Regular pedestrian street with a great atmosphere though. You can eat, drink and buy some souvenirs as well.
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This is the prettiest street in Krakow's Old Town and is a must-see in the daytime and nighttime. It also provides great opportunities for photos as it leads directly to St. Mary's Basilica, a gorgeous church that is the 'symbol' of the city. No trip...More
This street is lovely for a casual stroll. Very beautiful, especially by St Florian's gate. Outside the walls at this end you'll find Planty Park and the Barbican. You can also see St Mary's Basilica as you walk towards the old town square so there...More
This is one of very lively street in Krakow. Full of shops, restaurants, beautiful houses/palaces. We walked through it several times during our visit in Krakow and each time we saw/found something new.
I walked on Ulica Florianska during my visit to Krakow in December 2017. It was full of souvenir shops and restaurants. I was not that impressed with the street itself although I think there are some sights to see on the parallel streets. What I...More
The Floriańska street was from the Middle Ages one of the most important streets in Krakow. Designed in the second half of the 13th century, it was a part of the representative route from the church of St. Florian at Wawel. Although most of the...More
Visited on Friday 6th October. We walked along this street on our way from the Market Square to St Florians Gate.
This street is only a few hundred yards long but stretches from the main square to the gatehouse and basilica. It is full of various types of shops from designer labels to little souvenir shops. It also has various restaurants and bars including a McDonald's....More