The Old Town of Cracow is one of Poland’s best historical gems. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1978, it covers the area within the historical defensive walls, Wawel Hill, Stradom and Kazimierz.
Magnificently preserved architectural landmarks attract millions of tourists from all over the world and testify to the power and prosperity of old Cracow, as well as to the multicultural character of the city. Here, historic objects neighbor trendy restaurants, cafes and cult clubs.
Prominent sights in the Old Town include:
St. Mary’s Basilica (Polish: Kościół Mariacki),
Cloth Hall (Sukiennice),
the Church of St. Adalbert (Kościół św. Wojciecha),