Bishop Erazm Ciołek Palace
Quaint Kanonicza is the perfect street to put a palace and fill it with age-old paintings and sculpture. This newish branch of the...
Church of St Andrew
Breathtakingly, this church is almost a thousand years old. Built towards the end of the 11th century, much of its austere Romanesque...
Exhibition of Oriental Art
A collection of 17th-century Turkish banners and weaponry, captured after the Battle of Vienna and displayed along with a variety of old...
Pleasant combination of cafe and bookshop, with its bookshelves sandwiched between the interior and outdoor seating. Great choice for a...
La Campana Trattoria
Not that Kraków needed another Italian restaurant, but this one boasts the city's most delightful, flower-filled courtyard setting. On a...
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Archdiocesan Museum information
This collection of religious sculpture and paintings, dating from the 13th to 16th centuries, is located in a 14th-century townhouse. Also on display is the room where Karol Wojtyła (the late Pope John Paul II) lived from 1958 to 1967, complete with his furniture and belongings – including his skis. There’s a treasury of gifts he received here too.