Krakow, Poland in June

Krakow, Poland in June, Krakow, Poland (B)

Krakow – the most popular and one of the most beautiful cities in Poland, was my destination for a June weekend. I had already been there before, but for less than a full day and it had rained that whole afternoon. I finally went back after more than a year excited to see more of Krakow.

Krakow, or Cracow in English, is a historic city, which formerly used to be the capital of Poland. It lies on the south and is famous for its castles, old town and other historical and cultural monuments. The weather was perfect, and the drive from Lodz wasn’t that bad at all. We had booked a hotel in the outskirts of the city in an amazing price. None of us were from or had ever lived in Krakow, so we were looking forward to full sightseeing and enjoyment.

On the first evening, we went to the center and had some delicious Indian meal for dinner before heading to the old town square. I, being the smartass I annoyingly am sometimes, ordered for “ostry ostry ostry” (hot, hot, hot) Indian food, deceived by the looks of the Polish waitress but when the other Indian waiter brought it for me with what was really Indian hot, hot, hot version, I was in tears after a few bites. It was impossible to finish it. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Krakow, Poland in June
Guide Location: Poland » Krakow
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Pooja Gautam
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • St. Mary’s Basillica
  • Krakow cloth hall
  • Wawel castle
  • St. Peter and Paul church