With a history dating back to the 13th century, Krakow's Main Square, once the largest in Europe, remains a central hub of city life and activity. Captivating historical structures such as magnificent St. Mary's Basilica and Renaissance-style Cloth Hall are just two of the many beautiful buildings you'll encounter upon arriving, all with cultural importance and all well worth investigating. Of particular interest are the Great Alter in St. Mary's and the slightly tilted Town Hall Tower, once part of Krakow's great Gothic Town Hall. Give yourself an afternoon and get to know one of the Europe's most historic city squares.
Location:Rynek Glowny, Krakow