12 Days of Christmas in Krakow

Follow us the next twelve days as we take you all over the city of Krakow to show you what Christmas in Krakow is really like!  Each day we will post a new video and pictures as a countdown to Christmas. Below is a sneak-peek at what we have in store… And remember everyday on…

A Tour Of Krakow’s Main Square

The main square of Krakow is one of the most visited sights of the city, and for good reason. The Rynek Główny, as it is called in Polish, is one of the largest squares in Europe and contains strikingly beautiful architecture and an abundance of Polish history, However, the monuments and points of interest to…

Bunkier Cafe: Relaxing Along the Planty

One of my favorite places to really wind down and relax is at Bunkier Cafe.  Located along The Planty, Bunkier has great food, an even better atmosphere, and a special Tyskie “Tank Beer”.  In the winter, plastic curtains are closed so that you can still sit along the gardens even in the snow.  In the…

Church of St. Francis

Even if you are going through Europe and have had your fill of European churches, because I know I have, St. Francis is a breath of fresh air.  Its vibrantly colored walls cannot be done justice by my camera, and so I invite you to go see it for yourself.  And if you are a…

See the City: Krakow’s Free Walking Tours

Full disclosure, I haven’t actually taken one of these tours yet, but I plan to for research purposes.  However, a lot of our Airbnb guests have taken these tours, and for the most part said that they enjoyed it.  Why I bring them up is because I find their city map and information they give…

Strolling About: The Planty

One of our favorite things to do in Krakow is walk along the Planty, sometimes we even run the entire 4k or bike it with friends.  It is technically considered a city park, one of the largest in Krakow, but what makes it unique is that it encircles the entire Old Town, Wawel Castle included.  Walls protecting…

Flea Markets in Krakow

There are a couple of flea markets in town that are worth stopping by.  If you aren’t here on a Sunday, then check the Plac Nowy in Kazimierz, almost any day of the week, for some fun finds (best on Saturday and Sunday).  And if you are here on a Sunday, then look no further…