Krakow is one of the most beautiful cities in Poland and  Central of Europe.  Dining out here is a wonderful opportunity to sample its history, culture and heritage. Thousands of visitors come here each year.  They stay in hotels and self-catering accommodation.  Krakow has great restaurants offering different mouth watering cuisines.  Poles are a people that are proud of their culinary tradition so  rest assured you will  have the best especially in these few restaurants that we have researched on  your behalf.  Your sure to have an unforgettable mouth watering experience.



The restaurant has a long and glorious tradition that goes way back to the extravagant feasts and decorative extravaganzas of polished gourmets. The cities legendary restaurants are well remembered too.

Trends in Krakow’s Restaurants

Currently fusion cooking seems to be all the rage among the city’s trendy chefs. Yet a creative adaptation of the old Polish cuisine is still in vogue. Also a revival of the local folk cookery goes on. On the other hand Far East foods, once exotic, appear to have become almost staples nowadays. At the same time Krakow restaurant patrons seem to be enamored with  French and Italian cuisine more than ever before.


Del Papa Krokow
Del Papa Krakow

Anybody who loves Italian cuisine will find here traditional dishes and other cuisines that are more modern like meat and fish dishes, delicious seafood.  For lovers of mussels this is the place to dine every Thursday, they are the mussels in Krakow.


Edo Sushi Bar Krakow
 Edo Sushi Bar Krakow

This is where to find Japanese cuisine. This restaurant has won various awards for its exemplary culinary arts and numerous regular customers at their Sushi Bar which is the oldest in Krakow by the way.  You will find interesting dishes in their menu like Thai, Mexican and Mediterranean memoirs.


Guliwer Cafe Krakow
     Guliwer Cafe Krakow

This is known for European Cuisines, this restaurant is a little bit cozy.  This is an idea place for those who seek a place in the heart of Krakow where one may have a tasty kind of breakfast, lunch or dinner in a casual atmosphere while sipping a glass of excellent wine, or a cup of coffee or a cup of hot chocolate.  The dishes here are served till late evenings which are made naturally without adding any artificial sweeteners. Oh! there cakes too a must taste.  There is excellent holiday rental accommodation in this area.  So an ideal place to spend some time.


Pimiento Krakow
   Pimiento Krakow

Citizens of Krakow as well as visiting visitors admire the Pimiento Restaurants for their excellently m beef imported from Argentina directly to their kitchen.  There is a wide variety of beef to choose from, and you are guaranteed an unforgettable culinary experience.

If you are not the kind of persons who like dining out, but hard not to in this beautiful city, you can check some of the simple recipes and make a dish from the comfort of your self-catering villa or self – catering apartment, still you can order enjoy your meal indoors.  So if you ever wondered why Krakow’s restaurants are filled to the brim now you know.  You can almost smell the aroma of the cuisines just from this article.  At Goholidaylets we have excellent self-catering apartments list free to day.

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Historical Polish City of Krakow

Historical Polish City of Krakow

Krakow located in the south of Poland, it is the second largest and the second most important city of Poland. Situated on the Vistula River Krakow has traditionally been one of the leading centres of Polish academic, cultural, and artistic life and is one of Poland’s most important economic hubs. Over a period of many years it established and reaffirmed its role as a major national academic and artistic centre. Universities and cultural venues emerged during the Second Polish Republic in 1918 and throughout the 20th century, Kraków. The city has a population of approximately 760,000 whereas about 8 million people live within a 100 kilometres (62 miles) radius of its main square.



Salt Mines Krakow

To its south lies the Tatra Mountains 62 miles away. This mountain range constitutes the natural border with Slovakia and the Czech Republic; another 143 miles to the west there is the border with Ukraine.

Once of the most famous natives of Krakow has to be the late Pope John Paul. In an effort that spanned two decades, Karol Wojtyła, cardinal archbishop of Krakow, successfully lobbied for permission to build the first churches in the new industrial suburbs. In 1978, Wojtyła was elevated to the papacy as John Paul II, the first non-Italian pope in 455 years. In the same year, UNESCO placed Krakow Old Town on the first-ever list of World Heritage Sites. Since the early 2000s many Krakow natives have come to work and live in North and Western Europe. A lot have made their permanent homes here. But they remain rightly proud of their birth place Krakow.

But to most of us Poland or Krakow in particular is not just a “friend’s” home country anymore. It is a wonderful place to visit to where marvelous hotel accommodation and exquisite self-catering accommodation can be located. If you’re a return emigrant or a first time visitor Krakow will have short stay accommodation to suit your budget.

Historically Charmed: Krakow has no doubt has had a historically charmed life. On researching the city’s past you discover that despite over the centuries having been overrun by various hordes and armies its cultural and architectural charm has remind. Its history dates back to a 4th century settlement Krakow has been fortuitously to avoid destruction. It has grown into one of the most prominent cities in Central Europe. In WW2 fortune shone down on it again as it was one of the only Polish cities not to be reduced to rubble. The period of the Soviet Union failed to leave their mark on this enchanted city centre. Because of all of this good fortune Krakow today is a magnificent piece of Eastern Europe heritage. Proof of this occurred in 1978 when UNESCO listed it on the World Heritage List, along with the nearby Wieliczka Salt Mine and only ten other places in the world.

A city of majestic architectural monuments, cobbled thoroughfares, cultural treasures, timeless courtyards, priceless artworks and legendary beer cellars and gardens, Krakow’s historic centre is the pride of Poland.



Places to see in Krakow while there on a holiday or short stay:

A. St Mary’s church on the Main Square has many things to recommend it: its painstakingly restored interior is almost overwhelming in its opulence. But surely the highlight must be the 13 meter (42 foot) high 15th century altarpiece by Veit Stoss the largest Gothic sculpture in the world.


B. John Paul 11 Route: Visitors to Krakow can undertake a “John Paul II” excursion, whereby one visits various significant sites in his life.

C. Jewish Quarter: Originally Krakow’s Jewish Quarter, Kazimierz was for centuries where Catholics and Jews existed peacefully side-by-side, having a noticeably different architectural character than the main city.

D. Aushwitz is a infamous part of the history of this area to Poland. Located just over 50 kilometres west of Krakow lies the small town of Oswiecim, a place that would easily have remained in relative obscurity were it not for the Nazis’ decision to construct the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration (and later death) camp there. Since the war ended, the site has been preserved as a museum and memorial, and receives over a million visitors a year. It is a sad and emotionally trying place to visit but plays a huge part of WW2 history.

Krakow has a huge array of excellent hotel accommodation. Plus on GoHolidayLets website www.goholidaylets.com a wide selection of self-catering accommodation can be found to suit small and large groups of visitors.

How to get there?? Easyjet and Ryanair fly from most European countries.