An Afternoon in Krakow

Our final afternoon in Krakow began by going to a neighborhood to make pierogis. We took the train to the house and walked up a hill through the neighborhood. Once we arrived at the house, we were greeted by two Polish grandmas. We spent the next two hours making pierogis and enjoying a traditional Polish dinner. The dinner contained many shared dishes, plates full of pierogis, and more.

After dinner we got desserts in Old Town and walked around the beautiful area. Once we got back to the hotel, we hopped on Lime scooters and explored the entire city. We eventually traveled about five miles and saw many medieval squares and Renaissance castles. As we rode alongside the Vistula River, we spotted a green top of a church. We continued to chase it, crossed the bridge, and found the most beautiful church I have ever seen. This became our hidden gem: St. Joseph’s Cathedral.


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