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Poland for 5 - 6 nights - Krackow / Warsaw

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Before we (wife and I - 50 years!) have to be in Frankfurt, we have 6 nights max (maybe only 5) to spend and DW wants to be in Poland. I have read a bit, and it seems I could split for 3 night each in Warsaw and Krackow. But the more I read, the more I think I'd need at least 4 nights in Krackow. If I did that, then only two nights in Warsaw, means only 1 full day "on the ground." Doesn't seem like enough.
So I'm thinking maybe 4 or 5 nights in Krackow only, gives enough time to get over some jet lag and have a relatively relaxed few days in a great old city of Europe. Am I missing something amazing if I don't go to Warsaw? Is three days on the ground (4 nights) in Krackow sufficient to get a good look at the old part of town?
We are older (early 70's), not driving this trip, but on our own. Will stay in larger hotels in or near the "old town" in each city. Interested in culture, history, 'old towns', medieval, etc. We like the HOHO buses in the European cities that have them. Gives us a good orientation and can help us decide what to go back to and what we don't have to go back to. both K and W apparently have these buses.
Any thoughts would be appreciated.

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