Poland's second city is ideal for solo holidays
Krakow is a great destination for people planning solo holidays, according to the editor of an English-language newspaper in the city.
Jamie Stokes, the managing editor of the Krakow Post, spoke to The Guardian newspaper about Poland's second city.
The editor says that one of the biggest tourism draws for the city is Krakow's main square, which he notes is the "largest and most perfectly preserved medieval square in Europe".
Mr Stokes also noted that the city, despite being the second largest city in the eastern European country, has many green areas in and around it.
"The monumental Kosciuszko Mound sits on the wooded hills overlooking the city, and Zakopane, the mountain resort in the Tatras mountains," he said.
If people travel to Krakow for a solo holiday, they may wish to extend their trips to take in Poland's capital city of Warsaw. The capital city also has many cultural attractions, including the Zacheta National Gallery of Art.