Park im. H. Jordana
55 locals recommend ·
Tips from locals
A great park within walking distance from the Old town. It's got something for everyone. Great kids playgrounds, a skate park, basketball, tennis, volleyball, even petanque!
Jordan Park, also known as Jordan's Garden or Park Jordana, was established in 1889 as the first public playground in Kraków, Poland, and the first of its kind in Europe.
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