Krakow is a university town and the estimated 120,000 students make for a fun and vibrant atmosphere – vast amounts of students also equals vast amounts of clever, young and stunning Polish girls!
Anyone who has an image of Poland as drab and grey will be proved wrong on a visit to Krakow. Set at the foot of the majestic Carpathian mountains, it is one of the oldest cities in Poland and can boast stunning architecture and bags of culture and history. A cruise down the lovely Vistula River is a relaxing way to see the city in all its glory, or simply take a walk around the little cobbled streets of the Old Town and have a drink and a bite to eat in one of the numerous pavement cafes.
You could be forgiven for thinking that this serene town is quiet and sleepy – but take it from us, it isn’t!. Krakow is very much a party town and there are bars a-plenty. Market Square (Rynek Glowny) is the place to be for an evening of bar-hopping – there are numerous pubs and clubs to sample, and be sure to try one of the host of underground cellar bars which the locals retreat to when the bitterly cold winter arrives.