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Krakow city guide

![](http://content.content.travel-and-food.com/content/images/2017/12/thumbnail-3-1024x683.jpg) Here is a city guide I made for you, it will help you getting ready for your trip and overall knowing what to expect when you land in Krakow! First thing I want to talk about : public transport. Cheap, simple and so practical. Once we got to the city center, we didn’t use it anymore because everything was pretty close. Instead of paying 20€ of taxi to get to the center, take a 5PLN ticket (1,10€). Y

3 cafes to try in Krakow

[http://travel-and-food.com/2017/11/3-cafes-cracovie/thumbnail-65/] Polish are huge coffee drinker, night and day the same. It is not unusual to see them enjoying a big latte at 10pm. So Krakow is full of cute cafes and cake shops, here are three you don’t want to miss : **Green Times [https://www.facebook.com/greentimescoffee/]** Located in Kazimierz, the jewish side of the city, this is a small cake shop but so cute and nice. Prices are reasonable, pastries are tasty and music is good! Her

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Traditional polish eating in Krakòw

[http://travel-and-food.com/2017/11/manger-polonais-cracovie/thumbnaill/] [http://travel-and-food.com/2017/11/manger-polonais-cracovie/huntersaucecabbage/] I put together a list of a few places to eat traditional polish cuisine in Krakow all the while avoiding touristy places. There is a lot of restaurants in this city… Most of them are Italian. Surprised, this I was aha. So here you go for the polish restaurants! Well, before starting maybe I could give you a few tips. – It’s often written