Krakow is best known for its medieval squares, castles, and gruesome wartime memories.
But Poland’s former capital also ranks as a solid football destination. Largely thanks to the city’s intense matchday atmospheres and 24-hour nightlife.
Krakow’s football scene is best sampled with a visit to The Holy War – the fiery match-up between Cracovia and Wisla Krakow.
Poland’s hottest city derby is home to a scorching atmosphere and impressive pyro displays that command respect across the world.