A melody played by trumpeters from the tower of St. Mary's Church is one of the main symbols of Krakow. Every hour, over the city, there is a signal reminding about the legend of a trumpeter who, warning the inhabitants of the Tatar invasion, was shot with an arrow from a bow. The hymnal is also broadcasted daily by the First Polish Radio Program.
The first Krakow food truck operating in the area of Hala Targowa for over 20 years. Every day in the evening, there are queues of Krakow residents and tourists lining up for sausages. The sale of snacks has become a symbol on the culinary map of the city. Be sure to try!
Kraków is not only the Old Town and Kazimierz. Nowa Huta is one of the largest districts of the Royal City. The unique architecture and turbulent past is increasingly encouraging tourists to explore. Ideally built Central Square - the heart of the district and Łąki Nowohuckie - Krakow's green lungs are only a small part of the district's attractions!
Krakow was entered on the list in 1978. Only in the Old Town there are about six thousand monuments and over two million works of art. The Old Town was inscribed on the World Heritage List 40 years ago, which is one of the first 12 objects in the world.