Krakow is a charming European city, a mix of old and new. The city survived World War II, remaining intact and at the same time there are new modern buildings as well. We visited Krakow over a weekend in the summer with a tour and...

We had a very limited amount of time during our visit to Krakow, but we did not want to leave without seeing the building of the legendary Oskar Schindler. We stopped by at night after the Museum was closed. We did get to see the...

About an hour’s drive from Krakow in the Zbylitowska Góra neighborhood just outside the Tarnow is one of the saddest monuments of the Holocaust, a monument marking the mass grave of 800 innocent Jewish children shot to their deaths by the Nazi beasts just for...

It is hard to miss the Wawel Royal Castle located on a hill in the center of Krakow. It rises majestically above the city. The Wawel is divided into two parts; The Royal Castle and the Cathedral. There are both permanent and temporary exhibitions within...