Kraków is the furthest east we will come. In terms of charm, this city and Wroclaw are roughly equal. Both cities have not one old town square but two. In Kraków's case, the long market building (seen below) separates the two halves of one large square, effectively making two. The square constitutes the largest medieval square in Europe.
Kraków was a part of the Austro-Hungarian empire, the Austrians tore the rest of the building down.