The Wawel Cathedral is not only the most renowned royal necropolis in Poland but also a real National Pantheon. It is the burial site for kings, bishops of Krakow, and some of the most distinguished Poles.
The Cloth Hall (Sukiennice) in the center of the Main Market Square is one of the most recognizable historic buildings in Krakow. Just like it was in the past, the Cloth Hall is still used mainly for commercial purposes, yet today it is mostly visited by tourists, not merchants.
Saint Mary’s Basilica is the most significant church in Krakow except the Wawel Cathedral. The church had been under the care of wealthy townsmen families for centuries, and today it is one of the most exceptional examples of sacral architecture in Poland.