KRAKOWKrakow – the world’s best known Polish brand – is a magical city, known as the “Pantheon of the Nation”, the “Athens of the North”, the “Slavonic Rome”, or the “Polish Jerusalem”. For centuries Krakow was the capital of Poland, the seat of kings, the place of coronations of Polish monarchs, drawing great scholars and artists from the whole world. It is their talents and imagination that have contributed to the city’s rich legacy of unique historical relics that reflect the most important trends in European culture.

Krakow, the former capital of Poland, residence of Polish kings, with hundreds of churches and KRAKOWthe oldest Polish university, a whole treasury of artwork and a unique atmosphere. Tradition entwines with modern times nearly everywhere you go, and each stone has its own history. There is a multitude of architectural monuments – estimated at 6,000 buildings. This is supplemented by approximately 2.5 million artefacts collected in museums, churches and archives. Thanks to the extraordinary accumulation of cultural wealth, the city was registered on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

The magic of the city can best be contemplated in one of the hundreds of restaurants, cafes KRAKOWand outdoor gardens, offering delicious original cuisine in a no less pleasing atmosphere. Krakow is not just history, this city lives 24 hours a day!

Krakow, with one million residents, is a cultural and academic centre situated in the south of Poland. Within a 200 km radius of the city are some of the largest industrial and economic regions of Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.