Cracow (Krakow) is a tourist city located in southern Poland on the Vistula River. It is also the city taking the second place in the country in terms of population and occupied area.
Until 1795 Krakow was the capital of Poland, it was in this city that Polish kings were crowned. One of the most famous tourist attractions is the Castle on the Wawel Hill, where Polish kings lived.
Krakow is a city with “two centres”: the Main Market Square and the Old Jewish Town-Kazimierz.
The Main Market Square is the largest market square in the city, compared to other European cities. The architecture created in the Middle Ages has been very well preserved and both St. Mary’s Church and the Cloth Hall are frequently visited by tourists from all over the world.
Krakow is a very green city; there are 43 parks and the hall in which the Cheer Project Event will take place is located at Krakow Błonia Park – the largest urban meadow in Europe!
Near Krakow there is an amazing salt mine in Wieliczka, where numerous cultural events take place and there are also many trails for tourists, also with underground lakes.