Perla Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

ul. Zakopianska 180 B, Krakow, Southern Poland, 30-453, Poland
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 11% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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  • Couples83
  • Solo100
  • Business100

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trip to Krakow I need some advice please!!!

by diana_renou

Hi, I am going from Prague to Krakow and finally from Krakow to Croacia (Dubrovnik and Split)and I would like to have any advice about transport betwen cities, hotel in central location with private bathroom (no more than 60 or 70 euros for a single room. Top places to visit. How many days spend in each city. I really apreciate any advice. Thanks a lot for your help. Diana

Re: trip to Krakow I need some advice please!!!

by leics

See my rely to your Prague post.

In Krakow, make sure you visit Kazimierz (the Jewish quarter...moving, informative and essential), the castle, Rynek Glowny (main square) with its market hall and church. Walk th Plany gardens, set aorund the old town on the site of its walls. Take the bus to Tyniec Abbey, and/or a tour or minibus to the Wielicka salt mines;

http://www.kopalnia-wieliczka.pl/home.php?action=&id_language=2&

Aushwitz. Of course. http://en.auschwitz.org.pl/m/

Re: trip to Krakow I need some advice please!!!

by Jawnuta

See my Krakow pages for very nice pensions located in the most desirable area.
You must see Wieliczka Salt mine which is only 20 min bus ride from Krakow.

Re: trip to Krakow I need some advice please!!!

by sphynxxs

looking for a place to stay in Krakow and getting the latest info on prices, I´d recommend you to google the online version of the city guides "In your pocket Krakow" (I think they also have a Prague version). I found their reviews very accurate. There are some nice hotels and guesthouses both in the old town and in Kazimierz, and it is easy to walk between both areas. Some of my personal favorites are Penjonat Trecius in ul Sw Tomasza in the old town and Eden in Kazimierz.

As for sightseeing, you can just stroll and discover the place, maybe climb the tower of St Mary´s church (not sure whether it is still open for visitors, it´s usually in the summer months only), enjoy the pubs, clubs and coffeehouses, the atmosphere of Kazimierz etc. the saltmine has been mentioned before, you could also do a daytrip to Zakopane or Tarnow, and many people visit Auschwitz while in Krakow. It is easy to spend over a week without finishing new discoveries

Travel Tips for Krakow

Krakow by night

by HORSCHECK

Most sights of Krakow are beautifully illuminated at night.

Especially the historic buildings at the Main Square (Rynek Glowny) are worth seeing in darkness.

Other places to visit at night are the St. Florian's Gate (Brama Florrianska) and the Slowacki Theatre (Teatr im. Juliusza Slowackiego).

Kanonicza ulica.

by Maurizioago

This street ends at the foot of the castle. It is probably the oldest street in Krakow. Until the 14th century this street was lined with mansions of noblemen. Then canons and prelates built some palaces there. From 1951 to 1963 Karol Woijtila, future Pope John Paul II lived at 19 and 21 in this street.

Beautiful Flowers on market square

by Alicja1

The most beautiful roses you can by just in the center of Cracow. Its very popular here to give flowers to woman. Also on formal meeting men kiss the hand of woman. Its old habit but we still like it !

...and some real Krakow locals...

by Wiktoria

...and some real Krakow locals dressed in traditional noblemen costumes. I told you (on my Gdansk page) that every region of Poland used to have its unique fashions.
The guy on the right really reminds me of what a wealthy Krakow local would probably look like a few centuries ago. I'm talking about his chubby cheeks and double chin. The ones that could afford it liked mighty feasts back then. It is interesting to note that the fashion of using big scarf-like-belts was influenced by distant Middle Eastern styles. The even more traditional male costume from Krakow includes a hat topped with peacock's feather (see picture below).

Cracow Zoo

by Alicja1

For some reason not many tourist getting there. I think they loosing a lot because Zoo and Zoo surrounding in Cracow is very beautiful. If you need little bit peace and nature thats a place to go.It's often said that you can get the measure of a nation by how well they treat their animals, and if this is anything to go by, then Poland must be right up there with the best. Zoos in general can provoke strong reactions, notwithstanding their immediate popularity with children, but it must be said that Cracow has a really excellent one, located in the pretty Las Wolski (Wolski Forest) in the western suburbs of the city. It's of manageable size, with decent-sized open areas for the larger mammals, and aviaries that are not over-stocked with feathered friends. There's a small cafe just outside that sells grilled Polish sausages and chips, as well as drinks and other snacks. Round it all off with a stroll through the pretty forest surrounds. A good day out.

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