Florianska Street or Ulica Florianska leads you from the Barbican to the Main Market Square. This view of St. Mary’s is one you have probably seen a million times if you’ve been researching your trip to Krakow, and this is exactly where people take it.
Florianska Street is your hub to find some local art or catch a little band play a traditional Polish folk song. Along the Brama Florianska, local artists, and students, hang and sell their work. Along the street are lots of souvenir stores and restaurants. Our suggestions would be to stop by the handmade in Krakow store, grab a Mad Dog (Wściekły pies) shot at Pijalnia Wodki i Piwa, some cake and coffee at Jama Michalika, or even stop by one of the museums along the road as well!