Poland_Krakow_1Kraków is the second largest city in Poland with a population of approximately 760 000 residents. It is also one of the oldest Polish cities dating back to the 7th century.

Kraków has an old-world charm and it’s often compared to Prague. Its historical centre has been a UNESCO heritage site since 1978.

The Old Town district is home to about 6000 historic places and more than 2 million works of art.

Apart from being one of Poland’s most important economic hubs, the city of Kraków has always been a leading academic, cultural and artistic centre.

The Universyty of Kraków, founded in 1364 by King Casimir II the Great, is the second oldest university in Central Europe turning the city into an important educational centre.

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