View Photos Of Krakow Poland At Night

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A long time back, I spent an unforgettable January weekend in Krakow. I remember it being really cold. A thin layer of pure white snow thinly covered the ground. My parka and newly purchased “chewbacca” hat barely protected me from the elements. At times, my fingers and toes became numb as I walked my way through the city.

Krakow was devoid of tourists and it was fun to experience the city without the usual crowds. While there, I spent a lot of time wandering about the city, documenting the street art, visiting the New Jewish cemetery, and checking out the quirky Pharmacy Museum.

And just like when I took photos of Vienna by night, I did the same in Krakow too. Newsletter

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View Photos Of Krakow Poland At Night

I was out walking the city at sunset when city transformed into a different being all together. It became something quite beautiful and extraordinary as night settled.

The lit up buildings were spectacular to behold!

Even though it was January, Christmas decorations were still up all over Krakow.

Just looking at these photos make me long to get back to Poland right now.

What do you think of Krakow Poland at night? Do you like the city and have any tips to share? Pass on your best tips in the comments below.

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