Our Europe Trip – Poland ( Part 1 #Main #Market #Square – #Krakow)
With its incredible history, Poland continues to rise from the ashes and is home to some of the most spectacular with retain a rich and eventful history, colourful heritage reflected in the variety of monuments from different periods can still be found. Not only are they stunning, Poland’s is fascinating, full of art, history, ancient ruins, and more.
Of cause, Krakow is one of the prettiest and old-world of Poland’s cities with the fortified medieval city that retaining its old-world ambiance and charm. Visiting😀 😀😀Krakow feels like stepping into a medieval time warp, encircled by thick medieval walls and hall tower, walk on these delightful dewdrop made for a long time-worn cobbled lanes.
What makes Krakow one of the most beautiful in Poland? There’s Krakow’s unique, Rynek Glówny, one of the largest medieval town square in Europe. The huge 10-acre Main Market Square, dates back to the 13th century, from intact age-old architecture to ancients history ruins, from stunning piazzas to historic churches, all of them are bursting with sightseeing opportunities. The retro-architectural monochromatic building with the colours surrounding it reveals the beauty of these buildings🏛🏛🏛. To enjoying the traditional and modern region’s cuisine,🍴🍽🥄 drink and chit chat bar-packed🍺🥂🍸, taste coffee or dessert café-spotted☕🍰🍪, even shop🛍🛍🛍 at the Market Square, is where all the action has played out since the Middle Ages, there’s something in this buzzing city for everyone. By the way, if you serve to have lunch time, some of the restaurants will offer a discounted lunch package😃😃😃.
We walking through the ancient square, along the cobblestoned streets, among elegant architecture and a ring of Renaissance-era fortification walls📷📷📷, we are inevitably drawn to the “Cloth Hall”, where represents one of the landmarks of the city. If you think that the “Cloth Hall” is dominated by selling fabrics, then you are wrong. “Cloth Hall” is considered as the world’s oldest shopping mall for the present Renaissance structure and features in its interior almost many traditional shops. If you’re stuck for gift or souvenir ideas, delve in to flit between the bustling souvenir stalls and their mounds of interesting folk trinkets at“Cloth Hall” .
Exploring the town square yields one interesting sight after another, some of the most handsome medieval architecture, such as elaborate churches, a pretty sweep of red-tiled building and striking gothic structures of hall tower. One of the most important churches in Krakow, St Mary’s Basilica, was born in 14th century. The redbrick façade and great twin spires, the majestic history ruins of Polish Gothic architecture with stand of looming high over the Market Square.
Although walk on old century street but let`s us take a rest and enjoy a cup of coffee in a modern cafe the reason is these traditional Cracovian desserts🥯🧀🍰. One of the charm of Krakow is best experience from inside one of the city’s cosy cafés either traditional or modern, enjoying a cup of thick and flavor coffee with a traditional dessert or cake, it must do for all coffee and desserts lovers. Of course, this food lover includes us, two gluttonously sisters😋😋😋. Even though search on network where Kazimierz district is particularly known for its atmospheric cafes, but walk on the town square suddenly want to drink a cup of local coffee and taste some polish traditional dessert so walk into a cafes with serve of home-made cakes.
n Krakow, a cup of coffee☕☕☕ is the most popular social occasion and famous for its cafe culture which easily rivals that of celebrated capitals like Paris and Vienna. Order a cup of Poland style black brewed coffee, smell greatly flavors of coffee impacts our sense of taste, the original Poland Coffee feel in the our mouth that resembles a more full and rich taste. Because we two sisters are cake lover must try some Cracovian dessert if no we will regret. The weather is colder, so we choose for taste a piece of Szarlotka (apple pie) one of the most popular tastiest Polish desserts. Combine a thick layer of apple🍎🍎🍎 with a thick cake-like crust and crumb topping, and bake it properly, so that the sweetness of the apple is only baked through the taste of the pie and the delicious Szarlotka (apple pie) is baked. Order a piece of Sernik (Polish cheesecake), a Polish classic, that is traditionally prepared with a farmer’s cheese🧀🧀🧀. Anyway, this cheesecake is really delicious, moist and rich. Total price is 35 PLN (8.22 Euro).
With its graceful buildings, cobblestone streets, elaborate churches and hall tower, Krakow Market Square is a feast for the eyes. Even you just walking🚶♀️🚶♂️🚶♂️ around outside or go inside those buildings, even more typical mediaeval awaits for you. We are delight can be the perfect points to explore one of the most charming medieval areas in Poland with cultural and artistic trails, ancient Gothic architecture particularly a style of masonry and amazing architecture.We promenade on the Main Market Square, quietly admiring the Middle ages of the majestic architecture. When you are tired, stop and choose to sit in the cafe and enjoy a cup of concentrated coffee with a traditional local dessert or cake to spend a relaxing afternoon😎😎😎. This is the charm of the Main Market Square.
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