St Florian’s Church
This 12th-century church’s location was chosen by the oxen that carried the remains of St Florian from Rome. When the beasts would go no...
This imposing monument celebrates the epic 1410 Battle of Grunwald, when a joint army of Poles and Lithuanians defeated the Teutonic...
The most intriguing remnant of the medieval fortifications, the Barbican is a powerful, circular brick bastion adorned with seven...
Teatr im Słowackiego
This important theatre focuses on Polish classics and large-scale productions. It’s in a large and opulent building (1893) that’s...
Attractive modern vegetarian restaurant with a great view onto Plac Matejki, just north of the Barbican. The diverse menu has a variety...
ul Pawia 5 · interesting places nearby
Big chain bookshop, also good for maps, newspapers, magazines and hard-to-find Polish films on DVD to take back home. This branch, on the first floor of the Galeria Krakowska shopping centre, has arguably the best selection.