The perfect mix of past and present, medieval architecture and quirky modern street-style go hand-in-hand in this enchanting city. Gothic and Renaissance masterpieces like the Wawel Castle, St Mary’s Bascilica, and Europe’s largest market square from the 14th century, Rynek Glówny, proves Kraków’s rich heritage is alive and well. Perhaps the most pertinent historic sites in the city, the remaining synagogues, and other religious sites in the city’s Jewish quarter of Kazimierz are beautiful odes recognising the tragedies of WW2. From troubled times to now, Kraków has picked itself up and dusted itself off, emerging in the 21st century with the quiet confidence of a bohemian yet ever-elegant city well aware of all it has to offer. While the city’s universities lend a fresh vibe to modern Kraków, an array of bars, galleries, restaurants, and market squares cements the city’s title of Poland’s cultural capital. You’ll enjoy every minute spent in this bewitching city; Krakow revived is a sight to see.