There's no other place a traveler could get a dose of history on the architectural side similar to Krakow. It has been Poland's royal capital for five hundred years and features Gothirc and Renaissance architecture principally unchanged even after Second World War as well as a great collection of various designs.
Now an art gallery, the Wawel Royal Castle is really a must-see while you are in Krakow. It is broken down into 5 parts where you'd have to have a ticket for each of which covers a particular time. It presents many different archeological discovers like the ancient ceramic tiles from the castle's stoves, important fundamentals that might be observed in the central courtyard and models of the prior Wawel Churches. The Remuh Cemetary and the New Jewish cemetery are generally included in Krakow's important attractions. Behind the Remuh Synagoque in the Jewish quarter of Kazimierz. It was set up in the 16th century and a larger graveyard was established in the 18th century. Gravestones all the way back to so far as 4 centuries can be seen here. There also are about 9000 surviving historic tombstones at the New Jewish Cemetary.
Perched on a cliff in Tyniec, a suburb of Krakow is the Benedictine Abbey. See the monastery and a Romanesque church in that spot rebuilt in the 14th and eighteenth centuries. There are many other churches of architectural significance in Krakow but the Church of St. Aldalbert is probably the most ancient places of worship in Old town, also a must see when going to Krakow. It is simply in the southern corner of the Rynek Glowny which can be the largest Main Market Square in the whole of Poland. West of Old city, you can see the Koscuiszko Mound which was erected in 1820 to 1823 that pays tribute to Koscuiszko, a man who personified the dreams of an independent Poland when it was occupied by foreign powers. The mound is about 34m high and the view of the town from that mound is breathtaking.
From the town center, Fantasy Park is found in the Krakow plaza mall. It is the place for bowling lanes, billiards, air hockey, video arcades, bar and web caf. It's the best place to past the time on a wet day. Park Wodny is Poland's largest water park. It has one large pool with lots of meters of water chutes and slides in addition to the Jacuzzis and saunas.
Climate: Krakow's climate is greatly impacted with the weather systems that build over the Atlantic. The climate is temperate and the summers are easily cozy. But spring is thought as the best season in Krawkow. It is at this time around in which days are mild and bright.
Transportation: transportation around Krakow is really efficient. You can get around by bus or trams that run from 5a.m. To 11p.m. Tickets can be purchased at street kiosks but you have to have it validated as fast as you board the bus or tram. There are night busses that go round but cost a little more. Attractions like Old city are within walking distance if you are staying round the center so you will not have to take busses or trams.