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In the more modern part of town, this self-service cafeteria has a good claim to being the cheapest budget eatery in the central area, and has a fine grasp of classic milk-bar standards.
North of the cathedral behind St George’s Church, this museum holds a collection of sacred sculptures and paintings, liturgical fabrics, coffin portraits and votive offerings.
Attractive eatery with a touch of green, both in the decor and the pot plants scattered through its dining space. The menu covers all the bases from crêpes to steaks.
Gniezno’s history and character are inextricably intertwined with its cathedral, an imposing, double-towered, brick Gothic structure...
A restaurant with an elegantly old-fashioned interior within the town hall building, and a spacious deck on the street in the warmer months...
The Golden Dragon is a pretty standard Chinese restaurant, but stands out as the most adventurous eating choice in the town centre...
This museum on the far side of Lake Jelonek illustrates Gniezno’s pivotal role in Polish history...
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