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Krakow is a beautiful sight at night, especially the historic building in the Main Square. St. Florian’s Gate and the Slowacki Theatre also offer a dazzling view in the darkness.
Krakow was not destroyed in World War II, which is why the architectural sights of Krakow are still intact and must be visited.
Wawel Hill and the Old Town are the location of most of these architecturally beautiful buildings. Nowa-Huta also has many buildings displaying classical European architecture.
The Old Town is always a lively place to enjoy walking around and is full of the day to day activities of the locals.
Kanonicza is the oldest street of Krakow with many beautiful portals from Gothic to Renaissance style.
The city of Krakow has many small, cosy and beautiful old courtyards. Some of them also have small pubs and cafés which offer a good variety of local food and drink.
There is a charge for the use of public toilets in Krakow.