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I visited the town as part of my family history as holocaust survivors. I came to see the birth place of my mom and uncles a place where actually the real first killing of Jewish people started. There are a lot to see, a beautiful...More
Took a walk on a Sunday and it was perfect. Families strolling, beautiful views and great pies! Great to imagine how all the churches and nobles' mansions were so close to the royal palace, where is now the Palace of Culture.
The historical town proved very impressive, all the way from the Palace area to the Union square, after which a myriad of boring and deplorable looking blocks of flats start.
I would highly recommend to take a taxi from the airport (cost us under 15...More