At the moment it should be told few words about the greatest and the most significant places in Cracow First of all, you must see Wawel fortress. It is placed close market square and it was a residence of Polish leaders and rulers up to 1795. It was the second capital of Republic of Poland after Gniezno. It is also a cemetery where are bodies of the greatest and the most significant Polish people like: Adam Mickiewicz, Juliusz Słowacki and from 2010 here are also buried bodies of President of Republic of Poland and his wife – Maria and Lech Kaczyńscy.
Another area worth seeing in Cracow is the novelist museum situated under Sukiennice Market place. It is a modern museum which is dedicated past times of Cracow until today’s times. The museum is accessible everyday from 8 in the evening to eight in the evening. Nevertheless, if you are not keen on museums you can frequently visit bars and restaurants and experience the unusual atmosphere of unusual Cracow. In those cafes you are able to meet people connected with drawing and journalism, like: novelists and painters.