I usually try to convince a lot of my friends to visit Krakow. Why Krakow? What is so special about it? Well, everyone knows that it is the cultural capital of Poland. Everyone is familiar with the beautiful royal Wawel castle situated next to the river. I can bet that all of the sightseers have been informed about Maria’s church on the Main Square or Sukiennice Market Hall and City Tower.
But let me open the curtain and let you look at Krakow from a bit different perspective.
The city of museums, exhibitions, art, and painting; pub crawls, crazy night life; universities, education, journalism and students; towers, churches and Pope; pierogi, flowers, breakfast spots, luxurious restaurants, bigos and Pod Wawelem restaurant; Erasmus, tourists, crowds, big corporation, business, IT, moving; moving, moving, Krakow’s trams, the longest buses and a lot of Galerias (shopping malls); running, jogging, river, sunset, walking with dogs; pigeons, swans, bridges, Podgorze; Kopiec, picnic, Zakrzowek, barbecue; flowers shops, Rynek, Mariacki Kosciol, Sukiennice, souvenirs, crowds. Not enough? 🙂
Wind, rain, snow, Zakopane, changes, weather, umbrella, grey grey sky; no sun, no oxygen; masks, winter, smog; water, people, bridges, river cruises; lazy, sun, grass, Wawel Castle; view, queen, king, towers, prisons, royal; cozy, modern, classic places; Kazimierz, Jewish, ghetto, Schindler; photos, sunshine, photo shooting; walking, coffee, pictures, camera, smile! 🙂