A beautiful church with lots to see and very large grounds to walk. If you're catholic it's must visit site for sure.
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A new building could be consider as a good one but in my opinion it is better to see an old chapel with its amazing painting. A new one is the answer to a growing number of tourists and pilgrim. For me more spiritual is...More
My wife wanted the visit the place and I was not really interested, however after spending some time there I can see the beauty of the building and the reason why so many people visit.
My wife and I got tram 8 from the Philharmonic hall in Krakow as this should have taken us to our desired stop. However due to track maintenance it finished about 1 km from our desired stop. We were ushered off the tram and at...More
Where St Faustina died. There's a beautiful Basilica, and chapel where St Faustina's remains are. Beautiful grounds for meditation and a chapel for Perpetual Adoration.
An exceptional spiritual experience! We came to the sanctuary as part of our pilgrimage to Fatima and Lourdes. Being in the place where saint Faustina and saint John Paul II experience the devine mercy of God, filled our hearts and soul with a deep peace...More
A part for the importance of this place as a place of worship. The sanctuary is beautiful. The arquitecture is magnificent. Must go!!!!
Did not take a conducted tour. read all about it on Google search and walked to the shrine from our hotel which was within easy reach to also the sanctuary of Pope John Paul II. try and reach before 12.00, before the crowds start so...More
Worth a visit regardless of beliefs. Impressive seeing many People, especially young people, here expressing their faith. Interesting architecture with a great view of the St. John Paul II basilica on the opposite side. Take time out to see another side of life...