The Barbican (also known as "Rondel") is the northernmost part of the city's defencive fortifications.
Bulit in the 15th century, the building still impress with its appearance.
History lovers will surely find elements typical of the Gothic style in it, but the perfectly preserved condition and unusual structure will surely appeal to everyone.
Currently, the Barbican is one of the branches of the Krakow Museum, used mainly during exhibitions and festivals.
If you want to travel back in time, you must visit this place while walking!