Kraków, Poland’s cultural capital, is a beautiful, historic and fascinating city that will take you easily from the 13th century into today – and back. Kraków is a city of myths, legends and dreams, where the past meets the present. Renaissance arcades, enchanting onion domes, Baroque spires, storybook streets, and Leonardo da Vinci’s sublime painting Cecilia Gallerani – little wonder the stunning beauty of this 1,000-year-old city and its sights attracts many visitors annually, and that UNESCO listed Kraków as a World Heritage site in 1978 for its historic buildings and sites.

Kraków (Cracow), seat of Poland’s oldest university and the former capital of Poland, is one of the few Polish cities that escaped devastation by Hitler’s armies during World War II. Krakow celebrates famous Polish composers including Chopin, Pederewski, Moniuszko and Kilar.

The Paso Robles Choirs 2006

Arizona Masterworks Chorale & Friends 2006