Krakow itself is a beautiful and Romantic City with full of beautiful architecture and cobbled streets . I great way to experience the city is to take horse and carriage round to really understand the plethora of culture to experience.

Going down side streets and on the main roads you will experience beautiful architecture that can be seen all round the city.

Wawel Castle is an impressive site of the city where the kings and queens of Poland have resided. Entry to the main castle is free but you have to pay to access the artefacts of this great treasure. There is also some impressive views of the Vitsula river from here.

After a day out at Auschwitz, a night out is just calling for you. We started the night with some dinner by heading to the main square, there are dozens of winter alfresco restaurants offering international and Polish cuisine.

There are hundreds of bars on and off the main drag. To be honest you do get fed up with touts trying to drag you into strip clubs, for £50 orange juices.

So to start of we played safe an opted for the traditional pub, which is very anglicised, but has a good buzz and a welcoming atmosphere just to start your night.

Moving on you can literally do a bar crawl in a very close circuit. We found this jazz club off the main drag which was just something different and relaxing.