The most intriguing remnant of the medieval fortifications, the Barbican is a powerful, circular brick bastion adorned with seven...
This attractive stone gateway is the only one of the city’s original eight gates that was not dismantled during the 19th-century...
Once home to Jan Matejko, this three-storey town house is now a biographical museum that displays the artwork and interiors the artist...
Still hanging in there after all these years, Kraków’s oldest gay venue is a dance club at the weekend, with strip and drag shows to...
Attractive modern vegetarian restaurant with a great view onto Plac Matejki, just north of the Barbican. The diverse menu has a variety...
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Galeria Krakowska information
In case there was any question about Poland transitioning to capitalism, here’s your answer. The massive mall near the train station contains 270 stores; of interest to world-weary travellers are the food court and American bookstore.