Waville Castle is the palace of Polish kings in the Middle Ages. The Royal Cathedral is the place where the king was crowned and buried after his death. The Royal Castle of Vaville has a history of more than 1000 years since it was built. It witnesses the brilliant history of Krakow and Poland as a whole. There's nothing like this castle in Poland.
Although the castle here covers a small area, you can see beautiful buildings when you enter the gate of the castle, and you can also stand high around the castle half circle to see the city of Krakow. Basically, more than half a day is enough. It's still snowing heavily in March. It's very cold when it melts to the ground.
Just on the Castle Hill of Waville, which was badly damaged during World War II, it is now a museum that has been restored. The patio garden outside is free to visit, and the tickets inside can only be purchased in the Polish currency, cash Flynn, without accommodation.
The Palace of Poland, which is well worth visiting, looks simple and simple. More than 40 kings have been crowned here.