Krakow Attractions

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Archdiocesan Museum

The Archdiocesan Museum of Cardinal Karol Wojtyla was originally founded in 1905, although not opened to the public until 1994. It was created to commemorate ...  Read more


5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1745 Reviews

The Auschwitz concentration camp was established in April 1940 in the prewar Polish army barracks on the outskirts of Oświęcim. Originally intended for ...  Read more

Benedictine Abbey

The village of Tyniec is mostly famous for being home to the Benedictine abbey founded by King Casimir the Restorer himself back in 1044. The abbey wasn’t ...  Read more

Bonerowski Palace

4 star rating: Recommended 57 Reviews

The Bonerowski Palace is a luxury hotel in the heart of Krakow’s Old Town. Dating back to the 13th century, it was then significantly renovated in the 19th ...  Read more


3 star rating: Worth doing 1 Review

Chocolow is a tiny village sitting on the border with Slovakia in southern Poland with a great view of the surrounding Tatras Mountains. Dating back to the ...  Read more

Cloth Hall

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 4 Reviews

The focal building of Krakow’s fanciful Main Square (Rynek Główny), the Cloth Hall has stood in the same spot in various forms for about 800 years but ...  Read more

Dunajec River Gorge

4.5 star rating: Recommended 26 Reviews

The Dunajec River runs through the Pieniny Mountains from the northern part of Slovakia into southern Poland, forming part of the border between the two ...  Read more

Galicia Jewish Museum

Entirely dedicated to honoring Holocaust victims and celebrating Jewish culture of the former Austro-Hungarian region of Galicia through photographs, this ...  Read more

Gallery of 19th-Century Polish Art Museum

The very aptly named museum, which is located inside Krakow’s famous Cloth Hall, does indeed focus on 19th-century Polish art, with thousands of paintings and ...  Read more

Ghetto Eagle Pharmacy Museum

Tadeusz Pankiewicz’s pharmacy in the heart of Podgórze ran quite smoothly until 1941 when the Nazis closed off the surrounding area and created a ...  Read more

Great Barbican

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 155 Reviews

In 1499 Krakow was a wealthy city under constant threat of attack, especially from the rampaging Ottomans. So they made themselves into a fortress. The Great ...  Read more

Jagiellonian University

Founded in 1364, Jagiellonian University is the second oldest university in Central Europe. While it has survived to celebrate its 650th jubilee in 2014, its ...  Read more

Jan Matejko House

Welcome to Jan Matejko’s universe! The famous artist, counted among the most famous Polish painters, is celebrated for his vivid depictions of political and ...  Read more

Jasna Gora Monastery

4 star rating: Recommended 4 Reviews

Jasna Góra Monastery is one of the largest Catholic pilgrimage sites in the world. Located in Częstochowa, Poland, the monastery is home to the famous ...  Read more

Jozef Mehoffer House

Often regarded as one of Poland’s finest artists, Jozef Mehoffer (who also happened to be a pupil of Jan Matejko) was a highly talented stained-glass artisan, ...  Read more

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