Just because everybody seems to be over the moon about Krakow, me and my boyfriend decided we would take a look our selfs. So we just spent a couple of days there. I have to say, it is a very cozy city! Not in the ‘best-city-trip-2015-destination’ kind of way but absolutely in a ‘let’s-drink-and-eat-way-to-much’ kind of way! Krakow is not expensive and has a great type of kitchen and a lot of bars and restaurants. The old city center is very Romantic with a nice park around it but a bit touristy. The old jewish district Kazimierz, is still very authentic and there is a lot going on around Plac Nowy.
Alchemia is a very nice restaurant, bar ánd club around the corner of Plac Nowy, the heart of the old jewish district Kazimierz. Also great for lunches. Take a look on their website to see if there is a gig you like or just take a look and you probably will find your self there the whole evening!
Price-range: €, ul. Estery 5, 31-056 Kraków, tel: +48 12 421 22 00, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Finka is a very nice little place, also around Plac Nowy. In the morning, the coffees are great. In the evening, the cocktails are great. And at night, the party’s are great. So go!
Price-range: €, ul. Warszauera 1, 31-057 Kraków, tel: +48 516 442 980, e-mail: email@example.com
Nowa Prowincja is in the old city center and every woman should go there (especially when your having your period, just saying). It’s small and cozy and there are two old-time favorites that you can order at any time of the day. Chocolate and wine. Do I need to say more? The hot chocolate I can’t stop talking about, is literally hot melted chocolate. Very impressive.
Price-range: €, Bracka 3-5 Kraków, tel: +48 12 430 59 59
Absolute great food and great atmosphere! Just go there!
Price-range: €, ul. Izaaka 3, Kraków, tel: +48 12 341 49 77
I would absolutely recommend this apartment. We had a great stay and the location is perfect!
I hope you enjoyed my city guide and you are going to take a look yourself!