This place has something for everyone – the room in the cellar takes you back to the Middle Ages, while the rooms upstairs, with walls filled with bottles of wine, exhibit a more southern European vibe. The windows overlook a spacious garden, where historic walls, lush vegetation and romantic lighting in the evening create an ideal atmosphere for feasting. The restaurant’s menu changes with the seasons and is founded on products from different parts of Italy. The house specialty are pastas and wines – their expertly composed wine list also features some Polish brands. PSST! The tenement house where La Campana is located used to be a meeting place for the Fraternity of Wawel Bellringers, and the restaurant’s very name is derived from the Italian word for “bell”.