• Explore the main square of Krakow and visit the Cloth Hall and St. Mary’s Basilica.
• Visit the Wawel Royal Castle and take a walk along the Vistula River.
• Enjoy a traditional Polish dinner at U Babci Maliny.
• Visit the Schindler’s Factory museum for a glimpse into World War II history.
• Take a walking tour of the Jewish quarter, Kazimierz, and explore its many synagogues.
• Stop by the Galicia Jewish Museum to learn more about the city’s Jewish history.
• Enjoy lunch at Restauracja Kuchnia u Doroty for some delicious Polish food.
• Visit the Wieliczka Salt Mine and take an underground tour of its tunnels and chambers.
• Go for an evening stroll around Planty Park and enjoy some of its many attractions.
• Spend the morning at the Rynek Underground museum to learn about Krakow’s history.
• Enjoy lunch at Pierogarnia Krakowska for some delicious pierogis.
• Visit Oskar Schindler’s Enamel Factory to see where he worked during World War II.
• Take a break from sightseeing and explore some of Krakow’s fun bars and pubs.
• End your trip with a visit to Wyspianski Museum to admire its unique collection of artworks.
U Babci Maliny – Try their traditional Polish dishes such as pierogi, golabki, or kotlet schabowy.
Restauracja Kuchnia u Doroty – Try their signature dishes such as zurek soup or bigos stew.
Pierogarnia Krakowska – Must-try dishes include their potato and cheese pierogis or cabbage and mushroom pierogis.
WHERE TO STAY:
Hotel Copernicus – Located in the heart of Krakow, this hotel offers a great location close to all of the city’s major attractions as well as comfortable rooms with modern amenities.