National Museum , where 17th- and 18th-century interiors are so alive you feel like you’re trespassing in a bishop’s boudoir. Keep an...
Kraków Bishops' Palace
Kielce was the property of the Kraków bishops from the 12th century through 1789. This palace was built (from 1637 onwards) as one of...
Jewish Pogrom Memorial
A small plaque signed by former president Lech Wałęsa identifies the site of a tragic post-WWII pogrom in 1946 committed by Poles...
For more highbrow fare, see what the local art-house talents are up to at Teatr Żeromskiego .
A particularly cosy branch of the popular chain, friendly staff, an English menu and portions fit for a pharaoh make this inexplicably...
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A welcome addition to newly sophisticated Kielce, this bakery-café is pleasant for a high-calorie break and low-energy people-watching.