Category: Krakow Sights

National Museum main building

National Museum of Krakow

The National Museum in Krakow is divided into multiple branches, each with their own exhibitions. Preserving the national heritage, Krakow’s National Museum is an interesting way to see Poland through the ages. And with...

Saint Stanislaus monument, Krakow

Saint Stanislaus’ fountain

When strolling down the Wisla River, you might come upon a beautifully peaceful monastery, its green roof perhaps sheathed in snow or catching a ray of sunlight. The Skalka and Pauline Monastery, also called...

Firebreathing Dragon

The Dragon’s Den

Krakow’s history holds many legends, one of its most famous is certainly the one about Smok Wawelski or, in English, the Wawel Dragon. Smok, probably one of the most ancient yet famous resident of...

The Palace of Arts on Szczepański Square

Szczepański Square

A city plaza is like a painting. At the right time, when the light emblazons the building fronts with myriad colors and the people watching is prime, there are few places more pleasant to...

Mary's Church, Krakow - View from the Square

St Mary’s Church

Standing proudly in the Northeast corner of the Main Square, the Church of Our Lady of the Assumption, or St-Mary’s Church in short, (Polish Kosciól Mariacki), is a sight to behold. The Gothic architecture...