The Quaint Old Town of Prague seems frozen in time, Medieval times that is. The unique architecture of Prague really stands out with the Art and Architecture of Medieval buildings encompasses many movements, or eras, in art history. Although the Medieval period is complex but through the fabric of the building, we can look at a field for a range of subjects, from complex theological ideas to biblical tales, from whimsical creatures to purely decorative foliate forms.
Prague, dubbed the City of a Hundred Spires with rich in architectural landmarks, it was the seat of the Kingdom of Bohemia and the favoured residence of several Roman Emperors at ancient time. Immerse yourself with the city goes back over a thousand years, Prague became a town in the ancient cobbled streets, long shadows stretching from glowing lanterns and golden spires of Prague.
Prague is the capital and largest city in the Czech Republic is a landlocked country, right in the middle of Europe and is of great significance from a historical, political, and cultural point of view, among others. Nicknamed “the City of a Hundred Spires,” the city has a rich architectural heritage that reflects both the currents of history in Bohemia and an urban life extending back more than 1,000 years.
Ojców National Park. Nestled between a series of rugged rocky outcrops in the Jura Uplands north of Krakow, the Ojców National Park is a real wonder to behold. It might be the smallest national park in Poland but with created a range of landscapes, today it is home to forests surrounded by limestone cliffs and underground streams. Be away from city only 20 km, National Park certainly one of the most accessible just arrives within one hour by public transport. Refers to the natural and historical region, short trails are perfect for everyone who want a day trip to absorb the natural beauty.
If you’re heading to Krakow Poland, not only stick with authentic restaurants and quaint cafes. Don’t get me wrong, there are some amazing meals to be had at a gazillion restaurants that’ll take you all night to enjoy. But now we talking about street food🍔🥖🌯, Polish street food is still very much alive. A stroll through Krakow’s Rynek Główny (Market Square), or the Old Town will invariably reveal Polish street food in all its glory, from terribly satisfying cheesy treats and juicy cuts of meat with all the best toppings and sauces to freshly baked pastries. The Polish streets foods are filled with affordable local delights, these cheap🤩🤩🤩 eats are a great way to explore a country’s cuisine without spending too much cash. It’s also great idea for when you have limited time in a city.
Krakow, a combination of a spectacular panoramic views over the town, a unique destination combine stroll through the alleys of the old historic centre, sensory experience modern city standards, shopping in modern shopping mall together , engage with the colorful locals and smell, touch and taste the vast array of goods and products on display.