Krakow - old town square area versus jewish quarter?
Ok - so I'm going to Krakow with 3 friends - late 30's, early forties. My friends husband has been ill lately and is not able to walk very far (virus has attacked his joints) so the question is - where is best for us to stay - old town square area or Jewish quarter. We plan to to quite a bit of sightseeing so which area has most to see. Also, where are the most (and best) bars and restaurants? If we stay in the old town area are we likely to be in the middle of rowdy stag parties etc or is it ok? Love to hear your experiences, thanks
- TanjuLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
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