The second city of Poland is one of the main destinations for business travel in Europe. It is the capital of Lesser Poland Voivodeship
Kraków is an economic and cultural center of Poland, attracting many business travelers.
Economic hub of an international level, Kraków has a Central Station. And planes land at the International Airport John Paul II.
Many districts form the city (ranked from 1 to 18 in latin numbers): I - Stare Miasto, II – Grzegórzki, III - Pr?dnik Czerwony, IV - Pr?dnik Bia?y, V – Krowodrza, VI – Bronowice, VII – Zwierzyniec, VIII - D?bniki , IX – ?agiewniki, X – Swoszowice, XI - Podgórze Duchackie, XII - Bie?anów-Prokocim, XIII – Podgórze, XIV – Czy?yny, XV – Mistrzejowice, XVI – Bie?czyce, XVII - Wzgórza Krzes?awickie, XVIII - Nowa Huta
The city attracts many visitors with some renowned places like the National Museum, Royal castle of Wawel, Old theater, Saint-Mary Basilica and many buildings renowned for their architecture.
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Centralna 41A, Kraków, Pologne
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Galicyjska 9 31-586 Kraków Pologne
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