Great place - Krakow's Jewish quarter, and no stag parties, well, I didn't see any.
The Tempel synagogue is a must-see, lots of nice cafes and bars as well. A friend of mine told me about this website - www.jewishkrakow.net - got lots of information on Kazimierz, but it seems like it's just got started so lacks information on hotels and the like. Looks promising though.
Kazimierz is about 15/20 minute walk from the Krakow's main market square, alternatively get a tram,, 2.50 zloty for a one way ticket, or a taxi, 10-15zloty from the main market.
The synagogue is unique in itself because it is only one of three which survive in Spain (the other two are in Toledo). Forunately, this synagogue built in 1316 survived the Jewish expulsion of 1492 and so it is a testament to the revered religious mix of Córdoba. It has some fine stucco work and a womens' gallery.
C/Judíos in Córdoba's Jewish district.
Entry is free to EU citizens (passport needed)
Opening hours are Tues-Sat 9.30am-2pm and 3.30-5.30pm.
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