What s stunning hotel in the heart of the city. This beautifully restored building was built nearly 500 years ago and restored only 10 years ago.
There’s more than enough to see and do on a Krakow city break. A city of contrasts, you’ll find a modern feel that blends seamlessly with its cultural and historic attractions.
Walk through Krakow’s medieval Old Town, nosing into baroque churches and ticking off the essential sights of the Jewish Quarter, the commanding Wawel Castle, and Europe’s largest medieval market square.
There are many museums and galleries right on your doorstep here. Further out of town, take a day trip to the Salt Mines for an unusual excursion, exploring miles of tunnels and caverns.
A destination with a hugely youthful feel, Krakow nightlife offers up everything from traditional taverns, Irish pubs, cutting edge clubs, theatres and live music venues. Café culture is increasing in popularity too, with many in the picturesque surroundings of Krakow’s cobbled streets.
Top class restaurants, local markets, horse carriage rides, intimate art galleries – a short break to Krakow will delight and inspire you in equal measure.