Formerly declared by the Emperor of Austria, Joseph II, the Free Royal City. Officially connected to Kraków first in 1915, for which it was meant to be a dynamically developing competition. A district with a tragical history from the times of the Second World War. Feeling intrigued? Let us take a walk through Podgórze – learn another side of Kraków.
Duration: about 2 hours
For everyone, especially for those, who already have seen the Old Town, Wawel, Kazimierz and would like to see something a little bit different.
What could you see in Podgórze?
- The former Jewish Ghetto of Kraków with Ghetto Wall
- The Ghetto Heroes Square
- Eagle Pharmacy: Exhibition tickets paid additionally 8-11,-PLN. Booking guide for visiting the exhibition costs 100,-PLN/1 hour or 50,-PLN/0.5 hour for one group.
- The Podgórze Museum: Entrance to Podgórze Museum is to be paid additional 5-12,-PLN/person. You can also book guide for visiting museum with the price 100,-PLN for the group.
- St. Joseph’s Church
- The Market Square of Podgórze
- St. Benedict Church
- Krak Mound
- Independence Square
- Father Bernatek Footbridge