Krakow - the most recognizable and the second largest Polish city, which was the capital of the country until 1795. It is situated in the south of Poland. Krakow was the place of Polish Kings' coronation - therefore It is often called the "City of Polish Kings". Krakow is a city full of artists and magnificent monuments. In Krakow, there are the most important cultural institutions, hence the many artists and scientists come from. The city combines the rich history and the center of scientific, social and economic life. Krakow is also home to one of the oldest universities in Europe, which is the Jagiellonian University founded in 1364. The oldest area of Krakow, surrounded by the Planty (one of the largest city parks in Kraków) is the Old Town with one of the biggest Market Square in Europe. In 1978, the Old Town with the Wawel Castle, Kazimierz and Stradom was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Krakow is a city you must see! Travel to this probably the most beautiful city in Poland and discover its beauty and unique atmosphere.