The hotel is in the heart of the city nearby is the largest Main Market Square and the oldest commercial cloth hall in Europe, as well as the world's largest Gothic alter.
The Main Market Square in Krakow is one of the most iconic landmarks of the city. It dates back to the 13th century and has been the center of social and economic life for centuries. The square is surrounded by beautiful historic buildings, including the famous Cloth Hall and the imposing St. Mary's Basilica. In the summer, the square is filled with street performers, artists, and tourists from all over the world. Overall, it's a must-visit destination for anyone traveling to Krakow.
Wawel 5, Krakow, 31-001
Wawel is an architectural complex erected over many centuries atop a limestone outcrop on the left bank of the Vistula River in Kraków. The royal castle with an armoury and the cathedral are situated on the hill.
Pl. Mariacki 5, Krakow,
St. Mary's Basilica is a brick Gothic church rebuilt in the 14th century, adjacent to the Main Market Square in Kraków, Poland. Standing 80 m (262 ft) tall, it is particularly famous for its wooden altarpiece carved by Veit Stoss (Wit Stwosz).
Rynek Gówny 1 - 3, Krakow, 31-001
The oldest commercial cloth hall in Europe, still in operation.
Planty, ul. Basztowa, Krakow,
Barbakan in Krakow is a historic fortification located near the Old Town walls, dating back to the 15th century. Nowadays, the Barbakan serves as a popular tourist attraction and a venue for various cultural events, such as concerts or exhibitions.
Kazimierz is a historic district of Krakow, located south of the Old Town, known for its rich Jewish heritage and vibrant cultural scene. The district was home to a large Jewish community for centuries, and today it still preserves many synagogues, Jewish cemeteries, and other significant sites, such as the Remuh Synagogue or the Jewish Museum.
sw. Anny 12, Krakow, 31-008
The Jagiellonian University's oldest building dates back to the 15th century. The Collegium Maius Museum features ancient lecture rooms, communal halls, a library and a treasury containing rectors' Gothic mace and the Jagiellonian globe.
sw. Jana 19, Krakow,
The Pulawy collection put together by Duchess Izabela is the oldest in Poland and one of the oldest in Europe. In the late 19th century, it was transferred to Krakow. Leonardo da Vinci, the "Lady with an Ermine," was the most famous Krakow resident".
Al. Konarowa 1, Krakow, 30-248
Cameldolite monks subject themselves to the extremely strict rules of their order to live a simple, peaceful, secluded life close to God in their beautiful Krakow hermitage atop Srebrna Gora (Silver Mountain).
Więniów Owięcimia 20, Oswiecim, 32-603
All over the world, Auschwitz has become a symbol of terror, genocide, and the Holocaust.It was founded in 1940 by Germans on the outskirts of Oswiecim, a Polish city annexed to the Third Reich by the Nazis.
10 Daniowicza Street, Wieliczka, 32-020
The Wieliczka Salt Mine is one of the most valuable cultural monuments in Poland.It's also a world class historical monument, and it's on UNESCO's First World List of Cultural and Natural Heritage.
Benedyktynska 37, Krakow, 30-398
Tyniec abbacy forms approximately a quadrangle with a few courtyards. The church is distinguished by the size, shape and the height of the roof, as if it was supposed to protect from the northern wind. The architecture is placed in the surrounding trees.It is necessary to see the route on the map.
Main Market Square, Krakow,
The only musical signal in the world that has been regulary played every hour for six houndred years.
The largest central urban park in Europe, encircling the oldest part of the city.
Al. marsz. Ferdynanda Focha, Krakow,
The largest european meadow (48 ha) situated in the heart of a major city.
The only grouping of earthen monuments in a european city. Mounds: Kosciuszko (Sikornik), Pilsudski (Sowieniec), Krak (Lassota Hill), Wanda (Nowa Huta).
Lubicz 48, Krakow,
Zwierzyniecka 1, Krakow,
Al. 3 Maja 1, Krakow,
Rynek Glowny 35, Krakow,