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Krakow Hotels and Apartments

The ancient city of Krakow will lure you with the Gothic-style buildings and hotels and Renaissance architecture. Hotels and apartments in Krakow are spread all over the city. You can find all kinds of accommodations in Krakow - from hostels for solo travellers to luxury 5-star hotels. Some of the best upscale accommodation in Krakow include Grand Hotel, Niebieski Art Hotel and Spa, Andels hotel, Puro, etc. that are known for great service and hospitality. Some of the well-known chain hotels in Krakow like the Radisson Blu, Hilton Garden, Sheraton, Novotel are worth a visit. You can also rent an apartment in Krakow city center and live life like a local. The apartments are also ideal if you wish to stay in Poland for long.

Krakow Overview

The cosmopolitan city of Krakow is located in the southern part of Poland. The Vistula River flows right from the middle of the city. Bielansko Tyniecki Landscape Park adorns the western part of the city and on the east lies the Pobiednik Wielki village. Wegrzce lies on the north while on the south is the Ochojno. Krakow has been the cultural, academic and historical centre of Poland since centuries. The city experiences rainfall all the year round so the best time to book your Krakow holidays is between April to October when there are mild summers in Poland compared to the rest half of the year when it is winter.

Where to Stay on your Krakow Holiday

The city center alone is lined with accommodation for all budgets and tastes. Here you will find hotels for all budgets. Solo travellers can easily find youth hostels as well as studio apartments in Krakow while groups of friends can find deals for 4 or 5 star hotels in Krakow. Krakow is ideal for young crowd and families. You will find several hotels and apartments in Krakow ideal for couples and families. These apartments come with fully equipped kitchen so you can cook your own meals, private pools and terraces for your exclusive gatherings. Apartments are widely preferred by modern travellers as they offer more independence.

Things to See and Do in Krakow

The 13th century main square of the Old Town of Krakow, is not only the biggest attraction in Krakow but also the prime urban hub of modern Krakow and the liveliest place here. Next you can go for a historical tour and check out the various museums and monuments like Krakow Avaition Museum, Oskar Schindler's Museum of contemporary art, Galicia Jewish Museum, Pinball Museum, Museum of the Jagiellonian University, Krakow Cloth Hall, Wawel Castle, St. Mary’s Bascilicca, St. Florian's Gate, etc. Adventure lovers would love to visit the escape rooms, fear factory and the house of fears. The Krakow Cloth Hall is one of the city's most famous icons in the main market square in the Krakow Old Town. You can also visit the Planty Park with medieval walls.

Nightlife in Krakow

Krakow nightlife is centered around the Old Town square in the heart of the town, which is surrounded by endless clubs, bars and restaurants. Frantic, Amnesia, Shine, Four Music, Shisha, are some of the best nightclubs here that are open till break of dawn and attract young party loving crowd from all over the city for happening parties. Jazz lovers can spend an evening enjoying at the Munaika and Harris Piano Jazzbar. You can’t miss going to one of the Brewpubs like the House of Beer, Cybermachina Game, Black Gallery, etc. that offers a wide array of delicious beer and comfort food. If you are looking for places to hangout out with your group in the evenings then the city center is lined with bars like Antycafe, Mercy Brown, Budda, Wodka, etc.

Food options in Krakow

The Polish cuisine is influenced a lot by European cuisines of German, Hungarian, Austrian and French. The traditional Polish cuisine is rich in pork, chicken, beef, winter vegetables and herbs and spices. Food is celebrated everywhere as most of the festivals are incomplete without a specific menu. Some of the Polish dishes worth trying include Bigos, Pierogi, Kielbasa, Kotlet Schabowy, Golabki, Zrazy, Rosol, Flaki, etc. The meals are hearty and mostly comprises of 3 complete courses. There are many restaurants in Krakow offering these traditional as well as other specialties on their menu. You will also find many international cuisines like Italian, French, Indian, Japanese and American fast food joints.

Shopping in Krakow

The ancient city of Krakow has many malls and shopping centers if you are looking to indulge in retail therapy on your Krakow holiday. The largest malls here are Galeria Krakowska and Galeria Kazimierz, thriving with all kinds of branded and designer shops for clothing, footwear, gifts, electronics, etc. Rynek Glówny area has many smaller malls and local shops selling books, stamps, art works, jewelry, clothing, etc. There are many local markets here for buying fresh fruits and vegetables. For those who are looking for cheap shopping or open markets, must visit the flea markets in Krakow. There is one in Plac Nowy every Saturday and Plac Targowy Unitard every Sunday. These markets sell everything from cheap clothing, local arts and crafts, souvenirs, antiques etc.

Trivia facts about Krakow

Before you book your Krakow holiday, you might want to know some interesting facts about it. The Old Town of Krakow is the 1st ever site to be added in the prestigious list of UNESCO World Heritage sites in 1978. It got the title of European Capital of Culture in 2000 and UNESCO City of Literature. The University of Krakow is the second oldest university in central Europe, founded in 1364 by King Casimir II the Great. 4. The Caste of Wawel has a one painting exposition which is Leonardo da Vinci’s “Lady with an Ermine” original.

Fast Facts about Krakow

Currency: Zloty

Language: Polish

Nearest Airport: Saint John Paul II International Airport Kraków–Balice

Direct Flight time from Dublin to Krakow: 2 hours 55 minutes

Transfer time from airport to Krakow: 24 minutes

Time difference between Dublin and Krakow: Krakow is 1 hour ahead of Dublin



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10/10 Amazing

30 December 2017


Great place at Christmas lovely market beautiful.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Christmas market

10/10 Amazing

17 October 2011

Lovely city with some amazing views

Wawel castle is a must see absolutely stunning, also if going to austwich leave early it can take 2 hours to get there and ensure the bus or train times as it can get very busy around 5 oclock getting back to krakow so I would leave earlier, krakow shopping centre is amazing plenty to see with restaurants and shops.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Easy to get around