Maritime flair is promised by the dreamy lake promenade, which is only a few steps away from the old town and offers a wide view of the Krakow city lake.
The relaxing walkway, which leads guests directly along the Krakow town lake, opens up beautiful views of a Krakow gem and nature worth seeing. The many white benches along the well-kept promenade invite you to linger. Here you will also find the landing stage for passenger boats and a rental station for rowing boats, motor boats and water pedal boats. In the Fischereihof with Fischerhüden you can experience traditional fishing and enjoy fish directly from the smokehouse. Restaurants with lakeside terraces and snack bars invite you to linger or to enjoy "music by the lake" on summer evenings. Also worth seeing are the many thatched boathouses, the lookout tower and the historic bathing establishment on the Jörnberg peninsula, which was built in 1938 and is a listed building. A special highlight is the newly designed 18-square-meter spa forest northeast of the city, which is accessible via two entrance areas. Situated on three peninsulas in the Krakow Binnensee, this area is very idyllic and most of the paths run along the shore of the Krakow lake. Guests and locals alike - like to use the wooded area, which is only a few meters away from the old town - for relaxing walks, hiking, jogging, cycling tours and as a Nordic walking route.