Because of the coronavirus, the Polish government introduced nationwide special precautionary measures. From Friday the 13th until at least April 26 all institutions, cultural venues like cinemas, museums and theatres, across all of Poland. So all Kraków's tourist attractions and cultural institutions will be closed until at least April 26. Read more about coronavirus in Krakow

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Off Camera Festival

Off Camera Festival – International Festival of Independent Cinema is a yearly event organised since 2008 in Krakow. Its main aim is to promote world independent cinema and as such is one of the largest and most distinctive film events in this part o...

Corpus Cristi Church in Krakow

Corpus Christi Basilica

Corpus Christi Basilica is one of only few remaining Christian buildings in the district of Kazimierz that had become predominantly Jewish in character over the centuries. Corpus Christi Basilica was erected in stages, beginning in 1340 and finished in the mi...

Pauline Church on the Rock

Simply called Skalka in Polish, this sacral complex located on a small outcrop in Kazimierz district...

The Arc of Lord Church

The Arc of Lord Church was built between 1967 and 1977. It was the first newly-built religious templ...

Mounds of Krakow

The four Mounds of Krakow are forever inscribed in the landscape of the city and its surroundings. T...

St. Bartholomew Apostole’s Church

St. Bartholomew’s Church in Mogila The history of St. Bartholomew’s Church remains quite a m...

Cistercian Abbey

Cistercian Abbey in Mogila (today in Nowa Huta district) is one of only a few monasteries in Poland...

Can you visit Auschwitz from Krakow?

Yes, there are several bus companies that shuttle between Krakow and Auschwitz. The ride takes about...

Can you take photos in Auschwitz?

Yes, you can take photos in the Auschwitz Museum, but without flash and stands, only for personal us...