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Bonarka invites you for autumn collections.
Autumn melancholy? Do not waste time for the sulk show.
Dazzle, add some chic to your life.
Stand out from the crowd.
Discover new PODWALE style
and change the rainy weather like gloves,
dresses, coats and armfuls of other fashion whims.
Plastic is not fantastic. Bonarka launches an educational project
In our center, we implement the educational project "Don't be plastic", which is part of the strategy of socially responsible business.
The basic assumption of the "Do not be plastic" project is education by increasing awareness of the dangers arising from the non-reflective use of plastic packaging (in particular made of non-biodegradable materials).
ECO-box in Bonarka
The appearing of the ECO-BOX in Bonarka is part of a wider educational campaign organized by MPO Krakow, which is to sensitize for the proper utilization of the so called problem waste - electro-waste and medical waste. Thanks to it, the center's customers will get rid of unwanted items in an environmentally safe way.
You can throw various types of electrowaste into the ECO BOX, including batteries, CDs and DVDs, light bulbs, cables and small electronics.
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In the free of charge application you will find promotions and discount coupons for shops and restaurants available in the Bonarka shopping center.
October 20th is a non-trade Sunday
On that day we invite you to the Cinema City, which will be opened according to the repertoire schedule as well as to cafes, restaurants and service outlets. On Fridays and Saturdays, shopping center is opened til 10:00 PM
Zara showroom will be reopened on October 24th
Zara showroom will be reopened on October 24th in a completely new, modernized version and with much larger trade space, which will now occupy two floors.
Esotiq lingerie reopened in a new location
The Esotiq lingerie showroom has been reopened in a new location on level 1 near by the Homla store.
The Bonarka City Center was opened on 21 November 2009 as the “new urban centre”. BCC is a contemporary interpretation of the streets and marketplaces network. The building was constructed from high-quality natural materials (stone, wood, glass). The selection of materials used on the façade and elevation reflects the industrial past of the area and refers to a traditional metropolitan shopping arcade present in the building development of Polish cities at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries.
The glass surfaces that cover the complex have been designed to let through as much natural light as possible. Skylights framed by brick walls make the interiors look as if bathed in light. The unusual design is also highlighted by golden and almost white granite on the floor that gives passageways and streets additional warmth.
The square with a unique fountain is the most characteristic place in the whole Bonarka centre. There are three huge pavilions which feature cosy coffee and cake shops designed as a combination of beams and arched pillars made from glued timber located in the main passageways. Wooden bridges bring different spaces together while glass and metal balustrades create typical urban atmosphere.
- Commercial space: over 92,000 sq.m;
- Total space: 234,000 sq.m.;
- 230 brands, including main tenants: Auchan, Leroy Merlin, Cinema City, Media Expert;
- Over 30 restaurants and coffee shops;
- 3,200 free parking spots;
Bonarka is a unique place in the Kraków’s landscape. It is a part of Podgórze, a historic district situated on the southern bank of the Vistula River. Since the end of the 19th century it had been the site of the Cement Factory. In 1948, using some of the old machinery, the Bonarka National Phosphates Factory was founded here. Later its name was changed to the Bonarka Chemical Factory. It was finally shut down in 2003.
Years of negligence, overexploitation and lack of care resulted in the destruction of the Bonarka’s premises. Its thorough recultivation was necessary to create a people-friendly urban development. It’s one of the biggest, if not the biggest, recultivation project of a former industrial plant in Poland. BCC is an example of comprehensive operations on three different levels (ecology, infrastructure and social function) fully funded by the investor.
Preparation of the premises included:
- Recultivating the industrial site of the former Bonarka Chemical Factory, which consisted of demolition works (55,000 m³), removing sedimentation tanks filled with waste (calcium fluoride, ca. 210,000 tons), removing hot spots and levelling works. The investor’s expenditure was 11.6 million EUR.
- Rebuilding and expanding the water and sewage system, the drainage system as well as the heating and gas system around the centre. The cost amounted to more than 300,000 EUR.
- Rebuilding and expanding the transport system around the centre connected with the city road infrastructure, which significantly facilitated smooth and easy access to the whole complex as well as connected and activated the investment site of ca. 30 hectares around the BCC at the same time. All the road investments, fully funded by the investor, were granted to the City of Kraków. The investor’s expenditure for this purpose was 16.1 million EUR.
How to get to the Center
Access by bus
You will conveniently reach Bonarka by one of the public bus lines no. 144, 164, 169, 173, 174, 179 and 184.
Coming from the city center, take the lines 144, 164, 169, 173 or 179 southbound and get off at the “Bonarka” or “Puszkarska” stop (line 164).
Coming from the vicinity of Prokocim, choose line 144, 173 or 184 and get off at the “Bonarka” stop.
Coming from Kurdwanów or Wola Duchacka, choose line 164, 169, 174 or 179 and get off at the “Bonarka” or “Puszkarska” stop (line 164).
Access by car
Coming from the center or south of Cracow head for Kamieńskiego street.
Coming from Huta Sendzimira, exit to Kamieńskiego from Aleja Powstańców Śląskich.
Coming from Kurdwanów, turn into Puszkarska in front of the bus depot.
Driving the A4 motorway, take the “Łagiewniki” exit and then, going along Turowicza street, take the “CH Bonarka” exit heading to Przyjaźni Polsko-Węgierskiej street.
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tel. 504 108 936
Cracow August 21st, 2019.
Monki enters Poland. Soon opening of the first showroom in Bonarka
This summer, the Swedish clothing brand will debut in Poland. It’s first showroom will be opened on August 29th at 11:00 in Bonarka. In a store of a total surface of 400 m2, a passion for fashion will combine with innovative solutions designed in accordance with the latest Monki’s concept.
Read more (Polish):
Monki wchodzi do Polski. Pierwszy salon w Bonarce
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Please find below our regulations:
Fri - Sat 10:00-22:00
According to the repertoire
Fri - Sat 7:00-21:30
Bonarka Shopping Center
30-644 Cracow, Poland
10:00 – 21:00 (everyday)
Tel. +48 12 298 60 00
Shopping mall Office
09:00 – 17:00 (Mon-Fri)
Tel. +48 12 298 60 01
Fax. +48 12 298 60 02