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Krakow is a chocolate box city, untouched by the scars left by World War II on other Polish cities, Krakow is the touristic “jewel in the crown” of Poland and the ancient royal capital. A UNESCO world heritage site, the city is ideal for those with a passion for history and architecture whose Old Town is awash with palaces, churches and old merchant houses. Krakow is home to arguably the finest square in Europe, the Rynek Glowny, the perfect place to spend an afternoon and Poland´s oldest university; Jagiellonian University.
If you´re looking for apartments in Krakow or short term holiday rentals we have the perfect accommodation in Krakow suitable for all budgets. From central Krakow apartments at a cheap price to luxury and boutique holiday accommodation outside the Planty (city walls). Generally, the further outside the touristic hotspots of the Stare Miasto and Kazimierz you go the more apartment you will find for your money. However, Krakow is still a cheap city by European standards and a cheap apartment in Krakow city center is usually within most budgets. Choosing this type of short let accommodation is ideal for those who want to explore the city and surrounding area for extended periods of time and need certain facilities like their own kitchen, parking spaces or just want the space to be able to enjoy apartment style living and live like a local.
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John Paul II Krakow Airport is located 11km to the west of Krakow however getting into the city is limited to taxi or bus. Regular bus lines 208, 292 and 902 run via Krakow airport from the city center and take around 40 minutes end to end.
The airport is also served by a shuttle bus running directly from the airport (Terminal 1 and 2) to the city center every 15 minutes.
Getting around Krakow is relatively simple as the entire city is traversable by foot, however if you feel the need to take it easy you can hop on the public buses or the trams that hustle through the city from North to South and East to West.
Krakow is one of the world´s premier student towns and stag/hen party hotspots. Such a concentration of revelers in one place combined with the low cost of alcohol has created an eclectic nightlife scene. However, it´s not all vodka shots and all night bops, Krakow is also home to a vibrant jazz and classical music crowd who hang out in cool-cat lounges in the heart of the old town and Kazimierz.
This vibrant Polish city is a haven of culture and tradition, and Krakow accommodation goes hand in hand with this. On the outskirts there are a number of grand hotels with a range of high-end facilities, whilst central apartments and holiday studios offer a great way to really get stuck into the atmosphere of the city. In addition, youthful hostels emphasise the up and coming nature of the city, which boasts a fantastic nightlife as well as a collection of designer cafes, restaurants, and shops. The accommodation in Krakow is extremely affordable, too, giving you plenty of options to make the most of your stay.
Situated along the river Vistula and close to the Park Krajobrazowy Dolinki Krakowskie, Krakow enjoys an enviable location for those who enjoy walking in nature. The city provides an excellent base for exploring some of Europe´s most beautiful natural countryside and is a hotspot for adventure tourists who enjoy hiking, rock climbing and kayaking. There are a number of organized tours of the park, tours along the river and day excursions to the Tatra Mountains from Krakow city centre.