One of the best things about going on holiday is throwing your diet out the window and trying unique new foods and eating until your pants don’t fit anymore. And the best place to do this is at a food truck park, that’s because you can sample a wide range of delicious cuisine at the one place. So we have put together this list of the five best food truck parks in Krakow.


Arena Garden Street Food Market

This market is a little bit further out of Krakow but is well worth it. It’s located net to Tauron Arena, and multiple trams go here from the Old Town. The times can be checked at https://jakdojade.pl/krakow. The area has a wide range of food trucks, a relaxing open grass area, and many seats, they also host many open-air events, so it’s good to check their Facebook page before visiting.  

Address: Stanisława Lema 7, 31-571 Kraków

Image source: https://arenagarden.pl/


Street Food Market Kraków

This food truck park is located between Krakow’s next to Krakow’s main shopping center and train/bus station. The park is small but has a very chilled out feel due to its sand-filled courtyard, pallet couches and deckchairs. The park also hosts Krakow’s #1 ice cream shop GoodLood.

Address: Pawia 30, 31-154 Kraków

Image source: https://www.facebook.com/krakowfoodmarket/


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Mural Food Truck Square

Thie small part is the newest food truck park in Krakow, and it is bar far the nicest. This small square is located just outside the main square. The square has a two-story patio bar that is thoroughly heated; it also has a very modern and comfortable dining area and a lush garden and street art.

Address: Krupnicza 24, 31-123 Kraków

Image source: https://www.facebook.com/muralfood/


Judah Food Market

This food truck park is named after the huge graffiti mural by Pil Peled that looks over the square. The mural was painted in July 2013 as part of the Jewish Culture Festival. According to the artist, the lion represents the Jews’ struggle to survive and preserve their culture and the strength to overcome their fears. In contrast, the boy represents fear, vulnerability, and the inner child. You can learn more about this on our Jewish Quarter Free Walking Tour. The square is one of the smaller food truck parks in Krakow but is defiantly worth a visit. Also, across the street, you can also find one of Krakow’s best coffee shops Przestrzeń Pełna Czasu Krk.

Address: Świętego Wawrzyńca 16, 31-060 Kraków

Image source: https://www.facebook.com/JudahFoodMarket/


Plac Izaaka

This food truck park is located next to Isaac Synagogue in the hear of Kazimierz hidden away down one of the many winding ally ways in Kazimierz. This food truck park is a great place to try some polish street food and soak up the history and culture of the Jewish quarter. If you’re looking to soak up some more Jewish Culture and street food then check out our Street Food & Street Art Tour.

Address: Róg ulicy Ciemnej i, Jakuba, 31-057 Kraków