To appreciate the many textures of Krakow, pull on some comfortable shoes and explore surrounding areas like Krakow, Modlnica, and Kleparz.
Savvy travelers in Modlniczka, keen to deepen their appreciation of this area, will love the nearby cultural attractions. There are plenty of excellent destinations where you can spend an afternoon including National Museum, Czartoryski Museum and Bunkier Sztuki. To catch home-grown and touring acts, pick up some tickets to Krakow Philharmonic, the Bagatela Theatre and the Juliusz Slowacki Theater, one of the area’s premier performing arts venues. There are some interesting art galleries to visit. In particular, don’t miss the Foto - Medium - Art Gallery.
If the sun is out, follow the lead of the locals who know the area best and make the most of the local natural destinations. Enjoy some of the scenic city parks such as Jordan Park and Park Krakowski.
Some of Krakow's best attractions are within driving distance of Modlniczka, including Planty, the St. Mary's Basilica and Cloth Hall. The Church of St. Wojciech and the St. Francis of Assisi Church and Monastery offer visitors to Krakow the opportunity to better understand the role religion has played in the area. Relive Krakow’s colorful past by visiting Florian's Gate and Archbishop's Palace.
Get familiar with the local fashion and spoil yourself with a new wardrobe in the nearby shopping hotspots such as Galeria Krakowska and the Main Market Square.
After enjoying Modlniczka, put up your feet and relax at one of the area’s bed-and-breakfasts, hotels or short-stay apartments. Check out the rooms, rates and amenities at the Sheraton Krakow Hotel, the andel's Hotel Cracow, or the Radisson Blu Hotel, Krakow.