What was once a separate town and the Jewish quarter is now a centre of Jewish culture and one of Kraków’s most vibrant, exciting neighbourhoods. While the tragic history of Kraków’s Jewish population hangs heavy, it is the resilience and determination that makes this district inspiring. This is the city’s Jewish cultural heart, and you can see that woven throughout the district’s synagogues, museums, and shops. But this is a neighbourhood that lives in the now and looks to the future with hope and fervour. Take a day and lose yourself in Kazimierz’s beauty and vitality. Head to Szeroka Street for a picture-perfect glimpse of the historic neighbourhood, then let yourself wander. Whether you’re in the mood for a fine dining experience or browsing galleries and boutiques, you’ll leave your time in Kazimierz inspired and full of joy.