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Memorial and Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau
4.4/5
152 Reviews
Historical Architecture
118***20Auschwitz is one of the labor camps and extermination camps established during the Nazi Germany. It is known as the "death factory". Its site is located in the small city of Auschwitz in southern Poland, more than 300 kilometers from the Polish capital Warsaw. 1.1 million people were killed in this concentration camp, most of them were Jews. Visiting here, looking at the piles of victims’ relics, hair, suitcases, spectacle frames, razors, high heels, etc., I was full of depression and anger.
Main Square
4.6/5
74 Reviews
Church
E34***60krakow is a very histrocial town in Poland, compare to Warsaw it is more relaxing and have more attaction for tourist. It is also the main connection town for visitng the Poland Concentration Camp.
Wieliczka Salt Mine
4.4/5
63 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Historical Site
卡奇山口曾布There is a direct bus 304 opposite the Krakow Department Store. English-speaking tour guide ticket 79 waves plus 10 yuan photo permit. The salt mine is very deep. I got dizzy when I walked down about 50 stairs, but it was definitely worth it. It’s a wonderful place, artificial miracles, and many artworks. There is the deepest foreign dining hall in the world, which is not expensive, and it is worthwhile to sell souvenirs at the outlet. Awesome place
Wawel Royal Castle
4.7/5
44 Reviews
Palace
Castle
王小柱是真疯了Wawel Mountain stands quietly by the Vistula River, and the scene before me is not only a visual feast, but also a spiritual pleasure. Wawel Castle is located in the south of Krakow and is the highest point in the city. Standing on the top, it overlooks the ancient city of Krakow and is spectacular. The castle is also the oldest palace in Poland and one of the symbols of Poland. Before moving the capital to Warsaw, Wawel Castle served as the residence of the Polish royal family for nearly three hundred years. The castle is colorful and romantic from the outside. Suitable for taking a look with your lover. It has been the residence of the king since the 10th century, and many coronation ceremonies have been completed here. The coffin of the former Polish president Kaczynski and his wife, who died in a plane crash in 2010, is placed in the castle’s underground church and is the only coffin that can be photographed. Address: Wawel Castle Wawel 5, 31-000 Kraków Business hours: The opening hours of each attraction are slightly different. Tickets need to be purchased separately, and visitors need to check the official website in advance. Little Tips: The interior of the castle includes multiple independent attractions. The opening hours of each attraction are slightly different. Tickets need to be purchased separately. Tourists need to check the official website in advance
National Museum in Krakow
4.4/5
25 Reviews
Exhibition
Palace
翼儿爱自由Wawel Castle is the palace of the Polish kings in the Middle Ages, and the Royal Cathedral is the place where kings were crowned and buried after their death. The Wawel Royal Castle has a history of more than 1,000 years since it was built. It has witnessed the glorious history of Krakow and even the entire Poland. The most favorite place in Poland is this castle.
Royal Private Apartments
4.1/5
19 Reviews
Museum
juki235Wawel Castle is the private residence of the Polish royal family and one of the oldest palaces in Poland. This is a gathering place for many attractions, such as the Lost Wawel, Royal Treasures and Armory, etc., everyone can visit together. What's interesting is that there is a flying dragon in bronze sculpture below the castle, and a moving fairy tale, but the key point is that this dragon actually breathes fire regularly, which is really fun.

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Main Square
Main SquareKrakow,Poland

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Oriental Art Exhibition
Oriental Art ExhibitionKrakow,Poland

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Old Synagogue
Old SynagogueKrakow,Poland

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Lost Wawel
Lost WawelKrakow,Poland

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Church of St Peter & Paul
Church of St Peter & PaulKrakow,Poland

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Podziemia Rynku
Podziemia RynkuKrakow,Poland

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