Krakow

City Defensive Walls

  ul. Pijarska ,   Old Town          (+48) 12 421 13 61     09 Oct 2020

This small, seasonal 'museum' (open from April until the end of October only) is in turns uninformative and overly informative, but basically it gives you a chance to climb around what's left of Kraków's 13th century defensive walls. Pass a few silly mannequins in medieval dress, before walking the length of wall between two towers and getting a description of the other 40-odd towers demolished by the Austrians in the 18th century. Enjoy views and great photo opportunities over Floriańska Street, but generally a visit to the Barbican is more interesting and informative; fortunately your ticket includes entry to the Barbican as well.

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Open 10:00-17:00; closed 2nd Monday of each month. Closed from November 1 to March 31.

Price/Additional Info

Admission 12/8zł. Ticket includes admission to the Barbican and Celestat.

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16.07.2019
Stefan Tejk
Kraków
Wow. Rather snobbish, that. This fellow must have been having a bad day. For the rest of you, please come to our city and see for yourselves. I think you’ll be surprised at the beauty of the place. You’ll see more silly English-speaking tourists than silly manikins, I guarantee.
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