A place to know - a place to be! The cultural heart of the city, with countless restaurants, cafes, museums, monuments.
Jews appeared in Kazimierz in the mid-14th century. Until the beginning of the 19th century - when the hitherto separate town became a district of Krakow - they lived in an area enclosed within today's Miodowa, St. Lawrence, Wąska, Józefa and Bożego Ciała streets.
Krakow's Kazimierz is a special place, shaped by centuries of Christian-Jewish neighbourhood.
The district is known almost all over the world not only because of its honourable place on the UNESCO list. Today, Kazimierz is one of the most recognisable places in Kraków. This atmospheric district, vibrant with cultural and artistic life, attracts especially those who wish to feel the spirit of Krakow's bohemia.