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Krakow is the second-largest city in Poland was once the official capital of the country. It is located in southern Poland on the Vistula River. It is a modern and fastest developing city in the country which is now developed as a melting pot of traditions and indigenous residents along with the young enthusiastic students who all contributed to make it a cultural capital of the country. . The city is renowned for its brilliant architecture which is a mix of all European architectural which makes it an interesting destination for its visitors. A never-ending list of festivals and events, delectable food, great art and music scene, old-world European charm, rich history and rich cultural heritage are few among many reasons that compel you to visit this artistic city. So just don’t wait and book flights to Krakow now.
The more you explore Krakow the more you want to explore it. Main Market Square is certainly a place where you should start your sightseeing in Krakow as it is the most famous attraction in the city. It is the largest medieval market in Europe and the geographic center of the Old Town. It is mostly visited because of its vibrant and fresh atmosphere, great cafes and dining options, lively vibes, stunning architecture and great entertainment. Do visit nearby St. Mary Basilica the 14th century Gothic Church which is just a few steps away from the Main Market Square. It is quite famous for its wooden altarpiece made by Veitstoss, incredible history and trumpet signal played every hour to all four sites in the world.
Don’t miss a visit to Wawel Castle which is an imposing royal castle in Europe and was the resident of most Polish rulers is an important attraction in Krakow. The Kazimierz Jewish Quarter, the Jewish district in Krakow is worth seeing not only for its creative pubs and bars but for its amazing history and culturally rich sights. Do visit the UNESCO World Heritage site the Wieliczka Salt Mine which had stopped churning out salt in 2007 but it continues to be a major crowd puller due to its collections of meticulously carved caves. Another major attraction in the city is Polish Aviation Museum, located less than three miles northeast of the city has a plethora of planes makes it an aerospace haven.
If you are planning a holiday trip then the best time to visit Krakow is Spring (March-May) and Autumn( September-November). The weather is pleasant and thus is an ideal time to explore its maximum attractions. Another advantage is that the crowds are less so you can easily get affordable hotels and flight deals. Undoubtedly winters offer its thrill and visitors can enjoy a unique and mesmerizing experience but one should be well prepared for bitter cold and transport disturbances. Christmas and New Year at Krakow is truly one of the great experiences for visitors.
To get flights from London to Krakow all just you need is to book them in advance to avoid end time travel hassles. Several airlines offer flights connecting both the cities such as Wizz Air, Ryanair, easy Jet, KLM, British Airways, Austrian Airlines, Lufthansa, SAS, SWISS, Air France and LOT etc. There are 111 direct flights between London and Krakow among them Ryanair, easy Jet and Wizz Air are the frequent flyers on this route. From London to Krakow Tuesday is the cheapest day to fly whereas Sunday is the most expensive one.
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