Having been lucky enough to escape the worst of the bombing during the second World War, Krakow has an edge over most other Polish cities when it comes to the amount of historic buildings still standing.
From the Krakow Travel Guide
Just returned from a 4 day visit to Krakow and stayed at the Globus hotel. Stayed with 2 other female guests and the room had 3 single beds which was perfect for our stay. The room was very clean and spacious. We had a fantastic time and would highly reccommend this hotel. It is centrally located between Jewish old town and the Market Square. ... more
It was perfect! There was nothing wrong with place. I would recommend it to anyone. Please ask Paul where the name Karkov from. Lol Johnnie ... more
I stayed here with two of my friends. We had a lovely three bed room with a bathroom just outside in the corridor. The location was fantastic, pretty much a <5min walk to the centre of old town. The staff were very friendly and helpful. And it was so cheap! I would really recommend staying here if you are looking for nice, budget accommodation. ... more
krakow - budapest
somebody PLEASE help me. i can't find a single website on the net which allows me to BOOK a train ticket from krakow to budapest. PLEASE PLEASE HELP!!!!!!! nazz xx ...
Berlin - Krakow
Hello! I want to travel from berlin to krakow in August taking in any interesting places on the way. I know that there is a night train but have heard some weird stories about gassing on the trains - is this true???!! Anyway, it would be nice to take in some other places on the way (possibly go into CR) so ...
Warsaw to Krakow
Hello. Next spring I am travelling to Poland and would like to know what learned travellers would recommend as their preference on public transport options from Warsaw to Krakow. Thank you very much. ...
The Wawel Castle in Krakow, Poland was amazing! So beautiful! There was so much history! Unfortunately, I was not allowed to take pictures inside of the castle, but I took plenty of pictures of the outside! Just a fun fact: I learned that Saint Stanislaus is the patron saint of Poland! I did not know ...
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