Market Square Krakow
Since its creation in the 13th century, the Market Square in Krakow has been a bustling center of commerce and rich Polish tradition. Visitors will know they have reached the market square when they hear the hourly trumpets blow.
To visit Market Square, choose a room at Radisson Blu Hotel, Krakow, located in the heart of the city. From this hotel in Krakow city centre, guests can experience Poland’s attractions and culture with exquisite comforts, warm atmosphere and swift service.
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Experience Traditional Polish Court
Market Square Krakow became the centre of Poland’s political life and commerce upon its completion in 1257. Today, the market square has fine dining, historic shopping centers, and architectural monuments.
The Cloth Hall, built in the 13th century, now hosts a branch of the National Museum with hi-tech exhibition tracing its history, and that of the entire city, opened underneath the building, called Rynek Underground. The second floor hosts the underrated 19th Century Polish Art Gallery. Near the Cloth Hall the St. Mary’s Basilica and Adam Mickiewicz Monument can be found. From there, tourists can take a carriage ride to the Wawel Cathedral, a Gothic structure that once held the coronation of Polish monarchs.
Market Square Krakow also hosts many of the city's largest and most prominent public celebrations, including Poland's largest New Year's celebration.
Tour Market Square from the Radisson Blu Hotel, Krakow
The Radisson Blu Hotel, Krakow places guests nearby this city's major sights and tourist attractions. Visit Market Square and museums in Krakow from Radisson Blu Hotel, Krakow and enjoy comfortable accommodation while exploring the city.