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Krakow at the weekend
Krakow is a city that, in fact, cannot be visited only during the weekend. However, today's lifestyle does not often allow us to stay in one place for a long time. A city with over a thousand years of history, many churches, tenement houses, squares, theaters and parks gives us a great room for maneuver when it comes to choosing tourist routes. We assume that a typical tourist comes to Krakow on Friday evening. After transfer from the airport or arrival by car and accommodation, it is important to familiarize yourself with the atmosphere of the city. Then it is no longer possible to enter most museums, so it is worth taking a walk inside the Planty Park. The beginning of the route is usually around the Barbican, which protected the city from the north. It is a medieval building that was built at the end of the 15th century. It used to be connected with the Florian Gate. Next to this gate we can also see the towers: from the east the Pasamoników and from the west Carpenters and Carpenters. In addition, the city arsenal has been preserved. There is an interesting anecdote related to the preservation of this fragment of the city walls. In the first half of the 19th century, walls and churches were demolished in Kraków to make more space in the city. The well-known Krakow architect Feliks Radwański raised the problem that the Florian Gate must stay, because it would be rude to let the northern winds blow the dresses of Krakow ladies. And so the gate has remained until today.