Krawkow is one of largest and oldest cities in Poland. It is full of stunning buildings and beautiful architecture. The problem is, I'm not the only one who thinks so.

When we travelled to Krakow it also happened to be one of the hottest weeks of the year. 

The whole town was packed full of tourists.

Every photo we took had a hundred tourists in the foreground. Crowds of other people admiring the same building kind of ruined the beauty. 

There was only one thing for it. On our last day in the city, we woke up at the crack of dawn to take the photos we'd been wanting to take all week.

We were luckily only staying a two minute walk from the main square. As we wandered down the street rubbing the sleep from our eyes the sun began to appear over the top of the buildings.

There were only a handful of people between us and the magnificent cathedral on the other side of the square.

We had a quick look around at some of the other buildings and statues dotted across the square.

Unfortunately, it soon started raining. That was as good an excuse as any to head back to bed.

By the time we woke up a few hours later the sun had regained it's place in the sky and the people were once again crowding the square.

What lengths have you gone to for the perfect photo?