Even though its streets and architecture may seem to be a bit run-down and neglected, Kazimierz has its own irreplaceable atmosphere that can hardly be compared to any other place in Poland. The Jewish Quarter in Krakow boasts countless symbols of the Jewry, that lived on its premises. I recommend you to visit Alchemia cafe at the heart of Kazimierz old square.
Discover new ways to explore the area
[view] beautiful [fun] fun [price/performance] is good
Experience the typical old city of Jewish culture. The synagogue and Jewish museum give a lot of understanding of the Jewish people. The customers of Jewish restaurants are also prosperous. You can also see old houses damaged during World War II on the streets.
Kazimierz is a district of Krakow, on the Vistula River, to the southeast of the Old City. There used to be a large number of Jewish communities here, which may be regarded as a feature of the place.
There are many synagogues in this place, some of them have been repaired, you can knock on the door to see them, but there are a few yuan for the entrance fee. Check it out.