A Kazimierz classic, Ariel won the battle over the right to use the name with Alef, which also used to be called Ariel, right next door. Here is a ... More
A Kazimierz classic, Ariel won the battle over the right to use the name with Alef, which also used to be called Ariel, right next door. Here is a fine example of Kazimierz architecture and style, perhaps what the whole area looked like before the second World War. The food is not kosher, but it is traditional European Jewish cuisine. Most of the well-known favourites are available, from Pierogis, Dumplings, to Borscht, Cold Beet Soup.
This place has been around long enough now to be a Krakow institution. When the Greek chefs aren't putting on
a cookery show behind the large glass fronted window they are often smiling and talking to passersby.
Nestled in the business and cultural heart of Krakow, the Radisson Blu Hotel Krakow is just two minutes away from
the largest market square in Europe and is ideal for both business and leisure travellers. The hotel is opposite ...
One of the oldest restaurants in Europe, Wierzynek used to be the place to go for important visitors to Kraków.
It's still a wonderful place to dine. One of the advantages of Wierzynek is that it is located above ...