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Essential Krakow • Tourist attractions old-town
Krakow Tourist Attractions

Krakow Tourist Attractions

Krakow Tourist Attractions

Krakow Tourist Attractions


Old Town Tourist attractions


Archdiocesan Museum
Archdiocesan Museum
Kanonicza 19
The Archdiocesan Museum is housed in the Bishops Palace which was the long-term home to cardinal Wojtyla before he was appointed John Paul II in…read more
Bunkier Sztuki Gallery
Bunkier Sztuki Gallery
Plac Szczepański 3a
Art aficionados will not want to miss a trip to Bunkier Sztuki during their visit to Krakow. Housed in one of the few modernist buildings…read more
Church of Saints Peter and Paul
Church of Saints Peter and Paul
Grodzka 52
The church of St. Peter and St. Paul was built shortly after the arrival of Jesuits who came to Krakow to defend the Catholic faith…read more
Church of St Andrew
Church of St Andrew
Grodzka 54
The Church of St. Andrew is the best preserved example of Romanesque architecture in Kraków. The massive structure was built using stone blocks towards the…read more
Czartoryski Muzeum
Czartoryski Muzeum
Św Jana 19
Regarded as one of Krakow´s highlights, the Czartoryski Museum is the oldest in Poland and features a wealth of artwork, sculptures and silverware from antiquity…read more
Floriańska Street
Floriańska Street
Floriańska
Part of the famous Royal Route, Florianska is one of the most important and historical streets in Krakow. It dates back as far as the…read more
Grodzka Street
Grodzka Street
Grodzka
Constructed even before Krakow received its charter in 1257, Grodzka Street is one of the oldest in the city. It´s original purpose was for use…read more
Jagiellonian University – Collegium Juridicum
Jagiellonian University – Collegium Juridicum
Grodzka 53
As part of the emerging Jagiellinian University, the magnificent Gothic structure of the Collegium Juridicum was built in the early part of the 15th Century…read more