When you walk through the historic Floriańska Gate and heading into the Main Square, you will walk few hundred meters through the most famous and busiest street in Krakow.
The street is alive 24/7 – during the day it is the busiest shopping mall and during the evening and night it becomes the center of the city’s night life with a lot people walking from club to club looking for the best place to have fun.
You can get here anything – from clothes, jewellery, to trip or paintings. If you need to exchange money, head into Florianska. When after all shopping you become tired and hungry, there’s a great number of cafes, fast bites and restaurants that serve varieties of food for every wallet.
The Floriańska Street has been the most important Krakow’s street since the middle ages. It was an essential part of the Royal Route leading from the St. Florian Church (hence the name of the street) to the Wawel Castle. Walking this street you will find many traces of Krakow’s and Poland history. Florian Street has always been one of the major streets in Krakow.
The famous the 19th century painter Jan Matejko lived at number 41. Now there is a museum dedicated to his life and work.
At the no. 14 you will also find the oldest hotel in Krakow – Hotel Pod Różą founded around 1800. You will also find unique in the world the Museum of Pharmacy and the famous confectionery “Jama Michalika” founded in the 19th century.
Florianska Street | Art & culture, Bars, Shopping, Snacks
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