Area Attractions

Steeped in history and culture, experience all that the city has to offer while staying with us at Hyatt Place Krakow. Our location is close to the city’s main attractions, whether you want to start your day strolling through the meadows of the Błonia Krakowskie Park, head to the Old Town for sightseeing, visit the city’s National Museum, or experience the famous Market Square for your evening plans.

Hyatt Place Krakow

Aleja 3 Maja 47a
Krakow, Poland, 30-062



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Wawel Castle Wisla River Krakow Aerial Dusk
Blonia Meadow Krakow Foggy Morning Old Town View
Krakow Main Market Square Day

Błonia Krakowskie Park

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Merely 500 meters from the hotel, you can find yourself in one of Poland’s national heritage sites: the Błonia Krakowskie Park, which hosts the largest outdoor concerts and events in Krakow. Technically considered a meadow, this vast park of 50 hectares is loved by the locals for their daily strolls, runs and dog walking. It’s the perfect place to take a stroll and enjoy what Krakow’s urban nature has to offer. The green belt also has benches and refreshment stands on offer for tourists to relax and enjoy.

National Museum

1,2 Km
A quick15-minute walk from the hotel, Krakow’s National Museum is the largest museum in Poland, consisting of 21 departments, all divided by different time periods in Art and history. With a variety of permanent and temporary exhibitions on display, this museum is perfect for art lovers and a great way to immerse oneself in Polish art and culture. It houses a collection of over 7,50,000 items including sculptures, armory, coins, paintings, and other artworks, including permanent displays from the works of Leonardo da Vinci, Rembrandt, and Jan Mostaert.

Wawel Castle

2,5 Km
Located on Wawel Hill, the ancient political and cultural center of Poland, the magnificent 14th-century Wawel Royal Castle is a must-visit site. A UNESCO world heritage site, the castle was the home to Polish Kings for centuries, and today remains one of the most visited attractions in the country. If you are feeling adventurous, stroll a few minutes from the castle to visit the mythical and famous Wawel cave, which was home to Krakow’s famous Wawel Dragon.

Main Market Square (Old Town)

2,5 Km
The famous Market Square in the center of Old Town is the pride and joy of the royal city. Surrounded by historic townhouses and architectural monuments, this medieval square known locally as Rynek Główny is buzzing with restaurants, bars and souvenirs shops. The Square is home to the St Mary’s Basilica, the Krakow Cloth Hall, claimed to be the world’s oldest shopping mall, and the Jagiellonian University, where the famous Copernicus studied.

The Jewish Quarter (Kazimierz)

6,1 Km
Before WWII, Kazimierz was known as the center of Jewish life and culture for over 500 hundred years. Today, this district is one of Krakow’s coolest neighborhoods, bustling with bohemian bars, cafes, art galleries and historical sites. It is visited by tourists from around the world to explore the traces of Jewish history that have survived. The lively weekend market is also worth visiting.