Majestically medieval, Kraków is the cultural capital of Poland and its only city to have had its historic monuments remain unscathed from the ravages of the Second World War. Its stunning and compact Old Town boasts the exquisite interiors of St Mary’s Basilica, the glorious domes of Wawel Cathedral, the royal treasures of Wawel Castle and the impressive Rynek Główny – the largest market square in Europe. Kraków’s former Jewish quarter, Kazimierz, is a jumble of pretty squares and lively streets. Fascinating museums, a vibrant cultural life and achingly pretty architecture make Kraków the perfect destination for a city break.
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This ancient salt mine is today an incredible subterranean formation of sparkling sculptures, reverent chapels, and dark lakes linked by a maze of caverns and passageways. Found just outside of the city of Kraków, these spectacularly hewn chambers form a fascinating and beautiful underground world to explore.
Known across the world as the former site of a mass genocide orchestrated by the Nazis, the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp was established in 1940 and was witness to the brutal killing of over a million people. Today, it is a sobering memorial and museum which confronts the horror and atrocities that took place here.
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