Krakow - Dragon's lair

  • Dragon's lair

    The infamous dragon next to his cavern. He actually breathes fire now and then!

    Smok Wawelski

  • For king and glory

    Not surprisingly, the best hillside location of the city features the Royal Castle and the Wawel Cathedral.

    Wawel Hill

  • Climb this

    The oldest part of the hill dates back to the 9th century.

    Wawel Hill

  • Anybody home

    The dragon cave beneath the hill.

    Wawel Hill

  • Tower takes bishop

    Town Hall Tower and Cloth Hall, Rynek Glowny

  • Budget accommodation

    The hollow sculpture Eros Bound seems like a popular place.

    Reine at Rynek Glowny

  • Tales of Art Nouveau

    Impressive café from 1910 with Lenin on the guest list.


  • Mushroom ice cream

    Examining the dessert at Wierzynek

  • These walls have memories

    The old apartment of Oskar Schindler, even featured in the movie.


  • Creatures of the night


  • And all that jazz

    Bernstein on sax.

    Harris Piano Jazz Bar

  • Looking for Balin

    The amazing cathedral where everything is made of salt, even chandeliers, 200 meters below the surface.

    Wieliczka Salt Mine

  • Don't wake the Balrog

    Wieliczka is said to be the oldest salt mine in Europe, operating for 700 years. Almost four kilometers of passages are open to the public.

    Wieliczka Salt Mine

  • Just a flesh wound

    The Battle of Grunwald was one of the greatest battles of medieval Europe. The fallen man is Urlich von Jungingen, Grand Master of the Teutonic Order, defeated by the joint armies of Poland and Lithuania.

    Grunwald monument

  • Sound the alarm

    The trumpet signal from the highest tower every hour abruptly stops, as a tribute to the original 13th century trumpeter who was shot in the throat.

    St Mary's Basilica

  • Raiding the closet

    Alchemia, Kazimierz