Cracow: The city of Kings
Having been the capital of Polish Kingdom for 7 ages, Krakow is one of the rarest middle age cities that is not damaged by the II. World War. The glorifying Wawel Castle gives a unique atmosphere to the city. Besides having the biggest main square in Europe, Krakow also has the oldest market in Europe. The city is built on 7th century and has gotten into UNESCO’s world heritage list in 1978 and considered as European Culture Capital in 2013.
Krakow has been the center of science, culture and art of Poland for ages and been hosting millions of tourists every year. Being as an open air museum, it is one of the most popular destinations of travellers.
Hosting the oldest university in Europe, Jagiellonian University, Krakow has a high number of students from all around the world.
What to do ?
Are you a traveller seeking to discover the historical beauties of the city? Or a student looking for a way of living economically while having as much fun? Golocalife is here to help you overcome the language or culture barriers and live like a local. We are working with city tour guides that can provide you sale on tours and trips, organising events such as Tandem Language Exchange every month.
Krakow has a lot to offer for its newcomers! You can join historical tours, daily trips, visit museums, do wine and famous Polish vodka tastings, try delicious foods and enjoy nightlife. Join our family, enjoy the multicultural environment and get to know the city from a local perspective!