23RD WONCA Europe Conference




With LOVE KRAKOW card you will get:

  • unlimited access to public transport in Krakow from 24th until 27th May 2018!

  • free access to 15 museums and tourist attractions around Krakow!

How to purchase the LOVE KRAKOW package?

1. Log in to your account in Coffee registration system

2. Go to the tab Additional services & fees

3. Add LOVE KRAKOW package to your account and make payment

4. Collect the card during registration on site

The price for LOVE KRAKOW package is 12€ 

Access to the public transport includes all trams, city and agglomeration buses, day and night lines. Timetables available HERE

See the lists of available museum and tourist attractions within LOVE KRAKOW package:

1. The Krzysztofory Palace

35 Rynek Główny
phone +48 12 426 50 60

The Krzysztofory Palace is the headquarters of the Historical Museum of the City of   Krakow. Currently, the Krzysztofory Palace is under renovation. In the west wing there  is an exhibition ofCyberteka - Krakow, time and space, which presents the spatial and urban development of Krakow from pre-founding times until 1909-1915.

Opening times:
opening hours of exibitionCyberteka - Kraków time and space
Tuesday - Sunday 10.00 am - 5.30 pm
*On Tuesday admission free - permanent exhibition

2. The Town Hall Tower

Rynek Główny
phone +48 12 426 43 34

The Town Hall Toweris among the architectural landmarks of Krakow. For about 700 years, it has been the emblem of the city's political and economic power, and of its municipal tradition.

Opening times:

Summer season (March - October)
Monday - Sunday 10.30 am - 6.00 pm

3. The Barbican

Basztowa St.
phone +48 12 422 98 77

The Barbican, a relic of medieval city defences, constructed in 1498-1499, is one of only few structures of this kind in Europe that have been preserved up to our times. Today, its attractions include knight fights, and court dances shows, and medieval genre scenes reenactments.

Opening times:
Summer season (April - October)
Monday - Sunday 10.30 am - 6.00 pm
closed on every second Monday of the month
winter season (November - March) closed

4. City Defence Walls

Pijarska St.
phone +48 12 421 13 61

City Defence Walls, with three medieval towers (traditionally defended by the guilds of woodworkers, carpenters and haberdashers), St. Florian's Gate and the Barbican, form an invaluable complex − a relic of the old Krakow's defence system, with a specialtourist route.

Opening times:

Summer season (April - October)
Monday - Sunday 10.30 am - 6.00 pm
closed on every second Monday of the month

5. Celestat

16 Lubicz St
phone +48 12 429 37 91

Celestat, with the permanent exhibition onThe History of Krakow Fowler Brotherhood and City Defences, is located in a genuine, historic seat of one of the oldest Polish rifle clubs. The core of the exhibition is the collection of Krakow's champion shots' portraits and regalia, including the most precious Silver Fowl, which - as the legend has it - was a gift of King Sigismund II Augustus himself. From December to February, thePost-Competition Exhibition of Krakow's Nativity. Scenes will be presented here.

Opening times:

Winter season (November - March):
Tuesday - Saturday 9.30 am - 5.00 pm
Summer season (April - October): Tuesday*-Sunday 10.30 am - 6.00 pm

6. The Cross House

Szpitalna Street 21
(the branch is closed until July 2018)

The Cross House branch is a theater, in which works are underway to change the exhibition concept and to prepare a new permanent exhibition devoted to the history of Krakow's theater. It constantly creates temporary exhibitions, conducts research, secures and provides collections, and continues its efforts to acquire new theatrical collections for the museum.

7.The Hipolit House

3 Marciacki Sq
phone +48 12 422 42 19

The Hipolit Houseis one of few museums of burgher interiors. The branch presents townspeople's material culture, as well as the history of morals, customs and everyday life of Krakow's patriciate. The permanent exhibition The History of Burgher Interiors shows you how the residents of Krakow used to furnish their rooms.

Opening Times:
Wednesday* - Sunday 10.00 am - 5.30 pm
*On Wednesday admission free.

8.The Olde Synagogue

24 Szeroka St.
phone +48 12 422 09 62

This temple is the oldest synagogue that has been preserved in Poland. It was built in the beginning of the 15th century by the Jewish community of the town of Kazimierz, in the vicinity of Krakow. The branch collects exhibits connected with the history of Jews, and especially of the Krakow's Jewish community, disseminating the knowledge of their life, culture and tradition.

Opening Times:

 Summer season (April - October)
Monday* 10.00 am - 2.00 pm
Tuesday - Sunday 9.00 am - 5.00 pm
*On Monday admission free

9. Pomorska Street

2 Pomorska St.
phone +48 12 633 14 14

The basic task of this branch is to commemorate the place of torture and execution of thousands of people during the Second World War, i.e. cells of the former Gestapo prison in Krakow, located in the so-called Silesian House (Dom Śląski), which is now the branch seat. Permanent exhibitionPeople of Kraków in Times of Terror 1939-1945-1956shows the tragic fate of Krakow's citizens - victims of German, Soviet, and People's Republic of Poland's apparatus of repression in 1939-1945, and 1945-1956.

Opening hours:

Summer season (April - October)
Tuesday* - Sunday 10.00 am - 5.30 pm
*On Tuesday admission free

10. The Eagle Pharmacy

18 Bohaterów Getta Square
phone +48 12 656 56 25

The ExhibitionTadeusz Pankiewicz's Pharmacy in the Kraków Ghettois located in the reconstructed interiors of the Eagle Pharmacy. It describes the years 1941-1943, when the pharmacy was situated within the Kraków Ghetto. It tells the history of the "Jewish quarter" and the owner of the pharmacy, rewarded after the War the medal of the Righteous Among the Nations.

Online Tickets Reservation:www.bilety.mhk.pl

Opening times:

Monday 10.00 am - 2.00 pm (admission free)
Tuesday - Sunday 9.00 am - 5.00 pm
Museum is closed on every 2nd Tuesday of the month. 

11. Oscar Schindler's Enamel Factory

4 Lipowa st.
phone +48 12 257 10 17

The former office building of the Deutsche Emailwarenfabrik now houses the exhibition entitled Krakow under Nazi Occupation 1939-1945, which tells the story of the city itself, and of the fate of its Polish and Jewish residents, during the Second World War. In 45 rooms, the city's past has been evoked in such a way that every visitor can touch that history, and feel the residents' wartime emotions, by himself.

Online Tickets Reservation: www.bilety.mhk.pl

Opening times:

Summer season (April - October)
Monday* 10.00 am - 4 .00 pm
Tuesday - Sunday 09.00 am - 8.00 pm
*On Monday admission free, every first Monday of the month - open to 2 pm
The last admission to the exhibition is 90 minutes before the closing time.

12. The History of Nowa Huta Quarter

16 Słoneczne Estate
phone +48 12 425 97 75

This branch prepares exhibitions related to the history and monuments of Nowa Huta, the youngest district of Krakow. It collects all exhibits connected with that area, including items from the period before the construction of the steelworks and new residential quarter.The branch operates according to the innovative formula of an ecomuseum.

Opening times:

Tuesday* - Sunday 9.30 am - 5.00 pm
*On Tuesday admission free

13. The Zwierzyniec House

41 Królowej Jadwigi St.
phone +48 12 427 30 38

The branch is located in a former family home of the masonry master Jan Florczyk, in the heart of the old village Zwierzyniec. The branch organizes temporary exhibitions about Zwierzyniec and other suburbs of Krakow. In the branch, it is possible to visit the permanent exhibition devoted to the life in the district in the late 19th and early 20th century.

Opening times:

Tuesday* - Sunday 9.30 am - 5.00 pm
 *On Wednesday admission free

14. Thesaurus Cracoviensis

337 Księcia Józefa St.
phone +48 12 422 51 47

Thesaurus Cracoviensis is the only storeroom of museum collections open to the public in Poland and one of the few in the world. Thanks to the modern interior design, visitors cansee exhibits that were previously stored in inaccessible warehouses, including paintings, graphics, numismatics, military items or Krakow's nativity scenes. The attraction of the branch is the possibility of observing live work of renovators.

 Mandatory ticket booking:  info@mhk.pl

Opening hours:

Fri* - Sat 10.00-16.00

15. Rynek Underground

Rynek Główny

phone +48 12 426 50 60


The underground museum is the first of its kind in Poland, and unique on a global scale too. The "Following the Traces of European Identity of Kraków" exhibition is a multimedia show as well as a journey through time - allowing visitors to not only see the history of the origins of the legendary city, but also to touch them! In the archaeological park located 4 metres below the surface of Krakow's Market Square, you will see a section of medieval Krakow come alive, something as yet unprecedented in Europe.

Online Tickets Reservation:www.podziemiarynku.com

Opening Times:

Summer season (April - October)

Monday 10.00 am - 8.00 pm

Tuesday 10.00 am - 4.00 pm

Wednesday - Sunday 10.00 am - 10.00 pm


*Exhibition is closed on every second Monday of the month.

*The last admission to the exhibition is 90 minutes before the closing time.


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