Tatra, the most visited national park in Poland, will delight hikers with its 270 km (170 miles) of trails.
Because it is located on Poland’s eastern border, it became, early on, a line of defense against various invaders that destroyed the city over the centuries.
It also was home to one of the largest Jewish communities in Poland.
John the Evangelist and John the Baptist, dating back to the 14th century.
This church is a must-see for travelers interested in Gothic paintings and sculptures, and Baroque altars.
The capital of Poland might aptly be compared to a Phoenix rising from the ashes.