White Stork Synagogue
The restored White Stork Synagogue, built in 1829, is a reminder that this city was once home to more than 20,000 Jews.
Alongside the Military Museum, the squat brick Arsenal (just outside the ring road encircling the Old Town) houses the Archaeological...
Just outside the ring road encircling the Old Town, the squat brick Arsenal houses the Military Museum and the Archaeological Museum ....
With its alternative/rock/dance line-up and distressed decor, 'Insomnia' attracts a high-end clientele and is one of the most popular...
Old-fashioned Polish and Jewish cooking in an elegant but unfussy setting. The goose in cranberry sauce can't be topped, though the...
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Restauracja Vincent information
Situated in a historic building with a café, cellar restaurant and main dining room, quirky but charming Vincent has lovely interiors and unusual offerings. Anything from shashlik to seafood risotto can pop up on the menu, and there’s live accordion music from time to time.