While living out of a suitcase, I occasionally struggled with finding the motivation to dress presentably. But when I was in Kraków, the city’s stunning scenery served as my inspiration. Walking through Krakow’s Old Town felt like walking through a painting, and I wanted to be a part of it. This historic centre is quite large and is very lively at any time of day, so I had no issue with spending hours and hours here.
Regardless of the season, I always pack a blazer with me when I travel. In this case, I was able to pair my blazer with shorts and a polo to assemble a classy shorts suit.
Compared to Warsaw which is more of a commercial centre, Krakow has more of a heritage vibe. In this city tourists can ride horse-drawn chariots, shop at traditional Polish markets, and eat at a 500 year old restaurant. I truly find Krakow to be a gem of Eastern Europe and I highly recommend visiting!