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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.
All reviews bell tower royal tombs polish kings audio guide polish history pope john paul ii the dragon worth a visit ticket office free entry state rooms beautiful building buy a ticket lots of history visiting krakow the main square old town
Wow I had already been wowed by all the churches in Krakow but made sure to stop off on the last day to make sure we saw this one also and it was easily my favourite of the lot a stunning piece of architecture and...More
Whilst on the castle site, cathedral and museum are run and paid for separately.
Portable electronic guides are available for small cist and we'll worth while.
Cathedral and historic figures buried there are fascinating and building is a most beautiful site with different styles added...More
This is a remarkable site. Far better that I imagined (and better than tour books suggested). It is filled with remarkable sites -- Altars. Sculptures. Paintings. Some are really breathtaking. We stopped in because the Royal Castle was closed. Tour books spoke nicely of the...More
How impressive is this place, knowing the culture and everything that has happened during these centuries of conquest and liberation, from the top of the castle you can see the whole center of Krakow. very nice and clean the city is completely organized and impeccably...More
Bit of a climb up to it, but well worth a visit, great views over the city and river ideal for photos, nice cafe/restaurant, good food, if you are visiting on November it is free, lovelt grounds, nice cathedral