In the vicinity
Surrounded by monuments
The location of the Regent in the historic district makes every visit to the hotel a meeting with a colourful and rich history of the city. Many of the adjacent buildings were designed by an artist, architect and respected monuments restorer from Krakow, Karol Knaus. Therefore, you may simply go out for a walk to be able to enjoy real architectural gems.
Jewish Heritage Route
Kazimierz is a place where Jewish and Christian cultures have merged. The evidence of this several-century-long coexistence can be found at every turn. Among the historic buildings, churches deserve special attention, in particular, Corpus Christi Basilica, St. Catherine Church and Pauline Fathers Monastery, as well as the synagogues. In the oldest of the synagogues (at Szeroka street), Jewish collections of the Historical Museum of the City of Krakow are currently exhibited.
A magnet for artists
Kazimierz is becoming more and more famous among tourists and artists. The reason for that is mainly the unusual atmosphere of the district and its numerous cultural centres. Only a few steps away from the hotel, there is the Bez Rzedow Theatre (Theatre Without Rows). In your free time, you may also choose to go to the Krakow Chamber Opera, the Nowy Theatre, the Freeday Theatre, the Eloe Theatre or the Barakah Theatre. In Kazimierz there are also several interesting museums, including the Ethnographic Museum, the Galicia Jewish Museum and the Museum of Municipal Engineering. On the top of all, there are numerous festivals, including the most famous one, the Jewish Culture Festival.
Sophisticated entertainment zone
Those seeking entertainment will appreciate the proximity of Galeria Kazimierz and numerous clubs, restaurants and pubs. An important advantage of Kazimierz is also its location in the immediate vicinity of the Old Town. Taking a short walk, you can easily reach the Market Square and the Wawel Castle.