This is a nice street, but not for Currency Exchange!. I had only arrived and got Conned by the Kantor with the Large ORANGE sign, near to McDonalds, which advertises SELL RATES for £s, $, €. Thought I was getting 575 Zolty for £100, got 421 because I didn't ask. The going rate was 520. You shouldnt have to ask... 更多
This is the most popular street in Krakow, probably. You will find here everything - bars, shops, cafes, clubs, restuarants. You will meet a lot of people, you will hear almost every language. Very crowded street even at night.
This was my favourite walk to Rynek Glowny. With Florian gate at the top and the view of St Mary's Basilica at the bottom it was really impressive. There are lovely shops and a beautiful,elegant Art Nouveau Café called Jama Michalika, which began business in 1895. Stepping in for a coffee makes you feel like you have entered another time... 更多
A nice wide pedestrianised street connecting the old Market Square to the St Florian Gate. It is full of a range of shops, including some of the better known designer type shops, with lots of retaurants and pubs. We walked along it both during the day and again after dark. My wife was particularly taken by the model of a... 更多
You will probably not miss this street while visiting Krakow, as it leads to Florianska Gate. There are plenty of shops and also some good restaurants and cafes- like Karmello at the end. Well worth visiting.
Walking in the cold, snowing and admiring beauty of the buildings, the shops, the diversity of the people discovering Krakow was very interesting. There is always a detail that catches the eye and makes you feel part of a fairytale.
I enjoyed my walk along here after having explored The Barbican and The St Florian Gate. Easily accessible from the Main Market Square - and leads to Wawel Royal Castle. Interesting Architecture, shops and restaurants. Part of Krakow's tourist "trail". The Tourist Information Office/shop is in this street. (they were very helpful). Take your camera.
It is one of the most beautiful places in Krakow. Street full of fun and history. Lots of restaurants cafes and shops. Amazing atmosphere of the time travel. Everything is so old and authentic. Leads straight to the main square of the old town. Needless to say that it is a must visit place.
Starting behind the Barbican and 13th-century Florian Gate, Florianska street is most probably the one you will take to reach the Main Market Square after you come to Krakow. Bustling with people, surrounded by beautiful Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque "kamienica" houses (including the house of Jan Matejko), it lets you notice the soaring towers of St. Mary's church in the... 更多