Karol Wojtyła, later Pope John Paul II lived in Krakow for nearly 40 years. In the city, there are many places associated with him. In Krakow, the future Bishop of Rome took his first steps into adulthood, survived the Nazi Occupation during World War II and developed his acting talent. What is more, he was ordained a priest, received episcopal consecration, and finally, he become Archbishop of Krakow. It seems that the city had a huge influence on Karol Wojtyła’s spiritual, intellectual and moral formation.