A rain puddle reflects the floodlit charm of Cloth Hall, one of several major buildings
on Krakow’s Main Market Square. (Dominic Arizona Bonuccelli, Rick Steves’ Europe)
Krakow is easily Poland’s most popular destination, located in the southern region of perhaps Europe’s most underappreciated country. It’s a charming, old-fashioned city buzzing with quirky history, unforgettable sights, and fun-loving college students. Even though the country’s capital moved to Warsaw 400 years ago, Krakow remains Poland’s cultural and intellectual center.
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