Krakow was the capital of Poland from 1320 to 1609, and was replaced by Warsaw after Poland's restoration in the eighteenth century. I was shocked when I set foot in the ancient capital, which is far more magnificent and prosperous than Warsaw, the capital. Today is also the weekend, tourists like knitting, many Europeans come here as a whole. Voices of people, music, the hoofs of carriages and the bells of the Church of Maria float in the central square of the ancient capital, textile clubs, and nearby streets and alleys. The largest square and trading center in medieval Europe brought endless reverie to visitors. Everyone enjoys joyment like a festival. The Polish people are impressive in their warmth and courtesy. Here we have a beautiful experience of the charm of Polish local customs.
Krakow's Central Plaza is known as the largest medieval Plaza in Europe and the most exciting place in Krakow. It is warm, energetic, exquisite and simple. When you go to Krakow, you must feel the local customs of Poland. The brick-red Notre Dame Mary church on the Plaza is the symbol of Krakow. It is a busy Christmas market on Christmas Eve.
Krakow's Central Square is Krakow's largest square. There are many famous buildings around. For example, St. Mary's Church, Textile Club Hall, Krakow City Hall and so on. The square is very busy every day. There are also fairs in the center of the square. There are many artists performing in the square. This is a good place for the Polish people and tourists to have leisure, gather and visit.
Poland & Krakow's Old Town Square and Fair are full of beautiful honeywax and amber ornaments, which have local characteristics. They do not show the ancient city from an overlooking perspective. They look up at the buildings in the sun and feel that they are all shining.
The brick-red Notre Dame Maria Church in the central square of Krakow, an ancient Polish city, is a symbol of Krakow. The two towers have different architectural styles. The exterior of the church seems very simple, and the interior decoration is very exquisite. A week's visit to the church requires tickets. Unfortunately, no shooting is allowed.
Krakow's Central Plaza is worth visiting more than Warsaw's Castle Square. Apart from its vast area, the buildings on the Plaza are more appreciated. Tourists can employ a classical carriage, under the leadership of the groom, to visit the ancient city for a week, to appreciate the life of the gentry and ladies in the Middle Ages.
The "scenery" here is by no means single. During the day, it is occupied by a bazaar made up of temporary stalls. It is not necessary to find a souvenir in Polish (the Market Street in the middle is perennial). The number of meetings is good. In the evening, restaurants around the bar suddenly change to make you feel the comfort of Polish people, or the square will set up a platform to receive the band's performance. Don't forget to console the two bored rogues. Stone Lions and Giant Eyeless Heads
The Central Plaza of Krakow, Poland is "the largest medieval Plaza in Europe". The Notre Dame Church on the Plaza is the most prominent building in Krakow Plaza and the symbol of Krakow. There are many tall horses in the square. They are handsome, comfortable, elegant and not very expensive.