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John Paul II Route from Krakow
"We invite you to discover the history of an exceptional man whose pontificate has a unique place in the recent history of the world previously the Krakow archbishop Karol Wojtyla more commonly known as Pope John Paul II. His timeless message sent to people all over the globe is an expression of incredible wisdom and understanding of contemporary issues. Stressing the role of true values – common to different cultures religions and beliefs and calling up to reconciliation cooperation and solidarity Pope John Paul II gained a widespread respect and became a moral authority for millions of people.At the same time John Paul II and his pontificate have a special place in the history of the Catholic Church in Poland and abroad. His whole life was an unceasing discovering and loving God and staying faithful to his words
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Krakow Museums and Transport Official Pass
"Choose from a 2-day or 3-day Krakow Museums and Transport Pass to suit your schedule and after redeeming your voucher and collecting your pass in central Krakow use it to enjoy the city’s museums and transport network. Your pass is valid for your choice of consecutive calendar days.Your pass gives you complimentary admission to up to 40 Krakow museums as well as free travel — both day and night — on the city’s buses and trams. Simply check the list of participating museums and other benefits that come with your card and head for the places that interest you in your own time. Perhaps uncover Krakow where a subterranean route takes you past recently excavated merchant stalls; or delve into the city’s tragic World War II history at the poignant Oskar Schindler’s Factory or the Pharmacy Under the Eagle.Entrance to other historical treasures such a and Krakow’s National Museum with its collections of Polish art
From EUR25.00
 
Krakow Museums and Transport Official Pass
"Choose from a 2-day or 3-day Krakow Museums and Transport Pass to suit your schedule and after redeeming your voucher and collecting your pass in central Krakow use it to enjoy the city’s museums and transport network. Your pass is valid for your choice of consecutive calendar days.Your pass gives you complimentary admission to up to 40 Krakow museums as well as free travel — both day and night — on the city’s buses and trams. Simply check the list of participating museums and other benefits that come with your card and head for the places that interest you in your own time. Perhaps uncover Krakow where a subterranean route takes you past recently excavated merchant stalls; or delve into the city’s tragic World War II history at the poignant Oskar Schindler’s Factory or the Pharmacy Under the Eagle.Entrance to other historical treasures such a and Krakow’s National Museum with its collections of Polish art
From EUR25.00

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No English signs

There are no (OK, almost no) direction signs or information tables in English. Everything is exclusively in Polish language, hehe, add some inscriptions in Latin. Look at my picture: "KAPLICA" means...
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Slippery stairs

There are stone, old stairs in front of the basilica. Watch your steps especially on rainy weather. They were really slippery when we were there. Better don't look up on a facade of the basilica while...
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Light and pictures

We arrived in Kalwaria Zebrzydowska late afternoon. I tried to take pictures at bad light and first of all inside the basilica. But I didn't have a tripod.Keep in mind that a built in flash on most...
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Zoo

I have been to the Krakow Zoo which is located in the middle of the Wolski Forest twice before. The zoo first opened its doors in 1929 and now covers an area of 15 hectares. Unusually the first...
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Ethnographic Museum

As I was a newcomer in Poland it seemed to me that a visit to the Ethnographical museum might be a useful thing to do during my visit of Kazimierz. The museum is not much visited what is regrettable...
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National Museum

In the 16th and 17th c. the Polish hussars were the leading branch of cavalry. They were equipped with a long lance as their main weapon and were wearing plate metal body armour. The hussars fought...
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Wawel Cathedral

Adjacent to Wawel Royal Castle, the Cathedral is one of the significant sights in Krakow and a must visit. It remains Poland’s most important national sanctuary and used to be the coronation site of...
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Kosciuszko Mound

Kopiec Kosciuszki (the Kosciuszko Mound, built by the citizens to honour him) is placed on a hill giving a great view on Krakow. The entrance fee is 2,5zl (0,5€) and the way up to the hill and from it...
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Basilica of Corpus Christi

The third most important church of Krakow is the Basilica of Corpus Christi (Kosciol Bozego Ciala) located in the district of Kazimierz. It is a huge structure mainly of bricks whose construction...
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matcrazy1

"Mysterious a must see"
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yumyum

"Welcome to Kalwaria Zebrzydowska"
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"Kalwaria Zebrzydowska"
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Kodi01

"A special city for the Pope!"
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wandeljp

"Pelgrim in Poland"
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