The name "Plac Szczepański" is due to the church of St. st. Stephen from the 13th century. The church and the cemetery next to it were demolished at the beginning of the 19th century. Until the middle of the last century, Szczepański Square was a city market, then it was transformed into a parking lot. Today it is a place rich in restaurants and cafes, where great dishes and fresh pastries are served.
An additional attraction of this place is the fountain, which has been equipped with a sound system and illumination. On weekends at At 12.00 and 21.15, a 20-minute multimedia performance takes place here, during which jets of water ejected from 27 nozzles are illuminated with light of various colors, and the show is accompanied by classical music.
However, if you do not find dishes for yourself here, then try Polish cuisine with elements of Jewish and fusion in the Esterante Restaurant!