|Location||King George Island (South Shetland Islands)|
|Waters 1||Admiralty Bay|
|Waters 2||King George Bay|
Krakow Peninsula is a peninsula on the south coast of King George Island in the South Shetland archipelago. It separates Admiralty Bay from King George Bay.
Scientists from a Polish Antarctic expedition named the almost entirely ice-covered peninsula Kopuła Krakowa (Polish for Kraków Dome) after the former Polish capital Kraków. The UK Antarctic Place-Names Committee translated this name into English in 1984 in an adapted form as Kraków Peninsula.