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All reviews interesting area flea market bars and restaurants old town the main square steeped in history schindler's list lots of history walking tour worth a visit walk around schindler's factory jewish kosher jews cemetery plac
Kazimiesz was formerly a town, later added to the Cracow's borders. It has a lot of cozy and historical places. You can reminescence there, party there, just do some sightseeing. It's very elastic when it comes to the reasons for the visit.
We took a tour from outside Schindlers factory on a small golf buggy type vehicle. The cost of the tour was 100 zloty each. The tour guide was really friendly and described some of the sights as well as having a recording of the major...More
My daughter and I were going to do walking tour here but the weather was so miserable .We decided to go in one of the golf cart type mode of transport .This was fabulous saw loads and the driver was a lovely knowledgeable young chap...More
Wherever we went with my group was nothing short of very ordinary. It's not even worth walking through the area we walked through. Nothing to see except lots of people on the sidewalk. Not worth the time!
.. With rundown houses.
.. So you saw Schindlers list and now you sanna see the real place... Its Nice to walk around for a bit and then walk down to The other side of The river to where they moved all The Jews and...More
South of the river is Kazmierz, the former Jewish District of Krakow. We visited on a guided tour. I was a bit disappointed. We saw a Jewish cemetery and adjoining synagogue. Our tour also took us to the misnamed Schindler Museum, which has little to...More
A smaller town compared to Rynek Glowny, Kazmierz is not less historical. What probably used to be a ghost town then a gangster town is now a lively town of restaurants and pubs. It has a soho bohemian feel on the streets. Its 7 synagouges...More
Response from Etienne V | Reviewed this property |
The train from the airport does not run to Kazimierz but to the main railway station, not far from the central market square. From the station you can probably take a tram to the Jewish quarter. See information and... More
The train from the airport does not run to Kazimierz but to the main railway station, not far from the central market square. From the station you can probably take a tram to the Jewish quarter. See information and timetables on the website of Krakau public transport "jakdojade".
Attention with the train : in november 2017 there were railway works and many trains did not run or where replaced by a bus. The train was not very frequent either (every 30 min) so I did not use it. See information on their website.
I have no idea if the train is safe at night.
For your comfort I would advise to book a taxi transfer from the airport direct to your destination in town. It takes about 30 min. and will cost around 25 € (90 PLN).