Walking around the Market Square in the Old Town you can also drop in on one of the many fine restaurants that are located there. I visit Cafe Camelot most often; it has a rich menu, from which you can choose unique and delicious meals, exquisite cakes and a wide range of vodkas. Another culinary highlight is the Starka Restaurant. And remember that all around the center of Kraków there are many more cool, atmospheric bars and restaurants to explore.
You cannot leave Kraków without visiting some of the museums there. It is especially worth going to the Museum Gallery of Polish 19th Century Art at the National Museum of Kraków, and for fans of epic posters a must-see is the Polish Poster Art Gallery (Galeria Plakatu).
After you have visited the main urban sites of interest in Kraków, I suggest to go and relax at the Zakrzówek, an ancient stone quarry that was filled with water to form a beautiful lake. Not far from the city-center, it is a beautiful, natural oasis surrounded by trees that guarantees amazing views and fresh air.
Enjoy your stay!
Author: Paulina Otterstein
Source: Poland Daily Culture