Majestic Krakow, located about 1 hour from the hotel, attracts tourists with its numerous attractions. The city functions as an administrative, cultural, educational, scientific, economic, service and tourist centre. Places particularly recommended to visit are: The Wawel Royal Castle, situated on the bank of the Vistula River, is the former seat of our rulers and the final resting place of many of them. At the foot of the castle, the monument to the legendary Wawel Dragon, which breathes fire to the delight of the youngest children, is a must-see. The Old Town Square which is surrounded by historic houses. In the centre of the square is the famous Adam Mickiewicz monument. In the vicinity of the square we can visit three old churches: St. Adalbert's Church, St. Barbara's Church and St. Mary's Church. The latter is distinguished by a beautiful interior and a Gothic altarpiece by Veit Stoß. The Cloth Hall is a showpiece of the city, a pearl of Renaissance architecture, the oldest "shopping centre" in Krakow, it is regarded as one of its most important historical buildings. Barbican - one of the finest pieces of medieval military architecture in Europe. Today it is a branch of the Historical Museum of the City of Krakow, where various cultural and sporting events are organised. Łagiewniki - a former servant settlement, then a royal village is today one of the most visited parts of Krakow. This is due to the pilgrimage activity to the local Sanctuary of the Divine Mercy. The oldest part of the church and monastery complex was built at the end of the 19th century in Neo-Gothic style. It continues to serve the sisters of the order of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy.