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National shrine known for its superb religious art including the giant bell of Zygmunt of 1520, one of the world's largest, and the burial place of many Polish kings and their families, national heroes and numerous bishops.
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This among the most beautiful churches I have ever seen, comparable in beauty (rather than scale) to the Vatican. Testimony to Polands proud heritage, photos do not do it justice. Simply stunning interior. Well worth a visit.
We took the full tour with the audio guide which was very informative.
The bell tower was really cool and felt like a really unique experience. The tombs and catacombs were facinating.
Amazing castle and cathedral in one place amazing views of the city and...More
The cathedral is a must see as it has multiple types of structures being built on top of one another due to the different monarchs. Inside the cathedral houses the remains of royalty as well as big bones of a bygone era. Difficult to describe...More
Take just a short walk from Krakow's main square and you will find Wawel Castle and Wawel Cathedral. Inside, you'll see a multitude of side chapels. Outside, an unusual amalgamation of architectural styles that draw the eye. We enjoyed the outside even more than the...More
This is a lovely building inside and out - right beside the castle overlooking Krakow centre. Up a bit of a hill but worth the climb. Interior is fantastic - shame photographs even without flash are not allowed .. I have no lasting images
Cathedral is a part of the Wawel Castle. Entrance is free, but if you want to see coronation jewels or tombs of kings you have to buy a ticket in the building opposite the Cathedral. Interesting are huge bones hanging over the main entrance. According...More