This historic Jewish quarter offers insight into the local culture, serving as a creative centre lined with colourful street art, coffee shops, bars, museums and art galleries. Mary’s Basilica, one of the most important religious structures in the country dating back to the 13th century. For a moving experience, head to the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum to learn more about the Holocaust.You can also visit the Oskar Schindler Museum to learn about Oskar Schindler’s role in saving the lives of persecuted Jews in World War II.In the heart of Cracow, in a Kromerowska building, the Main Square 23 a group of young enthusiasts of history, art and erotica offers the only Polish exhibition of erotic art - "50 faces of sex". Inspired by the film "50 Shades of Grey" and the history of Cracow building where the exhibition is located.
Getting around The easiest way to explore Krakow is on foot, while the city is serviced by an extensive network of buses and trams.
Krakow Airport is located about 12 kilometres from the city centre, accessible by bus, train or taxi.
Situated in the heart of the city, PURO Krakow Stare Miasto provides easy access to Krakow's popular sightseeing and retail areas.
Those staying at the property can also enjoy free wireless internet.
In the XVIII century, the house opened a patisserie Dominik Wielandt.
Quickly became a place of assignation of Cracow, and in particular of Cracow councilors and military.
Head to the Rynek Underground Museum to discover an interactive archaeological museum with holograms and historic artefacts beneath the market square.
For a dose of culture, visit the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Kazimierz neighbourhood, once the centre for Jewish life for over 500 years. This Art Nouveau church was built in the 13th century and features beautiful stained-glass windows.
For centuries, the apartment-hause at 23 Main Square hid many love stories.
In the XV century, the owner of the building at 23 Main Square was Ludwik Kromer and his son George, who had a beautiful wife, Anna.
In the old Cracow, the Jagiellonian University created a lot of student dormitories.