Wawel Cathedral is Krakow’s pride. From 14th century this extraordinary place was a witness of coronations, royal weddings and funerals. You can admire the beautiful Sigismund’s Chapel, an emblem of the Tuscan Renaissance. At the top of the Sigimund’s Tower there is the most famous Polish bell – the massive Sigismund’s Bell. In the vaults of the Chapel, you can see the Royal Tombs, where almost all Polish monarchs and national heroes, like Tadeusz Kosciuszko are buried. For some time the bishop here was Karol Wojtyla, better known to the world as Pope John Paul II.