On the far side of Lake Jelonek, this museum illustrates Gniezno's pivotal role in Polish history. The permanent collection contains archaeological finds and works of art related to the development of the Polish nat…
Restaurant with an elegantly old-fashioned interior within the town hall building and a spacious deck on the street in the warmer months. There are plenty of meaty options on the menu, along with fish and pasta dish…
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 great view of the cathedral from its outdoor tables. The menu is a blend of Polish and Italian, from pizza to local favourites.
Place of worship featuring both a Gothic tower erected in the 15th century and a baroque facade dating from the late 18th century.
Gothic church completed in 1430, surrounded with a wall that was once part of medieval fortifications.
This church was rebuilt in the 18th century and remodelled in baroque style.