3. Auschwitz-Birkenau State MuseumOswiecim The Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum (Polish: Państwowe Muzeum Auschwitz-Birkenau w Oświęcimiu is a memorial and museum in Oświęcim , Poland, which includes the Nazi concentration camps Auschwitz I and Auschwitz II-Birkenau. It is devoted to the memory of the victims who died at both camps during World War II. The museum performs several tasks, including Holocaust research. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
4. Ogrodzieniec CastleOgrodzieniec Ogrodzieniec Castle is a ruined medieval castle in the semi-mountainous highland region called the Polish Jura in south-central Poland. Rebuilt several times in its history, the castle was originally built in the 14th–15th century by the Włodkowie Sulimczycy family. The castle is situated on the 515.5-metre-high Castle Mountain , the highest hill of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland. Located on the Trail of the Eagles' Nests, the ruins are open to visitors. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
5. EnergylandiaZator Energylandia is an amusement park in Poland. It is located in Zator in Lesser Poland, which is in southern Poland. It is approximately 50km away from Kraków and some 400km away from Warsaw . Energylandia is the largest amusement park in the country . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
6. The Castle of PszczynaPszczyna The Princely Pheasantry is a late 18th-century neoclassical building in Poręba, Pszczyna County, Silesian Voivodeship, southern Poland. It was founded by the Prince of Pszczyna Frederick Erdmann, designed by Wilhelm Pusch and built between 1792 and 1800. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
7. Jewish Museum and SynagogueOswiecim The history of the Jews in Poland dates back over 1,000 years. For centuries, Poland was home to the largest and most significant Jewish community in the world. Poland was a principal center of Jewish culture, thanks to a long period of statutory religious tolerance and social autonomy. This ended with the Partitions of Poland which began in 1772, in particular, with the discrimination and persecution of Jews in the Russian Empire. During World War II there was a nearly complete genocidal destruction of the Polish Jewish community by Nazi Germany and its collaborators, during the 1939–1945 German occupation of Poland and the ensuing Holocaust. Since the fall of communism in Poland, there has been a Jewish revival, featuring an annual Jewish Culture Festival, new study programs at Polish ... From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
8. Family Home of John Paul IIWadowice The Holy Father John Paul II Family Home in Wadowice, Poland was the family home and birthplace of Karol Józef Wojtyła, who was elected Pope John Paul II in 1978, and canonised after his death. Its address is 7 Kościelna Street, Wadowice, in southern Poland. It is described on the Wadowice website as The family home of Pope John Paul II - Papal Museum and Museum of John Paul II in Wadowice.It has been a historic house museum since 1984; it preserves its original structure and houses a collection of objects that belonged to the Wojtyła family. The museum also commemorates Wojtyła's life and his work in Poland until he left Kraków for the Vatican in 1978. In 1919 Wojtyła's family rented two rooms with a kitchen on the first floor. Karol Wojtyła was born in this apartment on 18 May 19... From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Krakow in Your Pocket - By train from the airport to the city
The Krakow (KRK) Airport Train has re-opened as of September 28, 2015, and we've made two videos to show you how easy it is to use! This video shows the travel from the airport to the city center. For travel from the city center to the airport you can go here: