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St. Florian's Gate (Brama Florianska)

Ul. Pijarska, Krakow 31-015, Poland
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Encircling the Old Town district, this 14th-century gate and its four towers are the remnants of the city's fortifications, most of which were destroyed at the beginning of the nineteenth century.
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“gothic tower” (11 reviews)
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Ul. Pijarska, Krakow 31-015, Poland
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Not because it's great but because it's right in the old town. I Would either walk around the park that sorrounds the old town and enter through the gate or exit via the gate and stroll through the park. There are plenty of nice cafes...More

Thank Conordaviid
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

St. Florian, patron Saint of firefighters, guards Florianska street.-Gate into barbican area. It is part of the city wall,neat tourist attraction.

Thank TennesseeFlorence
Reviewed 1 week ago

The pretty road leading to St. Florian's gate is very nice, with shops and cafes. The gate itself is beautiful and well worth a visit.

Thank Na L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

St. Florian's Gate is one of the best-known Polish Gothic towers, and a focal point of Kraków's Old Town. It was built in the 14th century. It is at then end of the pedestrian street- Ulica Flornianska- so when you are walking this lovely street...More

Thank Sally6
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Florian's Gate is one of the gates of the old town of Krakow, probably the most beautiful one. It is close The barbican, and here begins the very known Florianska, a pedestrian street in the old town, where there are a lot of important buildings....More

Thank AlbertSalichs
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

St Florian's Gate is the only surviving one of the original eight gates if the medieval city fortifications. Built in the 14th century, it's one of the most photographed monuments in Krakow. This façade is decorated with an eighteenth century relief of St Florian hence...More

Thank The-Royal-Road
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The road on the right upper side of the main square takes you up the florianska, Here you get lots of food, drink shops and kantors (travel exchange). Please take time to go down the alley ways as there are some deals to be had....More

Thank AReid2013
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Good to walk past and have a quick look, but will only take 5 minutes of your time as there isn't much to see. Worth seeing though!

Thank Charlotte G
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Came across the gate at the end of a busy shopping street up from the main square then walked around the old city walls through the parks surrounding the city. Very pleasant walk indeed

Thank RayL1892
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

St Florian's Gate is without a shadow of a doubt one of the best examples of a Gothic Tower you will find in Poland. It's the focal point of Ul Florianska which is one of the most touristic streets in Krakow. Constructed in the 14th...More

Thank Neil K
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