A CITY WITH A STRONG SENSE OF IDENTITY OF ITS ARTISTIC AND FUN-LOVING SOUL.
Krakow has emerged from a tumultuous past with a fantastic party-going spirit and visitors will find it hard to find a street without a liberal scattering of watering holes. Cafes and bars open early in the evening and don’t close until the early hours of the morning, with many offering live music or poetry readings, and others just keep it simple, providing good vodka and lots of it.
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Rynek Główny is the name for the Main Market Square, which once was the largest square in Medieval Europe. It lies at the heart of the city and has been its hub, ever since the historical district of the Old Town got its present grid of streets.
The Czartoryski Museum houses a vast collection of ancient works of art from Greece and Egypt, but the key artworks here have to be Leonardo Da Vinci’s "Lady with an Ermine” and Rembrandt’s “Landscape with the Good Samaritan”.
The Cloth Hall, built in the 14th century, was formerly Krakow's international trade centre. After a century, the hall saw its glory days and sold a variety of exotic imports - such as leather, spices and silk - from the East.
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