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... in the old day and it got too much. So we built on top of the waste to form news streets and houses, she explained that's why most places in Krakow has a cellar. They used to be the ground floor. Then she took us down the Main Street in Krakow where the last remaining tower and walls still remains. This road was the royal road because it was that way to the castle. This is the road they took when they were going to be king or queen. The Austrians wanted to knock down all of ...
There was definitely an advantage of booking a local tour with Cracow City Tours - you received a voucher for free lunch! I have used this company twice for the Salt Mines and for Auschwitz…so two free lunches! Awesome. And the food has been soooo good!
One day for lunch I had roasted pork shoulder with honey mustard sauce, roasted potatoes and cabbage salad (aka. Coleslaw). I ...
... went to the Salt Mine which is the coolest generic tourist activity we have done so far. It is a 250km mine underground that has been worked in for 6000 years. We walked down 60 floors of stairs ( I found it best not to think about it too much to avoid claustrophobic anxiety, but looking down from the top stair was pretty freaky, all you could see was spirally stairs down into darkness, I have put a photo in the album from the top of the stairs but it doesn't do ...
... is huge. Filled with cafes, vendors, musicians, flower stands, fountains and festivals.
The market square also contains St. Mary’s Church (surprise – it’s Catholic) that has been here for 800 years. The altar piece is an amazing Gothic carved, wooden triptych which took 12 years to carve in the 1400’s. Across from the church is the Cloth ...
... It took 12 years to make, and due to short lifespans a young architect, 18/19, had to be chosen. It seemed rude to take photos so I have none to show. The doors open up to an impressive gold statue of several figurines, with the alter reaching the top of the cathedral. It was the largest alter in medieval Europe.
In the evening we visited the ...