Luckily for all of us, today's Kazimierz district is undergoing a rebirth of color, culture and spirit in south central Krakow after being left destitute for decades post WWII. Its winding maze of streets and houses provides a perfect opportunity to get lost in a unique piece of the city's history, exploring landmarks such as the recently renovated Temple Synagogue and the Galicia Jewish Museum. But on the off chance you're not solely interested in its traditional past, this new bohemian hot spot is also an unsuspecting center of social life in Krakow. Everywhere you turn, distinctive bars and trendy cafes offer plenty of options to mix a little entertainment in with your cultural sight seeing. Call it the best of both worlds.
Location:Between Krakowska and Starowislna Streets, Kazimierz, Krakow