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- 91% from 12 reviews
- +48 (12) 4330033
- ul. Krasinskiego 34
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Kijow.Centrum has transformed this arthouse cinema into Krakow's epicentre of film culture, complete with a cafe, club, and the largest screen in the city. In addition, it plays host to the annual Cracow Short Film Festival and features 3D films. It can be found next to the large Hotel Cracovia, a well-known, though somewhat aesthetically challenged 1970s building. Inside Kijow the quality of sound and picture is unrivaled. Tickets kick off starting at just 14 zlotys on Mondays.
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Katie from United Kingdom Reply
Definitely the most comfortable cinema seats in Krakow and the quality of the picture and sound is amazing! they just need to sort out the popcorn 'shop' - there is always a long queue to get anything there!
Milka from Poland Reply
This cinema is a classic, dates back to the communist times and it used to be by far the flashest cinema , before the era of multiplexes. Worth checking out!
James from United States Reply
Huge screen, great sound, cheap prices. Most of the big films seem to be in English with subtitles, so if you are a visitor, don't be put off. Great value.
Basia from Poland Reply
Very interesting building and fantastic location. We started of with Muzeum narodowe, then walk on Blonia (the green area) then a movie in Kijow. Perfect dayy!
Kamil from Poland Reply
Sympatyczne kino. Zabrałem tam moich bratanków na Shreka w 3D i było naprawdę ok. Bilety dużo tańsze niż do Imaxa. Super lokalizacja!
Natalia from Poland Reply
yes, they have digital projector with 3D, quality 2k (2048 x 1080px)...the biggest screen in Cracow...
Liam from United Kingdom Reply
I heard that they have a huge digital projector in the cinema - is this true? If so, what is the quality like?
Jack from United States Reply
Free wi-fi for all customers:)
julie from United States Reply
my favourite cinema in Krakow. Mikro (little sister of Kijow) is also nice. They play good movies.
Dagny from Poland Reply
The screen at Kijow is big enough to give other cinemas a size complex! Great seats too, great festivals, and all-around one of the best spots for culture and fun in Krakow.
Mikey B from United Kingdom Reply
Best cinema in Krakow!
Pete Baxter from Hong Kong Reply
Huge screen, comfy seats, not too crowded. Bridget Jones even bigger. Quality night out!