Drukarnia used to be a popular club located in Kazimierz. In 2007 it moved to the Podgorze district and continues its existance as an atmospheric jazz club.
"Drukarnia" means "a printing house", hence its unique decorations throughout the four rooms: newspreads and printing instruments.
Enjoy soothing jazz music, laid-back ambience and relaxing drinks.
Joy from London
Posted on 22-10-2015
It's a really cool place far away from the busy main square. I stumbled upon it while walking around Podgórze. Met some cool people, lots of locals. I recommend visiting that area
Chris from czech republic
Posted on 17-06-2015
It's a very nice place by the river. You can chill out after taking a walk around the jewish district, watch some football if you're a fan. I think I might go back there if I visit Krakow again. Good beer.
Nina from Kato
Posted on 26-01-2015
This place is suitable for date with a girl, watching sport with guys or half-formal meeting with colleagues.
Peter from Slovakia
Posted on 05-01-2015
Great people, great atmosphere, great place! Definitely gonna go back there during next visit! :)
Georgina from Krakow
Posted on 26-11-2014
During my stay in Krakow, I've had an opportunity to know the city much better than regular tourists. Since I found out about Drukarnia, it's become my favourite spot for Saturday evenings. Dancefloor in the cellar, 4 bars, nice and smiled bartenders, lots of tables and, what's the most important, great atmosphere! If you're tired with hipsters in Kazimierz or naughty party-animals in the Square, you should definitely come by.
Estelle Bonnetty from France
Posted on 16-07-2014
J'adore cet endroit!!
Marta from Krakow
Posted on 07-07-2014
Drukarnia is definitely one of my favourite pubs in Krakow. Its great for those who are tired of pubs on the main square or in the jewish quarter. Perfect place for drinking a beer with friends, having a party on weekends and even watching a game.
Linsey from US
Posted on 12-04-2014
I was really interested in the places where the real people of Krakow go. Since I've made a couple of friends in Krakow, they showed me Podgorze district and Drukarnia Pub. Loved it!
Andrzej from Krakow
Posted on 16-05-2012
The Podgorze side of the river has really come alive since the new pedestrian bridge opened, and Drukarnia is a great reason to cross over from Kazimierz. Great to sit outside and soak up the sun on a nice day