A compilation of better and lesser known squares in Krakow worth a visit for their architecture, events and history.
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Although its very touristy, many tourists don't realize that this spot is home to Helen Rubenstein's family home as well as the site of many scenes from the movie Schindler's List. Walking along this street you can imagine Jewish life in Krakow in the past which is helped by the Klezmer music played in some of the restaurants.Read more ›
Overlooked by many tourists Mały Rynek is host to many cultural, musical and culinary events throughout the year and worth a stop by to see what's going on or just to enjoy the beauty of this picturesque square which tends to be overshadowed by its bigger brother.Read more ›
Plac Bohaterów Getta
A large square "furnished" with 70 large metal chairs representing departure and absence they commemorate the spot from which inhabitants of the Ghetto were rounded up and sent to concentration camps during the liquidation of the Ghetto.Read more ›
Although this square is deceptively quiet it is home to some interesting vegan, vegetarian and even a raw restaurant. Plac Wolnica or Freedom Square is where the popular Mostowa Street lined with its hipster bars and cafes on your way to the Bernadta Footbridge to Podgorze.Read more ›