Like Prague in the Czech Republic, Kraków in southern Poland is one of Eastern Europe’s essential city-break destinations. Spared the ravages of the Second World War, its Old Town is a medieval marvel that could almost have been lifted straight from the pages of a child’s storybook (there’s even a dragons den under the castle). Combine a day or two in Kraków with a visit to the nearby Wieliczka Salt Mine (not as dry and dull as you might imagine), then head south into the Carpathian Mountains.

This is edited copy from Europe with Kids by William Gray.


This is edited copy from Footprint Handbooks. For comprehensive details (incl address, tel no, directions, opening times and prices) please refer to book or individual chapter PDF
Products in this Region

Lake District with Kids

First there were the Romantic poets, closely followed by Alfred Wainwright who conquered and...

Devon with Kids

It's amazing what one county has to offer, with its rolling green hills, stunning beaches and...

Britain with Kids

William Gray, author of the award-winning Travel with Kids, has turned his attention closer to...
PDF Downloads

  No PDFs currently available

Digital Products

Available NOW!