Wołodkowiczów Palace

Wołodkowiczów Palace is a historic building located in the very centre of Krakow at ul. Lubicz 4, in the immediate vicinity of Krakow Main Railway Station and Galeria Krakowska shopping centre.

An important advantage to the facility is transport communication that brings together close to 20 tram and bus line connections. In addition, the only pedestrian area is along the western facade of the building and connects the railway station, shopping centre with the old town.

The distance from the Palace to the main square of the Old Town is only 700 m.

Wołodkowiczów Palace dates from the nineteenth century and like tens of historic sites in the centre of Krakow, is a magnet for visiting domestic and foreign tourists whose annual number is almost 9 million.

The Palace building is surrounded by prestigious hotels, sacred objects, museums, restaurants and monuments.

The Jan Nowak Jeziorański Square (emissary of the Home Army headquarters and the Polish Government in London, a longtime director of the Polish Section of Radio Free Europe), is in the northern part of the Palace which in winter turns into an ice rink and Galician Advent Fair.

Convenient arrangement of rooms


The Wołodkowiczów Palace is a unique, four-storey building where you can still admire the decorative stucco work on the walls of the first floor and parquet floors of various types of wood, which are the remains of the former luxury interior fittings.