Many of Krakow’s most interesting sights are near to Myslenice, making it a convenient place to base yourself. Among the most interesting places to see are the marvelous Wieliczka Salt Mine and the incredible Kalwaria Zebrzydowska Park. Also, well worth the effort are Wolski Forest and the Laznia Nowa Theatre.
To really understand Krakow, take a trip to one of its museums and theaters. Discover the interactive and traditional museums and collections in National Museum, the Oskar Schindler Factory and Czartoryski Museum. To experience Krakow’s vibrant arts scene, book a show at one of the acclaimed performance venues such as Krakow Philharmonic, the Bagatela Theatre and the Juliusz Slowacki Theater. Head to the Foto - Medium - Art Gallery and the Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology, to get your fix of art.
There are a number of beautiful natural destinations here so make sure you enjoy the chance to get outdoors. There are some nice urban parks, so take a picnic blanket to Jordan Park, the Krakow Botanical Garden and Park Krakowski.
To really get a feel for the area, visit the nearby local attractions such as Jewish Cemetery, Planty and Wawel Cathedral. These are a magnet for travellers from all over the world. Whatever your background or beliefs, serenity and calm awaits at Myslenice’s holy places like the Holy Trinity Church, the Corpus Christi Church and the Sanctuary of Divine Mercy. Blow the dust from the pages of Krakow’s past by visiting heritage sites, such as Wawel Castle, Florian's Gate and Archbishop's Palace.
If you could do with a spot of retail therapy, head to the many stores of Galeria Krakowska, Galeria Kazimierz and the Main Market Square.
Finding somewhere handy to unpack your bags close to Myslenice is easy. Whether you’re staying for a night or a few weeks check out the amenities at the Sheraton Krakow Hotel, the andel's Hotel Cracow, and the Wyspianski Hotel.