78 locals recommend ·
Tips from locals
This is the number one place on the sightseeing list if you are in Krakow for the first time.
It should be enough to say that Rynek Główny is on the UNESCO World Heritage List
Sukiennice (Cloth Hall), st. Mary's Church, Town Hall Tower, beautiful, dense streets. The Square itself is the third biggest square in Poland. You can't skip Kanonicza street and omit Adam Mickiewicz monument.
Cracow Main Square, where Sukiennice and Mariacki Church are located, also one of the biggest Squares in Europe!
Large medieval town square in Europe, dating to the 13th century, surrounded by palaces & churches.
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