£229 per person
The streets of Krakow boast a magical, charmed aura. The medieval squares and buildings of Old Town remain perfectly preserved and staggeringly beautiful to behold; the pearl of Poland was one of the first 12 sites named on the UNESCO heritage list.
Hundreds of cellar bars along the streets of Sweska and Florianska offer a hefty dose of Bacchanalian paradise; beneath the pavements of the city, time loses all meaning and you start to call the shots. If you’re still drinking, you can be sure your money will form a handy door wedge to stop these bars from closing.
More buried treasure lies just outside of Krakow, in the form of the Wieliczka Salt Mines; another of the initial 12 UNESCO heritage sites. Here you can tour a breathtaking subterranean kingdom in which chapels and chambers are made entirely from rock salt.
Combining mystique, hedonism and gut-wrenching history, Krakow offers perhaps the most well rounded trip within Europe.
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