The watchtower, 100m uphill from the castle, dates from the end of the 13th century and is one of the oldest defensive structures of its...
The Gothic parish church presiding over the Rynek was built in the mid-14th century, and remodelled when Renaissance styles swept Poland...
Museum of Goldsmithery
The tiny Museum of Goldsmithery seems overpriced for its size, but some of the gold and silverwork collection is captivating. Jewellery...
Popular Rynek cafe with the typical range of hot and cold beverages, including a very welcome beer on a hot day. They have one computer...
The Kwadrans is a surprisingly elegant space, with high ceilings, shiny parquet flooring, and antique clocks on the walls. The menu is...
ul Zamkowa · interesting places nearby
Above the parish church along ul Zamkowa is what's left of Kazimierz Dolny’s castle. Originally built in 1341 as a stronghold against the Tatar incursion, the castle was extended in the 16th century and embellished further during the Renaissance. The castle fell into ruin after its partial destruction by the Swedes; the remaining fragments offer a pleasant view over the town and the Vistula.