We enjoyed some truly relaxing walks along the Vistula, the sun in our faces, and just unwound.
Krakow (Polish Kraków) is located in the south of Poland about 350 km southwest of Warsaw. Here live about 760,000 inhabitants, making Krakow the second largest city in the country.
Krakow is located on the upper Vistula. Here you will find numerous buildings of the Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and later eras of art history.
Once upon a time… many stories start with these famous words, the stories about dragons in Krakow do, too. Even today, dragons are very much present in Krakow and receive a great deal of honour every year.
As we prepared our trip we came across a video about a so-called food tour. We took this as inspiration to further google food tours in Krakow. “Free Walking Tours Krakow” offers a Food Tour Krakow – not free.
We searched for our perfect apartment on AirBnB prior to our stay in Krakow. And we found a really lovely place.
Actually, Krakow wasn’t even on our list of destinations but sometimes it’s rather an event that determines the next trip than our wish list. In this case, it was the international Joomla! Conference in Krakow.