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Krakow (KRK) is around 250 kilometres away from the capital of Poland. For many Poles, the country's second-largest city is still the secret capital, as Krakow (KRK) is one of today's major hubs for life sciences and technology. Many people may not suspect, however, that the city is also home to some wonderful theatres and cabarets. Krakow (KRK) is even world-famous for its tradition of literary cabaret. Culture lovers will also feel right at home in the city, as it boasts many annual festivals. Some of the most popular include the international Festival of Alternative and Experimental Theatre, the Organ Concerts, the Classical Music in Historical Places festival and the Jazz Festival.
In the Middle Ages, Krakow (KRK) was still the country's capital and remained relatively untouched by the destruction of war. This is why you'll still find many buildings preserved in their original states. Book your Krakow (KRK) flights now and visit the Wawel Royal Castle. The Cloth Hall and Town Hall Tower are among the largest medieval buildings in the city. Krakow (KRK) boasts many highlights for culture lovers in particular, such as more than 100 churches and monasteries, almost 30 museums and many other beautiful sights. Pay a visit to St. Mary's Church, the Franciscan Church, St. Martin's Church, the Church of the Holy Cross or the Cathedral of St. Stanislaus.
Start your explorations on the Royal Route, which leads you through the Old Town. Book your Krakow (KRK) flights now and discover the Monument to the Battle of Tannenberg, the remains of the city walls and the Krakow Florian's Gate. Culture lovers can visit one of the many museums, such as the National Museum, the City History Museum or the Archaeological Museum. The National Park, the Abbey of Tyniec, Zakopane and Auschwitz concentration camp are nearby. Round off a busy day in one of the many restaurants and discover the specialities of Polish cuisine.