The atmosphere of the classy patio of Kraków’s oldest hotel Pod Różą will take you to charming Italian alleyways. It impresses with its beautiful interior, especially the light coming through the glass ceiling. The kitchen skilfully mixes Polish and Italian flavours. It’s a tribute paid to history, as the owner of the Renaissance building which today houses the hotel was Prosper Provana, a courtier of Queen Bona. The Polish part of the menu offers the best products of the region in innovative interpretations, and the Italian classics are prepared by the sister-restaurant Amarone. You can’t ever go wrong with their classics: carefully cooked fish or expertly prepared game. PSST! One of the widest selection of wines in Poland – the local Vinoteka is home for more than 300 labels.