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Prague or Krakow?

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SmiledWithTheRisingSun Mon 30-Oct-17 15:43:00

Which would you chose & why?

SmiledWithTheRisingSun Tue 31-Oct-17 07:21:25

Anyone?

OllyBJolly Tue 31-Oct-17 07:23:23

It's a hard choice. Both, and just decide which one you'll visit first?

Not helpful but two beautiful cities with lots to see.

Rinceoir Tue 31-Oct-17 07:24:03

I would choose Krakow. It’s a lovely friendly city with lots to see, full of history but slightly less full of tourists. Also close to Auschwitz which is well worth a visit and the salt mines which are absolutely beautiful.

HoneyWheeler Tue 31-Oct-17 07:24:51

I haven’t been to Prague but I adored Krakow - the Jewish Quarter has a lot going for it with loads of tiny pubs and bars and lovely shops. Wawel Castle is great too, lots to see and I found people really kind and helpful!

HandbagCrazy Tue 31-Oct-17 15:23:56

This isn’t going to help you, but I’ve been to both and would choose Prague as it’s got more to do / see.
Both cities are beautiful though so there is no wrong choice!

Whinesalot Tue 31-Oct-17 15:27:39

Prague for the town itself but I have to admit Auschwitz made Krakow a fantastic place to visit. Harrowing but very thought provoking.

SmiledWithTheRisingSun Tue 31-Oct-17 15:52:12

Ok so it would be good to visit both...
Other factors to weigh up include:
which has the best spa?
which has some/any veggie food?

Rinceoir Tue 31-Oct-17 17:07:04

I went to both as a poor student so can’t say anything about spas! Veggie food not brilliant in Eastern Europe generally but probably Prague has more experience as a bigger tourist centre.

lunabear1 Tue 31-Oct-17 17:12:03

I went to Krakow in August plenty of veggie options and a few vegan restaurants

surlycurly Fri 12-Jan-18 21:17:53

Prague. Both are lovely but Prague has a fantastic charm to it and there is loads to do.

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