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Krakow | Cracow | Kraków | Κρακοβία
Admire the famous city monuments, see the precious treasures and undergrounds of Krakow.
Visit the most interesting corners and discover the great history of the city. Check my list of the best things to do in Krakow!
Kraków (Polish pronunciation - ˈkrakuf'), also known as Cracow or Krakow. The second-largest city and one of the oldest and most beautiful cities in Poland.
Sitting on the Vistula River in the Lesser Poland region, the city dates back to the 7th century. Kraków has been one of the leading centers of the Polish academic, cultural, and artistic life.
One of Poland's most important economic hubs and was the capital of Poland from 1038 to 1569. Also is the capital of Lesser Poland Voivodeship since 1999.
Source: Krakow - Wikipedia
Warsaw | Warszawa | Βαρσοβία
An amazing city that has everything I need.
Prefer living in Warsaw than in Nicosia. Here is Why
The city was nearly destroyed during World War II but was rebuilt from the ashes like a Phoenix!
In my Warsaw Blog, you can find a lot of interesting articles with Travel Tips about Warsaw! They can save you a lot of money!
Warsaw is separated by the Wisła river. It is a wide city with a lot of green areas and beautiful Parks.
It is a very bike-friendly city with wide sidewalks and very good transportation. Destroyed during the Second World War but Rebuild from the ashes.
Discover the old town, visit the beautiful Łazienki Park, take a Frederick Chopin Tour and admire the beautiful Nowy Świat - The new World!
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