Krakow's Medieval Market Square remains the focal point of this emergent city, which now boasts a wealth of modern cafes & bars to compliment the gothic castle, ancient churches & museum.
Krakow's Medieval Market Square remains the focal point of this emergent city, which now boasts a wealth of modern cafes & bars to compliment the gothic castle, ancient churches & museum. There is also the opportunity for a sobering visit to Auschwitz-Birkenau.
Hotels available in Krakow
Best Western Krakow Old Town is in an excellent location just a very short walk from the Old Town Square and within easy walking distance of both Wawel Castle and the Kazimierz (Jewish) district. There is also a tram stop virtually on the doorstep for those who want to explore further afield.
The hotel has been fully refurbished and now has a bright, modern decor throughout.
Hotel "Kazimierz" is situated in the heart of Kazimierz - former Jewish district. Walking distance to the Old Town Square is 15 - 20 minutes and to Wawel Castle it`s 10 - 15 mins. There`s a selection of cafes, bars and restaurants ajacent, and a wider variety within a short walk.
Hotel Rezydent is in a fantastic location, just off the Old Town square. However, guests have to realise that being so centrally located, some noise from the busy square may be experienced. Countless shops, bars and restaurants are in the immediate area. Wawel Castle and the Kazimierz (Jewish) district are both within easy walking distance (15 - 20 minutes).
RT Hotel Regent is located in the heart of the atmospheric Kazimierz (Old Jewish) district of Krakow. All the main sights are within walking distance. The historical sights of Kazimierz are virtually on the doorstep, with Wawel Castle reachable within about 10 minutes and the Old Town Square just 15 - 20 minutes walk away. If guests prefer, there is also an efficient tram service serving all areas of the city.
In an excellent location close to the Old Town Square and within easy walking distance of all the main sights of the city. Hotel Wielopole has a single step into reception, there is a nice breakfast room which also doubles as a restaurant and bar during the day and into the evening.
There are lots of shops, bars & restaurants in the immediate area, with the Old Town square approx 5 minutes walk and both Kazimierz (Jewish district) and Wawel Castle within a comfortable 15 - 20 minutes or so walk.