3.8.12

Krakow Day 2 - Wawel


Kawiarnia Pod Baszta
Ul. Wzgorze Wawelskie 9
31-001 Krakow
Poland

Related posts: 
Krakow Day 1
Krakow Day 3

62 comments

  1. beautiful pictures and the food looks delicious :)

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  2. Such stunning architecture.
    Have a fab weekend Hun xoxo
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  3. What stunning photographs, what a stunning city.

    xx Jenee C.
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  4. Amazing pictures and a beautiful city! Krakow is definitely worth visiting!

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  5. your an amazing photographer. What a lovely location and beautiful food!

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  6. What a beautiful place. I would love to visit one day. I loved looking through your pictures.

    *Erin

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  7. Amazing pics, I'n really impressed by your posts all the times =)
    Thanks fro your comment, it means a lot to me!
    XOXO
    Ylenia

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  8. Really great shots!! This place looks really beautiful!!

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  9. Your travel posts never fail to inspire me!
    Along with your food pictures...haha, those always make me crave something yummy.
    Also, thanks for the idea. I plan on doing Hodge Podge posts where I'll just put up a random collection of photos from my everyday life :)

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  10. Just loved this post!
    Your blog is really nice!

    Xoxo

    Jessi
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  11. These images are stunning - you're a talented photographer!

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  12. beautiful shots as usual, looks like you're having a great time!
    I LOVE perogies!!

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  13. I think it's a really nice place!

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  14. I'm back from my trip enjoying catching up on blogs. What stunning architecture and I love the colours of the buildings too. I think I would also have been tempted by the beautifully presented dessert!
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  15. Such a cool pics! And that dessert!! Ummm Yummy!
    Have a cool weekend!
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  16. Elles sont magnifiques les photos!Super!

    Angela Donava
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  17. Nice post
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  18. Really nice pictures :)

    Yummy the food looks Delish !!

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  19. Sounds like a very cultural day. Who do you do these outings with?

    xo
    Kat
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  20. Oh wow, these pictures are amazing!! Krakow looks breath-taking. I hope for the chance to visit it one day.
    And yumm...pierogies are actually one of my favorite things to eat. Potatoes and cheese in dumplings? Yes please. :)
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  21. These are amazing pictures that you took! It's so breathtaking!


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  22. The dumplings looks interesting. I never try Polish dish before. Perhaps I should ask my Polish aunt to make some =) The photos are beautiful as usual dear. Im so jealous! I wish I live in Europe and have mini trips like u!

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  23. My boyfriend was in krakow on a stag party! He said it was amazing and these pics would make me really want to go there!

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  24. What beautiful and great place!Love all the pictures! And the food looks so yummy! YUMMMM!
    XOXO

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  25. What a beautiful city! I love the architecture :)

    - Victoria
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  26. Such a beautiful city !!! Great pics too!

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  27. Wonderful place!!!!!
    I keeping loving your blog day by day!

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  28. looks like such a fun time and that food looks amazing!

    xx

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  29. Poland looks so beautiful. I'd love to have tried the pierogis. I'm a fan of Polish food, I just wish I knew how to pronounce everything correctly

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  30. What a beautiful place! I'd love to go there someday.

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  31. Thanks for the interesting and positive comments on my blog! I very much appreciate our communication! Your blog made ​​me realize a lot of new cities. and I really like the unusual perspective that you choose for the photo! wonderful culinary discovery!

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  32. another entry full of lovely building structures. oh and yummy looking cheese cake! i can really enjoy some right now! lol

    have a lovely weekend!

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  33. great photos, but the food is looks beyond delicious! have a great weekend ;)

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  34. I love pierogi! I think there are many ways you can eat them...I have had them fried with butter and onion and also boiled, so the way you had them in the restaurant was probably ok! Love the pictures of the castle :)

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  35. Beautiful pictures! They are gorgeous!

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  36. Lovely blog.
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  37. Thanks for showing me beautiful POLAND thru ur lens. I have never been there but i have heard so much about it.
    Now i can imagine it better what it looks like. Thanks for this great post. =)

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  38. looks like an amazing place! and i'm so jealous of you travelling around! :) x

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  39. WOW! This is amazing Miss K! The food looks delicious and the old world architecture is just beyond my imagination of what could once be created!

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  40. Beautiful photos! I love pierogi!

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  41. Beautiful photos!xx

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  42. beautiful!

    xx

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  43. These pictures are beautiful. They look like scenes from fairytales/ story books. I love dumplings and the ones in the picture look very yummy.

    Liz
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  44. The Saint Peter and Saint Paul Church is amazing, great pics! :)
    xoxo

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  45. I want pierogis! My fave!!

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  46. so cool you got to assist a classic concert in Saint Peter and Saint Paul church, I'll think of that if I am ever in Krakow, sounds like a great thing to attend to ;)
    xoxo
    Catita

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  47. I love Kraków <3 Beautiful pictures :)

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  48. Beautiful pictures and deserts!

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  49. these are good pictures! That cheesecake looks delicious!!!

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  50. Nice pics like always!!!kisses!

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  51. Beautiful pictures! I love to "travel the world" by living vicariously through travel posts.

    Thank you for stopping by my blog. I love seeing newcomers around.

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  52. great blog!

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  53. Beautiful pictures! The dessert looks so yummy! xo

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  54. OMG! That first dish is PELIMENI. My favorite dish :))

    Hope you enjoyed it :) Kisses,

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  55. The architecture looks amazing. I think i'd love to visit there some day

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  56. Wow cant wait to see more pictures :) Krakow has been on my mind lately since now Ryanair is operating a Malta/Krakow route, I would definitely consider visiting the city in the future x

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  57. WOW, Anoushka!
    What a magnificent bunch of travel postcards! Many thanks for sharing!! I bet you've had a wonderful time there, and hope you've made the most of the experience.
    XOXO,
    María José
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  58. Such beautiful pictures! Looks like you've had an amazing time. The buildings are so gorgeous!
    Grace xo
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