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Top places of worship recommendations from locals

Church
“The Cloth Hall may be the centerpiece of the Main Market Square, but St. Mary’s Basilica is the the highlight of a visit here. It’s this view of the church that you see so often on travel guides and blog posts, and there is more to do here than to just take a few photos.”
  • 57 locals recommend
Synagogue
“The history and Culture of Jews in Kraków Opening hours: winter season (November – March) Monday 10.00 am - 2.00 pm Tuesday - Thursday, Saturday - Sunday 9.00 am - 4.00 pm Friday 10.00 am - 5.00 pm summer season (April – October) Monday 10.00 am - 2.00 pm Tuesday - Sunday 9.00 am - 5.00 pm”
  • 12 locals recommend
Church
“small but full of history cathedral, one of the most important in Poland. 34 of Polish Kings were buried there and few most important figures as well, interesting medieval bell tower with one largest medieval bell in Europe - The Royal Sigismund Bell from 1520.”
  • 14 locals recommend
Synagogue
“The Remah Synagogue, (Polish: Synagoga Remuh), is named after Rabbi Moses Isserles c.1525–1572, known by the Hebrew acronym ReMA (רמ״א, pronounced ReMU) who's famed for writing a collection of commentaries and additions that complement Rabbi Yosef Karo's Shulchan Aruch, with Ashkenazi traditions and customs. Remah Synagogue is the smallest of all historic synagogues of the Kazimierz district of Kraków. It is currently one of two active synagogue in the city.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Cemetery
“The smallest but soon-to-be most active synagogue in Kazimierz, dating from 1553.”
  • 6 locals recommend
Synagogue
“The Remah Cemetery, or Remuh Cemetery, also known as the Old Jewish Cemetery of Kraków, located in Kraków, Poland, is an inactive Jewish historic cemetery established in 1535. It is located in the Renaissance Kazimierz district of the city beside the 16th-century Remah Synagogue, at 40 Szeroka Street. In 1800, the cemetery was closed and the nearby New Jewish Cemetery was built at 55 Miodowa Street. The cemetery gets its name from Rabbi Moses Isserles, whose name is abbreviated as Remah, who is buried there. Izaak Jakubowicz, donor of the Izaak Synagogue is buried there. During the German occupation of Poland, the Nazis destroyed the cemetery tearing down the walls and ”
  • 5 locals recommend
Church
“A world veneration center of the Image of the Divine Mercy. There is a 77m. tall tower (free entrance - lift or 315 steps) with a view on Krakow city. With good weather Tatra mountains can be seen.”
  • 10 locals recommend
Cemetery
“Not very obvious place to visit, but if you haven't seen an old Polish cementary, it is "must see" (in my humble opinion). Most recommended to visit in November, when it's All Saint's day.”
  • 11 locals recommend
Synagogue
“One of the great, seven synagogues in Krakow's Kazimierz - formely Jewish part of the Old Town”
  • 3 locals recommend
Synagogue
“Zbudowana w latach 40. XVII w. z pieniędzy kasy miejskiej. Ciekawe polichromie”
  • 1 local recommends
Church
“Gotycki, XIVwieczny kościół fundowany przez założyciela miasta Kazimierz Kazimierza Wielkiego, z unikatowym, manierystycznym ołtarzem z XVII wieku . ”
  • 4 locals recommend
Church
“Roman style church (dated back to XII century) on your way to Wolski Forest and Kościuszko Mou”
  • 2 locals recommend
Church
“Beautiful Church on Rynek Podgórski. You can come in on the way to Park Bednarskiego or Kopiec Krakusa!”
  • 6 locals recommend
Church
“Mogiła Abbey is a Cistercian monastery in the Nowa Huta District of Kraków. The abbey was founded in 1222. It was the largest and most impressive church in medieval Poland after Wawel Cathedral.”
  • 2 locals recommend