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Serving as a royal residence and the site where the country's rulers governed Poland for five centuries (1038-1596), this castle is a symbol of the independent Polish state and today contains a priceless collection of 16th-century Flemish...more
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Krakow castle is a fortress and a little town at the same time. Walk up from any side as early as possible, before bigger tourist groups. View in good weather is very nice to Visla river, to the city and to the parts of castle....More
A very impressive building. You have to climb the hill to gain entry. Very nice grounds. The castle is in excellent condition. The interior was lovely also. A nice gift shop and a post office on site for stamps for postcards. Very convenient
Several rooms with furniture and art works from various artists Polish and European. The Royal Cathedral adjacent to the Palace is also worth a visit. Tickets are quite confusing as there are many expositions
I liked the whole place. Very well taken care of. Zero garbage on the grounds. Flowers in abondance. Downside is that you have to pay for all the different museums and that it's expensive!! Only the cathedral is free of charge and therefore stacked with...More
Our first visit for many years...and so much brighter and well looked after. A great way to see some history of Krakow.
The Crown Treasury & Armoury were a delight and well displayed - "Lost Wawel" was also enjoyable. The Cathedral was very good but...More
I loved this castle so much more than the one in Scotland where I'm from. Very pretty, would have been nice to have a tour guide and hear more about the history but was pretty to just walk around in the sunshine aswell