On the 17th and 18th of November 2017 we visited the charming corners of the former capital of Poland. During the 2-day trip to the city of the kings of Poland accompanied the students with extraordinary emotions. We went back to the Renaissance, a journey of extraordinary history. We visited cult places for Polish cinema, we felt the extraordinary atmosphere of the city of many cultures.
The students enchanted architecture, which is now listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site On the first day of the visit (17.11) we saw the Jewish quarter – Kazimierz, the Wawel Cathedral, the Collegium Maius, the “Papal Window”, the Old Town Square, the St. Mary’s Church, the Cloth Hall and the Polish Painting Gallery. The next day we went to Wieliczka, where we visited one of the most famous salt mines. The last part of the tour was the Castle and the Museum at the Castle in Pieskowa Skala in the National Park.