Cracow

Magical Cracow remains in the memory of everyone who has ever visited the city. In the past, Cracow was the political and cultural center of Europe. It was the seat of Polish kings and Polish capital up to 1596. Cracow is one of the most important seats of learning in Poland. It is here where the first Polish university was set up. Established by king Casimir III the Great in 1364 Jagiellonian University (then called Kraków Academy) was one of the oldest university in Europe.

For students-to-be Cracow has an extremely wide offer of schools. These are represented by: Jagiellonian University, Thaddeus Kosciuszko University of Technology, AGH University of Science and Technology, Pedagogical University of Kraków, Cracow University of Economics, TheAgricultural University of Cracow, the Pontifical University of John Paul II, the University School of Physical Education in Krakow, theJan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts, theAcademy of Music in Kraków, Ludwik Solski Academy for the Dramatic Arts.

The main square of the Old town is the heart of the city. It is the largest town square of medieval Europe and at the same time one of the largest European squares today. In 1978 UNESCO has placed the Old Town on the list of World Heritage Sites. Cracow is special treasure house of invaluable works of art, innumerable museum pieces and fascinating relics. On the area of the Cracow’s Old Town there are more than hundred churches, numerous palaces and townhouses represent all epochs and styles. Historical role of Cracow and it historic values make that from many years the city is an important cultural centre of Europe.

In this city we may find more than 60 museums, more than 30 theatres, 70 art galleries and many other cultural and art institutions. Cracow, the city marked with numerous international prizes, is one of the most attractive European cities for tourists. The power of Cracow is an amazing mix of tradition and modernity. It is culture, art, science and entertainment present wall-to-wall. Under a spell of Cracow stay tourists from Poland and abroad and legions of tourists from all over the world. Because Cracow is a marvellous city, unique one.

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31-007 Kraków
ul. Gołębia 24
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+48 (12) 663 11 00 ,
31-128 Kraków
ul. Karmelicka 32
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+48 (12) 633 09 21,
30-059 Kraków
al. Mickiewicza 30
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+48 (12) 12 617 36 84,
31-510 Kraków
ul. Rakowicka 27
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+48 (12) 293 57 00,
30-348 Kraków
ul. prof. Stanisława Łojasiewicza 4
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+48 (12) 664 55 44, 664 55 84,
31-002 Kraków
ul. Kanoniczna 25
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+48 (12) 421 84 16,
31-158 Kraków
ul. Krowoderska 73
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+48 (12) 631 54 40, 423 38 40,
31-501 Kraków
ul. Kopernika 26
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+48 (12) 399 95 00,
30-702 Kraków
ul. Tadeusza Romanowicza 6
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31-120 Kraków
al. Mickiewicza 21
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+48 (12) 662 42 74,
31-150 Kraków
ul. Św. Filipa 17
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+48 (12) 431 18 90, rekrutacja: wew. 110,
30-084 Kraków
ul. Podchorążych 2
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+48 (12) 662 60 14,
31-033 Kraków
ul. Westerplatte 11
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+48 (12) 683 24 00,
31-157 Kraków
pl. Matejki 13
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+48 (12) 299 20 00,
31-027 Kraków
ul. Św. Tomasza 43
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+48 (12) 422 04 55,
Kraków
ul. Ułanów 3, Budynek Technikum Komunikacyjnego nr 25
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+48 () 885 588 800,
30-705 Kraków
ul. Gustawa Herlinga-Grudzińskiego 1
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+48 (12) 25 24 400, 292 62 16,
31-155 Kraków
ul. Warszawska 24
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+48 (12) centrala 628 20 00,
30-079 Kraków
Al. Kijowska 14
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+48 (12) 635 68 05, 635 68 00,
31-571 Kraków
al. Jana Pawła II 78
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+48 (12) 683 10 00,
31-126 Kraków
ul. Michałowskiego 4
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+48 (12) 634-12-49, 634-12-59,
31-109 Kraków
ul. Straszewskiego 21-22
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+48 (12) 422 18 55 w.21,
30-085 Kraków
ul. Głowackiego 12
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+48 (12) 638 57 33,
31-010 Kraków
ul. Kazimierza Odnowiciela 2
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+48 (12) 426 26 10,
31-112 Kraków
ul. Smoleńsk 14
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+48 (12) 422 92 02, 604 171 286,
30-612 Kraków
ul. Witosa 9
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+48 () (12) 654 54 69, (12) 654 48 62,