Yay, after Budapest in August it was time for an extended weekend in Krakow! Fun fact is that I booked Krakow directly when I returned from the SURP Trip in March from Warsaw as I did like Poland that much already after the first visit :-).
Flight was very easy ( no wonder when flying with EasyJet haha) and soon we arrived on Thursday evening in Krakow. By taking a taxi it took us about 30 minutes to the city where we booked a cool apartment (in Krakow you usually book apartments instead of hotels) right in between the old town and the jewish quarter - perfect location having everything in walking distance.
What we have done during our stay:
What we have NOT done during our stay:
What I can recommend:
Last but not least I can really recommend to use Revolut as the travel card / app - exchange rates are so much better & it makes it easy when you can just split bills with your travel buddy :).
Krakow compared with Warsaw is probably more romantic with beautiful buildings. It has an interesting story as well and I enjoyed every
minute of Krakow. But I also have to say Krakow is much more touristy and a hotspot for tourists around the world, I don't want to know how the city looks when there is high-season.
In any case, I hope to be back one day in Poland as I really like it, especially the food :)