Kazimierz Residence

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

ul Dietla 75 apt.1a, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31-050, Poland
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Do you know the University hotel?

by Pawtuxet

Several years ago we stayed at the University Hotel near the Florian Gates and were very satisfied with the accomodations. I tried using the email address I have on my tips and was unable to get through to them. Does anyone know if they have a web site? Do you know the email address? I would like to check with them for my next trip to Krakow. Hope someone out there can help.

Re: Do you know the University hotel?

by leics

Was it this place?


It's part of the university (says university guests get precedence). Website here:


Re: Do you know the University hotel?

by Pawtuxet

Bravo!! I knew someone would have the answer for me. Is there ever a time when we don't find our answers? Gotta love VT. Thanks so much. Prices significantly different than when I last stayed there, but it's a fabulous location and we found it very comfortable.

Re: Do you know the University hotel?

by paulinuk2u

you could have stayed in leszeks flat,

Re: Do you know the University hotel?

by Pawtuxet

sorry I don't know who that is, so I guess they wouldn't want me wandering into their flat! :-)

Travel Tips for Krakow

Sooner or later- everyone will...

by rolnik

Sooner or later- everyone will meet at Main Market Square...
It’s not only sentence- it’s true. The square is cultural, social and historical centre of Krakow.
This giant place (the biggest medieval square in Europe) is something what you have to taste sitting in one of many caffes and changing the perspective of view. You will fell that maybe somewhere else the word is changing- not here... But be almost sure too that when you go there, you will have opportunity to see lots of things going on. The trumpet call will be heard at every hour, the flower sellers will wait at the corner, the pigeons will look for some food. Maybe, you will see one of many concerts (classical, folk, jazz), perhaps will have the chance to join some student celebrations, or buy something on occassional markets (especially it is worth on Christmas). There’s no other place like this on earth.

Oh, this lovely courtyard!

by gosiaPL

The Collegium Maius courtyard is quite stunning!
Its gothic galleries make me think of the old Italian universities in Bologna and Padova.
It was the first university in Poland (est. 1364) and "the second one north of the Alps" as we often label it. The Prague University is just a few years older :-)

Nicolas Copernicus (Mikolaj Kopernik) studied in Bologna and Padova as well as at the Jagiellonian University. Actually, at the museum there you can see Kopernik's Room, a chamber that commemorates his student's years here in 1491-1495.

See also my Must-See tips about the university. I am fond of this courtyard so much that whenever I am in Krakow, I pop in here for a few minutes to just savour the mediaeval university's ambience... After all, it's only two minutes away from the market square :-)

Toilet paper throughout this...

by hslowe

Toilet paper throughout this entire part of the world leaves a little to be desired. (In this picture I'm making fun of some of the stuff on the train to Krakow from Prague.) If you like fluffy and soft, consider packing your own.

Job for Italians ;-)

by matcrazy1

Sorry, not now but in the past there were a lot of great job offers for Italians in Krakow. Looking at Krakow architecture I think that there were a lot of them working for Polish rich kings in medieval and renaissance times as artists: painters, interior deseigners, architecturers etc. Some of them studied art at famous Jagiellonian University that time. Look at Pompeian decor of Wierzynek Restaurant in Krakow on my picture.

Nowadays... get a job in Italy instead of Krakow - they pay you (usually) better :-).

manggha Museum of Japanese Art

by katmag

Right over the Wisla river across from Wawel (the palace) is located the manggha Mueum of Japanese Art. It is worth taking a look at the constantly changing collection, as it illustrates clearly the direct inspiration behind the European Art Noveau movement. There are always guest exhibitions as well. When I was there, the museum was showing the work of Andrzej Krauze who is a really funny and insightful political cartoonist. The museum is on ul. (street) M. Konopnickiej 26.


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