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- Odys from United States stayed in the Amadeus Hotel
Everyone was very helpful to us considering that the airlines lost our luggage for over a day. The Staff helped us with supplies and information that made those 24 hours much more comfortable. Everthing else was just added comfort.
- Jacqueline from United Kingdom stayed in the Amadeus Hotel
The hotel was beautiful and clean with well appointed rooms. The staff were exceptionally helpful and cheerful and provided me with any information that I asked for. In all a lovely hotel which I hope to visit again in the future and would have no reservations about recommending to friends and family.
- Amy from United States stayed in the Astoria Hotel
I loved staying at trhis hotel. It was very clean and the staff was there were extremly nice! I felt very welcomed there and would stay there agin.
- William from United States stayed in the Atrium Hotel
This hotel is in an excellent location, only a 5-minute walk from the town't historic center. It is recently remodeled and very clean. Everything in the hotel room, including bathroom fixtures, is new and clean. There was a problem with my reservation upon arrival and the hotel manager went above and beyond to resolve to my satisfaction, all the while assuring me that she would do her best. Which she did! Breakfast buffet is also very nice with a good assortment of food and beferage, very clean restaurant. I highly recommend this hotel.
- Nico Johan from Netherlands stayed in the Cracovia Hotel
The situation of the hotel is good; also if you drive a car. The personal staf was very friendly. The rooms were simply but complete and clean. The breakfast was sufficient.
- Steen from Denmark stayed in the Cracovia Hotel
Me and my wife stayed at Hotel Cracovia 4 nights, and we were both very satisfied with the room and the restaurant. I have been at Hotel Cracovia many times since 1966 - room, nightclub and restaurant, silvesterparties etc.
- David from Australia stayed in Floryan Hotel
The hotel had not been our first choice as the Hotel Alexander had no vacancies at the time. I can say however that we enjoyed our stay at the Floryan and would use it again if we return to Krakow. I cannot comment on whether there was more than one standard of room as we specificaly requested a first floor room. The room however was clean and spacious with a very adequate ensuite. It was a benefit to be able to open the window and let in fresh air as the local temperatures were quite ward at the time. The hotel's proximity to the main square was a definite benefit
Tourists attractions in Krakow
Main Square - the Main Square (Rynek Glowny) is the central part of Krakow, and the biggest
medival market square in Europe. The square is a place of many events, festivals, concerts, fairs, presentations, and Poland's largest New Year's Party.
Almost all houses in the Main Square are of historical interest.
Tourist will also find here numerous shops, restaurants, and pubs.
Royal Route - historic Royal Route leading from the Barbican and St Florian's Gate, along the Floriańska street to the Main Market Square, and then along Grodzka and Kanonicza streets to the Wawel Castle
Wawel Castle the renaissance royal palace of Polish Kings where you can admire
the royal chambers, collections of Oriental art, military trophies and archaeological specimens.
The amazing collection of Flemish tapestries (arrasy) of amazing beauty is worth seeing.
In the Wawel Cathedral you can witness the history of Poland seeing sarcophagi of Kings of Poland.
The gold-plated dome of the Sigismund Chapel is the best example of Renaissance art.
There are also many interesting temporary exhibitions.
Stained-glass windows by Stanisław Wyspiański in the Franciscan Church
Mummified bodies in the crypts of a Baroque Reformed-Franciscan monastery and the church of St. Casimir in the Old Town
Kazimierz - renovated former Jewish district with narrow streets, unique tenament houses, antique shops, reaturants and bars
Kosciuszko Hill - viewing place to admire a panorama of historical and contemporary Krakow
Nowa Huta District - example of socialist realism architecture
- Cloth Hall (Sukiennice) - is the lendmark of Krakow. In historic times it was the place where travelling marchants
used to sell exotic products from the East. Nowadays it housed the Gallery of 19th century Polish Art.
- St Mary's Church - the icon of Krakow referred to as a basilica,
with a monumental alter created by the Nuremberg master, Wit Stwosz.
Castles and palaces
- Wawel Castle - palace museum
- Bishop's Palace (Palac Biskupski) - Franciszkanska street, the second largest palace in Krakow
- Decius Park and Palace - Krolowej Jadwigi street
- Krzysztofory Palace - main square
- Wieliczka - the salt mines
- Tyniec with monumental Benedictine Abbey
- Auschwitz (Oswiecim) - Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum
- Renaissance Palace in Pieskowa Skala
- Niepolomice Palace
- Ojcow National Park
Parks, gardens and recreation areas
- Plant garden
the green walking promenade surrounding the main square of Krakow
- Las Wolski Forest
- Krakow Zoo
- Botanical Gardens in Mikołaja Kopernika street
- Decius Park and Palace - Krolowej Jadwigi street
- Jordan Park in Aleja 3 Maja
Museums of Krakow
- Wawel Castle
Center, pl. Zamkowy 4,
- Collegium Maius - university museum with medieval scintific instruments
- Museum of Stanislaw Wyspianski
- Old Synagogue
- The Czartoryskis Museum - Sw. Jana Street, collection of European art, antiques including the Lady with an ermine by Leonardo da Vinci
- Archeology Museum with Slavonic god, four faced Swiatowit
- Manggha Centre of Japanese Art and Technology with the Japonica collection
- Pharmacy Museum - Florianska street, the biggest in Europe museum of old pharmacy equippment and various curios
- Jan Matejko's House