I’m particularly excited to share one of my favourite cities in the world with you: Krakow. I’m a wee bit biased (this is Justyna), being Polish and all, but I could spend the rest of my life in this city and it wouldn’t even bother me one darn bit. The street festivals, food, restaurants, visual arts, and culture is really unbeatable. We’ll let the photos do most of the talking, but if you’re interested in visiting, take at our Krakow travel guide below.
As a side note, if you’re considering a European elopement, consider Krakow. The rates are incredible for budget conscious couples, and the city is brimming with beautiful architecture, delicious food and tons of history. Krakow is also surrounded by tons of nature and gorgeous fields. It really is the best of both worlds.
WHERE TO STAY: The Bonerwoski Palace WHERE TO EAT: Dynia | Destino | Restauracja Padre | Charlotte | Camelot WHAT TO SEE: I strongly recommend a tour of Auschwitz while you are there – the infamous site of some of the worst human atrocities ever committed, synonymous with the Holocaust and World War II.