Zakopane is a favoured highland town titled the Polish wintertime center. Situated at the bottom of the Tatra Mountains in Poland, it verges with the Polish Slovak borderline. You can hit it within 2-3 hours from the city of Krakow by car. Continue reading
Today, Auschwitz memorial is the single Nazi German death camp registered on the UNESCO World Heritage List. It is settled in the little town Oświęcim just about eighty kilometers from the City of Krakow. Continue reading
Krakow Balice and Katowice Pyrzowice are 2 of the most important airports in the country.
To tell the truth only airports in the capital city, and probably Wroclaw and Gdansk, are as important to the Polish economy. Continue reading
The holy icon of the Madonna with immature Jesus Christ on Her breast is the most ordinarily blessed and time-honoured relic among the Polish Catholics and also the members of the conservative Church. Furthermore it is respected as the national emblem of Poles. Continue reading
This holy monastery is very often regarded as the Polish focus of pilgrim’s journeys. Each single year it is visited by the great deal of believers who come to beg the Saint Mary for Her mercy. It’s worth to mention that Her blessed symbol in the Jasna Góra Monastery is believed to own some unexplained fortunate quality. Continue reading
The formal name of the Balice airport is Krakow Airport im. Jana Pawla II. This international airport is located about 11km from the Krakow’s centre. Currently it is administrated by the company named Miadzynarodowy Port Lotniczy im. Jana Pawła II Krakow – Balice sp. z o.o. Continue reading
Could you conceive the greatest museum of excavation in Europe? One of them will be found not far away from the Krakowian district in Wieliczka Salt Mine. The museum was established in the middle of XX century what is more it can in the non-operating part of the Wieliczka Salt Mine. Continue reading