What is it about Jewish Quarters and general funkiness. Here, like Budapest, you feel like your in the 'edgy' part of the City. Great restaurants, bars, and the weirdest 'art' galleries I've ever seen. It's not huge, and apparently Krakow is now only home to 200 Jewish citizens, so the Jewish District has a sad historic past which you can easily learn about at the Schindler Factory.
This was my favourite part of Krakow - not to be missed.
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