The city of Cracow has always been free and independent, even during the partitions of Poland, culture and art flourished here.
In the Old Town there are about six thousand monuments and more than two million works of art. You can meet here painters and sculptors, for whom Cracow for hundreds of years is an inspiration.
Right next to Cracow there is one of the biggest tourist attractions in Poland, which is visited annually by a million tourists - the Salt Mine in Wieliczka. It is worth booking some time to walk along the corridors of the underground city.
While visiting the region, you can also think about visiting the museum in Oświęcim.
This unique place is visited every year by more than a million people from more over 100 countries. Auschwitz is the most recognizable symbol and place in the world.
Since 1945, more than 44 million people from all over the world have visited the grounds of the former Auschwitz camp.