Kraków Główny Railway Station
Located in the center of Kraków, Kraków Główny railway station is a key railroad station for trains to Warsaw, the capital, and other parts of Poland, as well as sleeper trains to the Czech Republic, Austria, Hungary, Ukraine, and other countries. The station was established in 1847 and has been repeatedly rebuilt as time has passed. In 2014, a new ticket hall was opened in the basement, and the station continues to evolve into a modern and sophisticated station.
Kraków flourished as the capital of the Kingdom of Poland for about 600 years from the 11th century. Miraculously, the city escaped major destruction during World War II, and its medieval streets remain intact, making it one of the first 12 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. There are many stately historical buildings such as the 14th century St. Mary's Church and the Textile House facing the central square, and the Wawel Castle, located in the south of the district, which encompasses architectural styles from various periods.