Krakow is the recognized cultural capital of Poland. The richness of the historical heritage and the beauty of the architecture of the old quarters annually attract thousands of tourists to the city. Local residents are very proud of the city, as the history of the formation of Polish statehood is inextricably linked with it.
During the Middle Ages, the city became an important spiritual, cultural and educational center. Temples and monasteries have been built here since the XI century, including the magnificent Mariacki Church and the Romanesque Church of St. Andrew, in 1364 the Jagiellonian University appeared – one of the oldest educational institutions in Europe.
No less interesting are the Krakow museums, where you can learn the history of Poland and get to know its culture better. The Oskar Schindler Factory and the Museum of Modern Art will certainly interest tourists interested in the history and heritage of the XX-XXI centuries.