Welcome to Kazimierz Dolny
Once you arrive, you’ll see why. Kazimierz Dolny is picturesquely perched along the banks of the Vistula. Its main square, the Rynek, lined with historic buildings, is charming. The little lanes that radiate from the square are filled with quaint galleries, shops, and, naturally, myriad places to grab a beer or an ice cream cone.
One caveat: because of its popularity, avoid weekends April to October when traffic can stretch back kilometres and Kazimierz Dolny–bound buses are filled to bursting. This is doubly true on holiday weekends. Instead, aim for a weekday arrival. The serenity you'll enjoy will give you an idea why the town inspired artists like Władysław Słewiński.