Bed & Breakfast Kolory

10 Estery Street, Krakow, 31-056, Poland
Bed & Breakfast Kolory
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Evenings with children

by jozebedee

Hi everyone - could someone tell me if there are many things to do in the evenings with children age 15 and 12? We will be going in August, so will hopefully be warm evenings. Are kids OK in some bars in Krakow?
Thanks in advance!

Re: Evenings with children

by sihi


You can can visit aquapark with children. There must be great aquapark in Krakow.


Re: Evenings with children

by lichtie

I spent 2 weeks in Krakow in July 2006 with girlfriend plus 3 of our kids between 14-15.

The children were very welcome at all bars & restaurants.

Nothing was said if they wanted to have a couple of beers (Obviously we kept it to a reasonable limit) The kids were happiest if we could find bars with pool tables.........

Re: Evenings with children

by 68maciek

besides bars and things mentioned above:
climbing walls, bowling.

Travel Tips for Krakow

Pianos-Chopin Year

by Dabs

We noticed the 1st piano on the square down the street from our hotel on Matejki Square and then another near the cloth hall on the main market square. These are life size replicas of Chopin's 1847 Pleyel piano in celebration of his 200th birthday. The pianos are made of different materials and painted by six Polish artists, Bartek Materka, Andrzej Pagowski, Tomasz Baran, Agata Biskup, Karol Rasziszewski and Justyna Koeke. The pianos can be found at the Mogilskie Roundabout, Wszystkich Swietych Square, Main Market Square, Matejki Square, Wolnica Square, Roz Avenue.

You can read more about the Chopin Year here

The Hill of Fame

by matcrazy1

Wawel (pronaunced Vavel) Hill in Krakow, the mecca of every Pole and a must for foreign tourists, is a microcosm of Polish history and culture.

From the 11th century on Poland's monarchs took up their residence here in the ROYAL CASTLE. And they were both crowned and buried here, in the WAWEL CATHEDRAL where later on Polish national heroes have also been laid to rest since the 19th century. The place not only overflows with priceless art treasures, architectural beauties, relics of the past and curiosities. It is also full of glory, magic, history and fable.

- in my Must See Activities tips
- (in English, German, French and Polish).


by toonsarah

If you don’t speak Polish it helps to know the different symbols used to designate toilets for men and women. The circle in my photo is for the ladies’ toilet and the triangle (which is sometimes point up and sometimes down) for the men’s. I don’t know how the symbols originated (though I might hazard a guess!), but I found them very confusing because to me the triangle when shown this way up looks like a lady’s skirt.

Fat Thursday

by matcrazy1

Fat Thursday, the last one before the Ash Wednesday, is a festival of overeating when every Krakow dweller devours the Fat Thursday specials: "favorki" (FAWORKI) crunch cakes and the Polish doughnuts (balls with rose-petals jam filling) which are a must-eat treat on that day, they are called "PACZKI" spelled with specifically polish "a", without with Polish "a" it means "parcels" haha (pronaunced ponchki or one "paczek" pronaunced ponchek).

Paczki are available year-round in pastries, "favorki" usually not (the best are made by mom :-). Both are rather not low-fat but they taste (fresh especially) delicious :-))).

I remember when I was in Greece in late 80' there was one Pole in Lamia who worked illegally at local pastry and he started to cook paczki. Wow, Greek locals stayed in lines to buy them haha. And he had to be... released because he worked illegally, hmm... probably sb called the police, try to guess who and why? OK, law is law, no doubts.

Pijarska street

by DPando

the street runs side by side to the rampards and where is located the florian gate and after the barbican tower
The place is one of the best for me in this city... crossing the arch door there are beautiful garden to stroll around the old town... far ahead walking by the gardens you will reach Krakow university.. a tiny one but so lively !!


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Address: 10 Estery Street, Krakow, 31-056, Poland