Being the most visited city in Poland, it is easy to see why Kraków’s Old Town Square is one of the most photographed squares, not just in Poland and Europe, but in the world. Here you will find the Adam Mickiewicz Monument, dedicated to the romantic Polish poet. It is one of the best known bronze monuments in Poland, and a favourite meeting place, sitting close to the prominent and unforgettable St. Mary’s Church. Kraków’s is one of the larger squares on this list, and includes the huge “Cloth Hall” in the centre, a popular indoor market. You can also see the Town Hall, an Underground Museum, and for art lovers, ‘The Head’ (‘Eros Bendato’) which is a huge head on its side, now a permanent fixture in the square and the work of Polish artist Igor Mitoraj.