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Krakow features a number of convention halls. The International Exhibition and Convention Centre EXPO is the most famous and the most grand, and features three halls at 13,000, 3,000, and 4,000 metres squared of space. Visitors can also choose one of the convention halls located in a Krakow hotel, as many of them feature business accommodations. The Holiday Inn of Krakow is one of the larger of these options.
Krakow's dining arrangements are quite extensive, with hip and trendy restaurants all the rage. The No-Bo is a 50s style restaurant with an extensive bar, while the Wentzl is one of Krakow's oldest restaurants. Many of Krakow's hotels also feature restaurants, most notably the Gessler Restaurant in the Hotel Francuski, where TV Chef Adam Gessler cooks.
Shoppers can hunt for bargains to their hearts content across the streets and shops of Krawkow, although the most memorable place to visit is the Ulicia Jozefa, a street of small shops and antiques stores offering pretty much everything. Plac Targowy is one of the most famous open-air markets, while the Cloth Hall in the town centre is the best place to find artisan work and handmade items.
From the Main Square to Wawel Castle, Krakow is a place to see historic buildings. Saint Mary's Baslica, Wawel Cathedral, the Collegium Maius, the Barbican, and the Town Hall Tower are just a few examples of Polands amazing architecture. Visitors can also stop by the Czartoryski, Rynek, or National Museums.
Football is the most popular sport in Krakow, but the city is also known for Volleyball, Handball, Rugby, and a number of other sports. Wisla Krakow and Cracovia are the two most popular football teams, and can be seen playing at the Wista Krakow Stadium and the Jozef Pilsudski Stadium.