Most of Krakow stayed intact during the war, meaning that its original Renaissance architecture complete with stained glass touches and sculptures are there for the sightseeing. With a credible twentyeight museums and galleries plus a sprinkling of palaces and churches to choose from, there's plenty to see during your coach tour.
Krakow is lively by day and night. The ornate fourteenth century Cloth Hall buzzes with locals and tourists mainly looking to purchase traditional Polish amber and St Mary's Church with its famous carved wooden altar also has its fair share of visitors. In the evenings, Krakow's lively cafes and eateries offer a good starting ground on which to taste some Polish cuisine.