Cracow is full of romance and charm, this is the place where the Dragon breathed fire and the Devil himself signed the bond with Mister Twardowski. The Polish kings’ residence impresses with its scale and multitude of attractions that are difficult to name in one breath. Just to mention Wawel, whose origin dates back to the 10th century and still lively Krakow Cloth Hall rich in stalls with souvenirs. Cracow, as befits the centre of culture and art, is abundant in art galleries and historical museums. This is the place where famous Cricoteka presents the achievements of the master of theatre Tadeusz Kantor, as well as The Schindler Factory. This place fits in the epic story of extraordinary history of Poland with every detail.