Reader-Chosen Best Places of 2008!
When our Ten Best Places of 2006 and Best Places of 2007 turned out to be such a success, we decided that the city's top quality places to eat, sleep, drink, shop and get culture should be rewarded again, so now we present our Best Places in Cracow awards for 2008.
More selective than ever before, our 2008 list is cut down to just 5 Best Places in each category. Each winner has received a plaque and sticker to display in their establishment, meaning that when you see the circular green mark of Cracow Life, you'll know to expect nothing but the best.
Some of these venues have satisfied their visitors from year to year, but of course, there are some newcomers as well, with the Polish Aviation Museum securing a spot as one of our Best Places for Culture in 2008. Spread over multiple hangars on a historic airfield, there's nothing quite like this swashbuckling blast from the past.
With Best Places 2008 in hand you'll never go astray within the city's jungle of things to do. And don't forget to log onto Cracow-Life.com throughout 2009 to continue voicing your opinions on the best (and worst!) in the city.
Above: Galeria Krakowska, one of the 2008 winners
And the winners are...
Best Places to Eat
Best Places to Sleep
Best Places to Drink
Best Places to Shop
Best Places for Culture
Best Places for Services
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Ambra Day Spa - YAY!Reply
good to see some brave new choices in the mix. Having said that - Showtime? Best place to drink? Not in moim zdaniem that's for sure! FOr a place that markets itself as top end it is desperate need of a refurbReply
Balaton serves hungarian food. so it's not just polish & italian:)Reply
Ethnographic museum definitely took the big step in 2008- congratulations!Reply
I can't wait for the day when something that's not Polish or Italian makes the best places to eat list. What Krakow has in quality it lacks in diversity as far as eating establishments go...Reply
Definitely agree with some of the choices! Nostalgia has the best pierogi in the city and is great overall, as is Pod Baranem. Good list for culture too, I agree that the Aviation Museum is one of the best!Reply