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St. Mary's Basilica picture in Krakow
Pierogies picture in Krakow
Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum picture in Krakow
Old Town picture in Krakow
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Wawel Royal Castle picture in Krakow
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Oskar Schindler's Factory picture in Krakow
Cloth Hall picture in Krakow
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Wawel Cathedral picture in Krakow
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Pope John Paul II Statue picture in Krakow
Polish Aviation Museum picture in Krakow
Krakow Christmas Market picture in Krakow

The Vistula River and historic sights like St. Mary's Basilica can be seen from the Wawel Royal Castle. spooh Getty Images

Easily recognized by its two uneven towers, St. Mary's Basilica sits on the edge of the Main Market Square. TomasSereda Getty Images

Pierogies (Poland's version of a dumpling) are filled with an array of ingredients, but the most traditional version comes stuffed with potatoes. macniak Getty Images

You'll leave the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum feeling a wide array of emotions, but this attraction is worth trekking 42 miles outside Kraków to see. George Pachantouris Getty Images

The Old Town neighborhood of Kraków is filled with historical charm. RossHelen Getty Images

In Kraków's Nowa Huta neighborhood, you'll find communist-style architecture and the Church of St. Bartholomew, a mid-15th-century church filled with colorful artwork. Wendy Rauw Photography Getty Images

The "Wieliczka" Salt Mine is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a popular tourist attraction. Pavliha Getty Images

Foodies, architecture aficionados, shopaholics and more will love wandering around central Kraków's Main Market Square. neirfy Getty Images

Venture to the southern part of the Old Town area and you'll discover the Wawel Royal Castle, the former residence of many Polish rulers. TomasSereda Getty Images

One of Kraków's most popular street foods is Zapiekanka, a pizza-like dish made on half a baguette and topped with ketchup or chives. DimaBerkut Getty Images

Film enthusiasts and history buffs won't want to miss touring Oskar Schindler's Factory. Jennifer Boyer Flickr

It's hard to miss the illuminated Cloth Hall at the Main Market Square during an evening stroll. karp85 Getty Images

A quick way to get around the city is to use the tram. Jacek_Sopotnicki Getty Images

Wawel Cathedral contains the burial chambers and tombs of some of Poland's most famous figures. RolfSt Getty Images

One of Poland's most well-known food staples is kielbasa. In Kraków, this sausage is commonly served grilled with white bread and mustard. ajma_pl Getty Images

Many of Poland's iconic figures have ties to Kraków, but one of the most important is Pope John Paul II. A statue of the former pope resides outside the Wawel Royal Castle. Panama7 Getty Images

Check out historic planes, helicopters and more at the Polish Aviation Museum. tupungato Getty Images

If you decide to visit in the winter, be sure to check out the Krakow Christmas Market, which is available in the Main Market Square every November and December. martin-dm Getty Images

Skyline picture in Krakow
St. Mary's Basilica picture in Krakow
Pierogies picture in Krakow
Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum picture in Krakow
Old Town picture in Krakow
Nowa Huta picture in Krakow
Main Market Square (Rynek Glówny) picture in Krakow
Wawel Royal Castle picture in Krakow
Zapiekanka picture in Krakow
Oskar Schindler's Factory picture in Krakow
Cloth Hall picture in Krakow
Tram picture in Krakow
Wawel Cathedral picture in Krakow
Kielbasa picture in Krakow
Pope John Paul II Statue picture in Krakow
Polish Aviation Museum picture in Krakow
Krakow Christmas Market picture in Krakow

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