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Learn about harrowing WWII history and the brave people who resisted Nazi oppression at Auschwitz
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From $37.69
Krakowskie muzeum gości ukraińskie graffiti, które nie tylko ozdabiają przestrzeń, ale również budują most między kulturami.
Immerse yourself in the enigmatic world of Banksy, arguably the most famous and controversial contemporary street artist, at the unique post-industrial interiors of the Marcin Jarry Silverware and Metalware Factory. With origins dating back to 1886, this striking venue spans over a thousand square meters and showcases over 150 works of this elusive artist. The Banksy Museum aims to shed light on the persona of Banksy and his extraordinary approach to creativity, showcased on streets globally. Expect a comprehensive and captivating experience, a deep dive into the realm of street art mastery.
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Located in Oskar Schindler's former factory, the Schindler’s Factory Museum takes a poignant look at life in Krakow during World War II. It's located in Central Krakow and easily reachable on foot and by public transport.
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Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum is a living memorial to the 1.3 million people who were imprisoned in Nazi Germany's largest concentration camp, of whom 1.1 million perished. Visitors can learn about the camp's history and see original exhibits and documents from the camp's operation during the German Nazi regime. Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum is located close to the industrial town of Oświęcim in southern Poland, just outside of Krakow.
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The Galicia Museum is meant to honor the victims of the Holocaust and to celebrate the Jewish heritage of Galicia. The permanent exhibition 'Traces of Memory', the result of twelve years of artistic work, is a reminder of the 800-year history of Jewish culture in Poland. Over 140 photographs made by the museum’s founder present the remnants of the Jewish presence in southern Poland - the former Galicia. The exhibition is also a record for the process of destruction of Jewish culture by the Nazis during WWII. The museum was established by Chris Schwarz, a British photographer whose numerous photos are related to Jewish culture in Poland. Chris Schwarz was the Museum’s director before he died in 2007.
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This unique UNESCO World Heritage Site, located near Krakow in Poland, offers a captivating underground journey filled with history, art, and natural wonders. Take a guided tour, get transport from Krakow, or opt for a morning tour to beat the crowds. Venture deep underground to explore the labyrinth of salt chambers and passages, checking out the intricate salt sculptures and carvings that adorn the walls. Witness the amazing underground salt lakes, where the still waters create a mirror-like effect, reflecting the beautiful salt formations above, and don't miss the Chapel of St. Kinga, an underground masterpiece carved entirely from salt. Just choose one of the Wieliczka Salt Mine day trips from Krakow and get salty!
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From $48.46
Facade of Chopin concert hall
The Chopin Concert Hall concert hall is a public music gallery in Krakow dedicated to F. Chopin, who was one of the greatest composers of all time. The venue is in an old historical tenement house built in the 15th century. At present, you can see an extraordinary 19th-century staircase with its original, richly ornamented railing made of iron, leading to the concert hall
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Wawel Castle, just south of Krakow's Old Town, was the political and cultural heart of Poland through the 16th century. It's now a museum, where visitors can learn about Krakow's history and past royal family members.
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Stroll through 70 hectacres of fun and try out one of the 120+ attractions!
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From $43.78
Next to the Wawel Castle
See Krakow in half the time with a bus tour of Krakow
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From $17.11
Take your sightseeing to the next level with exciting river cruises in Krakow
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Polish Museum of Aviation
Get ready for take-off and go on a journey through time at Krakow's Polish Museum of Aviation. Housed in the historic Rakowice-Czyżyny airport, this treasure trove teems with the legacy of flight. See vintage aircraft and engines from WWII Germany, Soviet Russia, and beyond. Located in the heart of Krakow, this museum is perfect for history aficionados and aviation enthusiasts!
From $7.54
A fragment of an exhibition inside Cricoteka
Situated in the heart of Krakow, the Tadeusz Kantor Art Center, also known as Cricoteka, is a hub dedicated to the Polish artist and theater director Tadeusz Kantor. Since 1980, Cricoteka has been a gateway to Kantor's avant-garde world, showcasing his collection of paintings, sketches, and set designs. Explore Kantor's artistic vision through engaging exhibitions that reflect his enduring influence on contemporary art and theater.
From $8.35

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