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Auschwitz: The location of one of the most horrific acts of genocide the world has seen, Auschwitz is a poignant place — and just a 40-minute drive from Katowice. You are able to walk around the grounds of the World War II concentration camp and entrance is free of charge, but reserving a time on their website is advised. Visiting with children under the age of 14 is not recommended.
Krakow: According to legend, Krakow was founded on the defeat of a dragon, and the fairy-tale-like architecture makes this tale almost believable. One of the more historical towns of the region, Krakow is home to Wawel Castle, Europe’s largest market square and a selection of impressive museums. On a more sombre point, the old Jewish Quarter and remnant synagogues reflect the brutality of World War II.
Pszczyna Castle: Also known as Pless Castle, this Renaissance-style palace is a 35-minute drive from Katowice in the city of Pszczyna. Once owned by the von Pless family, the castle is now a museum. The permanent collection includes the apartments of Emperor Wilhelm II and rooms decorated in 19th and 20th century furniture. Once you have taken in the house, go for a stroll through the park and come face-to-face with bison.