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Welcome to Krakow


If you believe the legends, Kraków was founded upon the defeat of a dragon, and it’s true a mythical atmosphere permeates its attractive streets and squares.

Wawel Castle; which has a major draw for tourists , while the Old Town contains soaring churches, impressive museums and the vast Rynek Główny, Europe’s largest market square. In the former Jewish quarter, Kazimierz, remnant synagogues reflect the tragedy of the 20th century, just as its lively western quarter symbolises the renewal of the 21st. Here and throughout the Old Town are hundreds of restaurants, bars and clubs.

However, there’s more to the former royal capital than history and nightlife. As you walk through the Old Town, you’ll sometimes find yourself overwhelmed by the harmony of a quiet back street, the ‘just so’ nature of the architecture and light. It’s at times like these that Kraków reveals its harmonious blend of past and present, an essential part of any visit to Poland.

Located in a fantastic location at the foot of Wawel Hill, the Hotel Pod Wawelem, which translates to ¿under Wawel Castle¿, could not be in a better location in the cultural capital of Poland. Contemporary elegance and comfort is combined with..
Superbly situated in the heart of Krakow, the Hotel Poleski offers spacious and comfortable accommodation on the banks of the Vistula River. With a stay in this luxurious hotel, guests will have spectacular views of the river, Wawel castle and the whole..
The Polonia Hotel is a three star property that first opened its doors in 1917 and occupies a great spot in the heart of the old city of Krakow. From here all of Krakow¿s main attractions can easily be reached on foot and there are beautiful views..
** Winner of the Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence 2014 ** Ideally placed in the heart of Krakow¿s Kazimierz district, the Hotel Regent offers charming accommodation that provides an attractive base to experience the unique culture and history..
The Hotel Rezydent is superbly located in the very heart of Krakow. With a stay in the accommodation, you will find yourself within a short stroll of over 6,000 of Krakow¿s architectural monuments. Each of its 59 tastefully decorated and air-conditioned..
Located in the Ruczaj district in a quieter part of Krakow, the Hotel Ruczaj offer spacious and comfortable accommodation that is still easily accessible to the 6,000 architectural monuments found in the cultural capital of Poland. Make yourself at home..
The Hotel Secesja is ideally located in the very heart of Kraków, offering luxurious and spacious accommodation that is minutes from everything this historical city has to offer. Make yourself at home in one of the 27 tastefully decorated and air-conditioned..
The Hotel Senacki is ideally located in the very heart of Krakow just steps from some of the most important landmarks in this historic town. Make yourself at home in one of 20 guestrooms that are elegantly decorated in a traditional style with exposed..
Housed in a 12th-Century monastery, the Hotel sw. Norberta offers bright and spacious rooms for families, couples or business travellers looking for a peaceful place surrounded by nature. The hotel is 9 km away from the railway and bus station, which..
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Hotel Travel offers pet-friendly accommodation in Kraków, 8 km from Schindler Factory Museum. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Free private parking is available on site.The rooms are fitted with a flat-screen..
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