Museum of Musical Instruments
Institution housing hundreds of instruments, from whistles to concert pianos; including intriguing musical devices such as a typewriter...
Fish Sellers’ Houses
South of the town hall is an endearing row of small arcaded buildings, known as the Fish Sellers’ Houses. They were built in the 16th...
A few steps south of the museum, this church was originally built for the Jesuits by architects from Italy after more than 80 years of...
If you don’t know what a narghile is, one look at the generic Turkish-Arabic décor here should give you a clue. Whether you call it a...
This atmospheric place dishes up authentic tapas and Spanish wine in a room lined with intriguing bric-a-brac, including jars of stuffed...
Lonely Planet review
Located off the southeastern corner of the Rynek, inside the 16th-century Górka Palace . Before going in, stop and have a look at the fine Renaissance doorway on the building’s eastern facade. The museum presents the prehistory of the region, from the Stone Age to the early medieval period, as well as housing an extensive Egyptian collection.