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Av. Armii Krajowej 11A, Krakow, 30-150, Poland
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Apartment In Krakow

by lcat61

I will be coming to Krakow for vacation soon. I would like to rent an apartment. It does not have to be close to the town square, but must be near public transport.
Any suggestions?

Re: Apartment In Krakow

by johngayton

Everywhere in Krakow is close to public transport - I think it's something like 90% of all Krakow addresses are within 200 metres of a bus or tram stop. So it's just a matter of where you want to be - close to the city or out of town?

Personally I haven't rented an apartment in Krakow as it is rarely economic to do so for a solo traveller but some friends of mine stayed in a semi-private apartment in a hostel which they were very impressed with -

I've also noticed some attractive-looking apartments in the old Jewish town of Kazimierz which are reasonably cheap but still with plenty of mod cons, including internet access - try this site:

Kazimierz is within easy walking distance of the main square and is a lively area in its own right with some great bars, plenty of local shops and restaurants. It's not as touristy as the old town centre and you do get a feel of Krakow life from a local viewpoint.

There are plenty of apartments available throughout the city and so it depends on exactly what you want.

Re: Apartment In Krakow

by B.david

Well Krakow has excellent public transport service. You can hire a public transport from any near point irrespective of the fact where you live. But let me tell you renting an apartment there is very costly even a single room costs you a lot. So my suggestion is to go through the options that are available.

Re: Apartment In Krakow

by lcat61

Why is it not economic to rent an apartment in Krakow? Are they more expensive than a hotel room?

Travel Tips for Krakow

Who's Who in Krakow

by csordila

Karol Józef Wojtyla ( (1920-2005) Archbishop of Krakow, 1978 Pope John Paul II.
Roman Polanski (1933-), Academy Award -winning film director. One of his well known film is the 1974 American neo-noir film Chinatown.
Nicolaus Copernicus (1473-1543) Famous astronomer, created the heliocentric cosmology.
Adam Mickiewicz (1798-1855) Polish poet, writer and philosopher
Andrzej Wajda (1926-) Polish film director . recipient of an honorary Oscar
Stanislaw Lem (1921-) Legendary science-fiction author
Józef Pilsudski (1867-1935) Poland's Chief of State, the authoritarian ruler of the Second Polish Republic.

Saint Florian's Gate.

by Maurizioago

Saint Florian's Gate was built around the 1307 to protect the northern entrance to the city. The roof was built in the Baroque style in 1660. Originally there were eight gates and 39 towers in the city. Most of them were destroyed in the 19th century. Today only three towers; built in the 15th century and a portion of walls adjacent to this gate have survived to our times. From S. Florian's Gate starts Florianska ulica that leads to the Rynek Glowny.

Obwarzanki - Bread Rings

by Kathrin_E

Those bread rings are sold from little blue carts at every second street corner. They consist of white bread dough. The traditional varieties are either salt or poppyseed. Nowadays they also come with sesame seed, cheese or even pizza topping. They make a plain but tasty snack to pick up along the way. The big ones are about 20 cms in diameter. They also sell ribbons with about a dozen small bread rings.

The price for a big one is 1.30 PLN in tourist areas like Rynek, 1.20 PLN in side streets (June 2010).

Mariacki Church and a truly stunning altarpiece

by tiganeasca

Two related things: the Mariacki (St. Mary's) church and, within it, the altarpiece by Wit Stwosz (sometimes known by the Germanized version of his name, Veit Stoss). The church sits astride a corner of the market square. It is magnificent both inside and out and well worth as much time as you can find for it. I simply don't have the words to describe its crowning glory, both literally and figuratively--the altarpiece which was completed in 1489! I am Jewish and perhaps that is the best indication of the power of this handcarved masterpiece: it is some 40 feet by thirty feet and is opened at noon. It took Stwosz twelve years to carve this from lime wood and the carvings and the deep, profound faith that it exhibits are extraordinary. I cannot imagine seeing Krakow without seeing this (again). Though it is, of course, impossible, I am inclined to think that if you had only one hour in Krakow, this is the one thing I would tell you to see.

Jogging in Planty Garden Ring

by matcrazy1

Krakow as every big city is not a paradise for jogging lovers but there are a few excellent areas to run around including Planty Garden Ring aroung the Old Town.
Hmm... most of Krakow's citizens don't do it everyday, some in weekends (haha, weekend warriors). So you maybe alone jogging and some locals may look at you like at creature from space hehe.

A green belt of public parks called Planty took up the emptied after Krakow's medieval city walls (they were largely demolished) area of 52 acres in the 1820s. It takes an hour to two hours to walk or at least half that time to run around the Old Town historical district down the leafy alleys among old trees (depends on how long are your legs).

And the stroll is the more delightful as Krakow’s ancient buildings reveal their unusual aspects. On the other hand, it appears also a journey through the art of gardening for the Planty ring actually proves to be a chain of some 30 gardens in varied styles.
. T-shirt, shorts, jogging shoes, smile :-).


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