Vibrant with youth and energy, Poland's second largest city is a historic and visual gem. Admire the churches, beautiful museums and the impressive Rynek Główny, Europe’s largest market square. The remaining synagogues in Kazimierz, Krakow's former Jewish quarter, is a reminder of the tragedy of the 20th century.
Krakow has the highest density of bars in the world, and if you are looking for a place to hang out at night, you would want to head to the Old Town and Kazimierz, where hundred of bars can be found.
Krakow is generally safe for women digital nomads, although do watch out for pickpockets in crowded areas. The city is also a great option for digital nomads due to the low cost of living, bolstered by Poland’s own currency, the zloty, not the Euro.
Wifi is fast, rental is affordable and locals are generally friendly.
The best times to visit Krakow are fall and spring. Summer (July and August) being hot and humid (around 30-35°C), and winter (November to March) always sees Krakow under a blanket of snow with bitingly cold days (-5°C to -20°C).