Frommer's Krakow Day by Day: 20 Smart Ways to See the City

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Wiley, Mar 5, 2009 - Travel - 184 pages
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A unique guide to one of Poland's most vibrant cultural centers, with more than one thousand years of history. Features tours of the spiritual heart of Poland to locations such as St. Mary's Basilica and the Wawel Cathedral.

Details visits to the Sukiennice Cloth Hall, once a major center of international trade; the gothic Wawel Castle, the National Art Museum; the Zygmunt bell, cast in 1520; St. Florian's Gate, the gothic focal point of Krakow's Old Town; and the Barbican, one of the few remaining defensive barriers. Covers outdoor areas such as Vistula waterfront, Planty, Salwator & Zwierzyniec and Las Wolski, and trips to Auschwitz, Ojcow, and ZakopaneThe best of Krakow in one, two, or three days Thematic tours for every interest, schedule, and taste Hundreds of evocative photos Bulleted maps that show you how to go from place to place Hotels, restaurants, shopping, and nightlife for all budgets A tear-resistant foldout map--enclosed in a handy plastic wallet you can also use for tickets and souvenirs

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About the author (2009)

Rescued from provincial misery by football and punk rock, German-born Peterjon Cresswell turned to Europe for work and inspiration. He has been on the road ever since. A graduate from the University of Westminster in Russian and French, he used long-term study trips in Provence, Kiev, a Russian monastery outside Paris and Leningrad to complete theses on the French football press and the underground music scene in the Soviet Union. After joining an English-language publication, Budapest Weeks, he has since spent the last two decades working freelance in the region, covering sport and travel in Poland, Croatia, Germany and Slovenia. He also writes for the Guardian, the Observer,, World Soccer and a slew of in-flight magazines. Krakow Day by Day is his first book for Frommer’s.

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