Krakow Things to do

Krakow’s rich cultural heritage, architecture and museums, combined with its abundance of bars, restaurants, clubs and cafes, are a perfect setting for the visitor in search of entertainment.

But don’t overlook the opportunities to enjoy sports activities; whether it´s white water rafting or paintballing, or something a little calmer, like cycling or hiking in one of the many beautiful national parks that surround Krakow.

Featured Business
Wieliczka Salt Mine
Things to doLogo Shadow
Things to doLogo Shadow
  • Wieliczka Salt Mine

  • Address: ul. Danilowicza 10, Wieliczka, Krakow, 32-020
  • MORE INFO
Krakow Wawel Cathedral

The baptism of Poland and its rise as an important seat of Christianity is so closely linked to the nation's unity and cultural identity, that nothing is more emblematic than this cathedral.

Manggha

Sitting across the Vistula almost in the shadow of the iconic Wawel castle, the futuristic-looking Manggha, or, to give it its full title, the Manggha Centre of Japanese Art and Technology...

Opera Krakowska

The Krakow Opera, established in 1954, has been proving its importance from season to season, thanks to the excellent quality of its artistic endeavours. Throughout the years, the Opera has worked with some of the world’s and Poland’s most outstanding artists...

Oskar Schindler's Factory

Oskar Schindler, an ambitious German businessman and member of the Nazi party, took over an unused enamelware factory in Krakow in order to profit from the available Jewish forced labour. Becoming

Krakow Dragon

No medieval city is complete without a dragon, and Krakow's Smok Wawelski (the Dragon of Wawel Hill) is one of the greatest figures of Polish legend.

Stained Glass Museum

This museum is a hidden gem located just 5 minutes' walk from the Main Square. It is a dream destination for the stained glass lovers, hobbyists and everyone who has ever been admiring the beautiful

Krakow Planty Park

Kraków is not a city lacking in historical monuments, but one of its most exquisite can be easily overlooked as such. This is the Planty, the narrow garden walk that rings the

Benedictine Abbey in Tyniec

Krakow is a vibrant cultural centre and one of Poland's largest cities, but part of its special charm lies in its proximity to the beautiful, unspoilt countryside. While close to the city centre