Wow, welcome to Poland! It's a shame you are not coming to Warsaw where I'm from, maybe next time...In Kracow you have to go to Kazimierz, it's the old Jewish town which has lovely galleries and shops and is just lovely to stroll around. Very close to the old town.For vintage, try Mullholand Drive at Sienna 1 St., just around the corner of the main square. It's been awhile since I've been there but it was amazing when I visited.Have an amazing stay and enjoy yourself!
Thank you very much!!!!
Why don't you try this blog: http://styledigger.blogspot.com/search/label/Spot%20DiggingFirst two entries are about Warsaw 'spots' but the rest is mostly from Cracow where she lives. Have fun in Poland!
The thought of you being here in Poland is sooo exciting! And Krakow is one of the most beautiful cities in Poland so I'm sure you'll love it.How long will you stay here?
Just a few days, this is awesome!
I'm not from Cracow but i was there few times. I recommend you this bakery. Tasty original cupcakes and great organic coffee!http://cupcakecorner.pl/en/You'll love this city, it's beautiful and has its own atmosphere :)The other that I recommend is Wrocław.
Hello, I was born in Kraków and live here. I love this town, it is amazing.. You will like it, has its own climax. Go to Kazimierz (jewish dc), go to Prowincja (cafe+chocolate, Bracka street, close to market sq.).You are very welcome :)
hello, i live in Kraków and i love this city. you should go to Lovekrove https://www.facebook.com/lovekrove it's a restaurant were you can eat the best hamburgers ever. the best ice creme you can eat at starowiślna street. i recommend Kazimierz also and you can also go to Bomba (cafe, Szczepański sq.). everything in Kraków is awesome!
True! Lovely city, I will try some of these places. Thanx!!!
Lovely city people keep coming back :)