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Jordan Park


Named after its founder Henryk Jordan, this park is a favourite for many. You'll find dog-walkers enjoying open fields, kids on climbing frames, outdoor yoga classes, and much more. Stretch out on the grass in summer, or try ice skating at the rink in winter.

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Nearby Kraków attractions

1. National Museum

0.26 MILES

Three permanent exhibitions – the Gallery of 20th-Century Polish Painting, the Gallery of Decorative Art, and Polish Arms and National Colours – are…

2. Stained Glass Workshop & Museum

0.37 MILES

This combination museum and workshop highlights the beauty of stained glass and the considerable skill (and artistic talent) it takes to produce it…

3. Józef Mehoffer House

0.49 MILES

The 'Young Poland' artist lived in this stately home from 1932 until his death in 1946. The museum preserves the elegant interiors, with many original…

4. Europeum

0.51 MILES

This oft-overlooked museum, housed in an old granary, holds the National Museum's most important collection of European paintings. Around 100 works are on…

5. Krakowski Park

0.59 MILES

Renovated in spring 2018, this park is a lovely place to spend an hour with children, walking a dog or on your own. Added plants bring colour and attract…

6. Premonstratensian Convent


This imposing, fortified monastery, on the banks of the Wisla, has been home to the Sisters of the Order of St Norbert for more than 800 years. It's also…

7. Church of St Anne

0.71 MILES

Designed by Tylman van Gameren and built in the late-17th century as a university church, the Church of St Anne was long the site of inaugurations of the…

8. Collegium Maius

0.72 MILES

The Collegium Maius, part of Jagiellonian University, is the oldest surviving university building in Poland, and one of the finest examples of 15th…