Almost everyone knows that Krakow is one of the most charming places in Poland. The former capital of our country still impresses with its charm, monuments and beautiful landscapes. Our students who took part in the two-day integration tour found out about it.
On the first day of the trip the group began their adventure with a guide from the Market Square and the Cloth Hall, listening to the bugle call coming from the tower of St. Mary’s Church, they learned the history of 13th-century cloth stalls to put Bolesław the Chaste committed himself. The next stop was Collegium Maius, where students had the opportunity to see the academic procession, in the oldest building of the Krakow Academy bought from the Pęcherz family by Władysław Jagiełło for 600 fines. The obligatory point was Wawel and the Cathedral next to it – the place of coronation of Polish kings and their burial. in good time students enjoyed life and integrated in local pubs.
The second day of the trip was devoted to visiting Sandomierz. We saw the Old Town, the castle courtyard and the town hall, the Market Square, historic tenements, the Old Town Hill, we went through the needle eye to the Collegium Gostomianum and the Długosz House. These were two days of unforgettable impressions:)
Thank you for participating in the trip and I invite you today in the next one – to Lviv, which will be organized in April. For more information, please contact mgr Paulina Marcinkiewicz- firstname.lastname@example.org