know a lot of people complain it is difficult to find) is to take the train from the main station (Krakow Glowny) and get back in Zablocie, the first stop. It takes exactly four minutes! As soon as you go down...

    0 by L, 8 years ago
  • Main Square (Rynek)

    Krakow’s Main Square (Rynek in Polish is not only the biggest square in Europe, it is considered by many as the most beautiful). This is probably one of the many reasons why I now live in Krakow : its magnificent main square. You cannot just get tired of it! Of course...

    0 by L, 8 years ago
  • Church of the Virgin Mary

    And another church! But I would say the Church of the Virgin Mary (Kosciol Mariacki in Polish, good luck for the pronunciation!) is worth to enter and look around whether you are a believer or not. The impression you get once inside is you are a bit overwhelmed by the...

    0 by L, 8 years ago
  • Polish aviation museum

    Ok, I thought to go to this place you have to really like planes, which is not really my case but I still had a good time! The museum has great access by bus or tram, you can even walk there if you want but expect an hour walk from the center. Last option taxi will cost...

    0 by L, 8 years ago
  • The Wawel Royal Castle

    Located on Wawel Hill this is no doubt my favourite view of Krakow when it is becoming dark. Seeing the Castle with its golden light seems like a fairy tale the first time you see it. Visiting it during the day is also worth it and the best way to do so is to go there...

    0 by L, 8 years ago
  • Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum

    I am sure this place has been covered many times as Auschwitz is a place many people feel they should go to pay their respects to the dead and try to understand nazi’s barbarism. I went there a while ago surely as I thought also it was something important to do. I...

    0 by L, 8 years ago
  • Wieliczka Salt Mine

    The place is recognized by UNESCO as World Cultural and Natural Heritage and you understand why while visiting the Mine. Some of the rooms are just breath taking like the Cathedral with salt sculptures and chandeliers. When you realise “”simple”” men working in...

    0 by L, 8 years ago
  • The Auschwitz Concentration Camps

    In philosophy they say that the world can’t exist without Evil, because Good is platonic, in the sense that it does not create. A world full of good is one that doesn't want to make any changes, a land where peace and everlasting happiness reign, where there is no...

    0 by Dănilă, 10 years ago
  • Juvenia Cracow Rugby Club

    Join our trainings this autumn on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 18:00 and develop your rugby union skills in the top-league Juvenia Cracow Rugby Club, which was established in 1906! The sport club is situated in the city center, on Błonia field. Here you can find...

    0 by Juvenia, 11 years ago

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