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Krakow city at night

Krakow is a historical site and second highest city in Poland. Situated both sides of the Wisla River, the metropolitan city has over 1.4 million people and also presents a wonderful view of the Carpathian Mountains.

Many travellers to Krakow are wondered at how rapidly they feel at home there. Those who love to visit the city and claim it as their own are fully justified in their sentiment: since 1978 Krakow has been on the UNESCO world heritage list, and as such, it belongs to all the people of the world.

Krakow displays past and culture of Poland in an amazing way. Those who have visited the city before doesn’t stop admiring its friendliness. Travellers feel comfortable from the moment they arrive here. The city presents a fine mixture of old and new. Its ancient city is replicate with churches and museums while its newly developed regions boast of hotels, restaurants and plethora of shopping options. In a nutshell, travellers flying to Krakow would come across a superb mixture of old and new. Here we unveil some of the must see attractions before you.

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Climate - Krakow enjoys a cool temperature due to marine west coast and more harsh continental circumstances of Eastern Europe. There are four seasons in the city - summer being warm and moist, winter often sees Krakow under a coverlet of snow with acidly freezing days (-5°C to -20°C). This time, Krakow is passing through very high levels of air pollution that affect particularly environment.

Get in – You can reach Krakow by air, buses, trains from Warsaw as well as from numerous cities in Poland and other countries. Krakow Airport is the major airport located in the west of the city centre. It is the second biggest aerodrome in Poland. The airport is recognized for its misty days. The mistiest months starts from November to March.

Get around – Krakow is comparatively straightforward and the old town is car free and pedestrianised round the main square. All stop has been scheduled the times of buses or trams where they will stop. If you wish to treat yourself then, there are also golf carts and buggies present for trips but be sure to assure the cost in advance of boarding on.

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