Daily Life Walk in Krakow Kazimierz, Krakow

Kazimierz is a farmer Jewish district. It was founded in the 14th century by the King Casimir. It might be called the most charming district in the city. The largest street, Szeroka, has many lovely cafés and restaurants, boutiques and shops. Things are really zipping along here. Learn about the residents of Kazimierz and their daily life routine through the following tour.
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Daily Life Walk in Krakow Kazimierz Map

Guide Name: Daily Life Walk in Krakow Kazimierz
Guide Location: Poland » Krakow (See other walking tours in Krakow)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 7
Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.7 km
Author: ellen
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EL-JOT Theatre

1) EL-JOT Theatre

EL-JOT is a musical theater. It owns a beautiful historic building with fascinating interiors. This venue presents artistic performances reflecting Polish traditions. Everything in the show - choreography, speech, instruments, vocal, stage scenery and costumes - are oriented on Polish folklore. A great place for those who want to learn more about Polish...   view more
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Reformed Temple Synagogue (Synagoga Tempel)

2) Reformed Temple Synagogue (Synagoga Tempel)

The Reformed Temple Synagogue located in the Kazimierz district is a unique example of the merger of Jewish and Polish cultures. The synagogue built in the late 19th century depicts the grandeur and freedom of the Jewish community before the World War II.

This beautiful building designed by architect Ignacy Hercok, best illustrates the neo-Renaissance or the Moorish Revival style of architecture. The rectangular building with its tall central section is said to have drawn inspiration from...   view more
Sight description based on wikipedia
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Alchemia

3) Alchemia

To get a feel of the city of Krakow, one need not look any further than the Alchemia, a special bar in the heart of the city’s Jewish town. One of the first bars to be opened in Kazimierz, the Jewish side of the city, the Alchemia is the most treasured pubs in the city. Visited by students, artists, locals and visitors, the pub over the years has created its mark as a destination to best enjoy the night life of the city.

Not only is it visited as a window into the cultural aspects of the...   view more
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Izaak Synagogue

4) Izaak Synagogue

The Izaak Synagogue is one of the most beautiful, noteworthy and morose synagogues in Krakow. Built in the late 16th century, the Synagogue has its reputation of being one of the century’s most beautiful buildings in the Kazimierz district in Krakow. In fact, so magnificent was the building after its construction that Christians in the neighborhood were offended and revolted at the existence of a synagogue bigger than any other building in the region.

The synagogue was designed by two...   view more
Sight description based on wikipedia
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Szeroka Street

5) Szeroka Street

Surrounded by old synagogues, mansions and some of Krakow’s oldest buildings, the Szeroka Street is a must visit when you tour the Kazimierz. More of a square than a street, the Szeroka was once a village of Bawół, which was incorporated into Kazimierz after the town centre was formed in 1340. Some of its buildings date back to the early 14th and 15th century whose edifices still tell tales of their respective eras.

Buildings that must not be missed here are the two very old synagogues,...   view more
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Portofino

6) Portofino

Portofino is a lovely place for a good rest with your lover or friends. The restaurant serves local and European cuisines. The spacious, stylish interior and adjacent garden are very inviting and relaxing. Parking available right in front of the...   view more
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Galeria Kazimierz

7) Galeria Kazimierz

With a massive 38,150 square meters of uninterrupted shopping experience, the Galaria Kazimierz is the most stylish shopping center one can come across in Poland. Inaugurated in 2005, the shopping mall is a whole new side of Krakow’s city life one can encounter.

Located in the old Jewish neighbourhood of Kazimierz, the building is a merger of old industrial complex and stylish modern interiors that brings a new zest to the structure. Set aside a day to indulge into all the latest and...   view more

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Travel Distance: 5.3 km
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