Juliusz Słowacki Theatre is a relatively famous building in Krakow. It is very close to the railway station. It is about five minutes' walk away. The surrounding area is also full of antique medieval streets.
The ancient European theater was designed based on the European grand theaters. The interior is beautifully decorated, and listening to opera is a pleasure.
This theater can be considered very qualified, it is really good. A great place worth visiting. There are often performances inside, very exciting
As a theater, the appearance is magnificent and gorgeous, and it is artistically appealing, making people never forget!
It was built based on some of the best Baroque theaters in Europe and was named after the famous Polish poet Juliusz Słowacki in 1909. Designed by Jan Zawiejski, it replaces the 14th century church and mosque on the original site of Holy Ghost Square. The new theater was officially opened to the public on October 21, 1893. It was the first theater equipped with electricity in Krakow.