Spring has at last arrived in Krakow and brought some much needed warmth and colour back to city streets.
Spring colours at the Wavel
For those looking for ideas of how you could fill your days on a spring trip to Krakow and its surroundings, here are a few suggestions.
Peruse the stalls at the Easter Market.
Head down to Zakopane for some skiing on Kasprowy Wierch.
Enjoy the colours of the crocuses on the floors of the Tatra valleys as the snow cover recedes.
Immerse yourself in the culture of the local taverns in Zakopane.
Hang out watching street life on the main market Square in Krakow.
Seek out less obvious historical sites such as Plaszow Concentration Camp.
Matching topography with the gruesome past at Plaszow
Explore the Bohemian streets of Kazimierz Jewish district.
Take a stroll along the banks of the Vistula River or even take a boat trip.
Bask in the warm sunshine sitting at a sewing machine at the brilliant "Singer" pub.
Spend an atmospheric evening in one of Kazimierz's many candlelit pubs.
Where else could you enjoy such a rich variety of experiences?
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