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Our apartments have been fully renovated. A maximum of 10 people can stay in our largest apartment (130m2), and for smaller groups there are apartments with one or two bedrooms. There is good WiFi, washing machine, dishwasher, coffee machine, LCD TV/DVD, and air-conditioning available. We give an inclusive price. We also have apartments with elevators. Please tell us your particular requirements, so we can offer a suitable apartment: for example, how many couples or single people are in your group? i.e. how many beds and rooms are needed? Many thanks.
We have a number of apartments available, from studios to three-bedroom apartments, and we can accommodate large groups in the same building.
The apartment building is located in a building on the corner of Poselska and Grodzka streets, with windows to the Krakow Royal Route – a tourist track leading from the Main Square to the Wawel Castle. Among the many restaurants on Grodzka Street is the exquisite “Pod Aniolami” restaurant, located in a 13th century building: this is definitely worth trying (make sure you book a table beforehand). A grocery shop “Kefirek”, open 24/7, is also just around the corner. And if you become tired with the very charming attractions of the Main Square, the magical Kazimierz district – with numerous restaurants, galleries and clubs - is only 10 minutes walk away.
Please note: prices vary depending on the time of year, length of stay and the apartment offered - so please send us a quick enquiry for a specific offer. Please also include the number of people, whether they are couples or singles, the number of bedrooms you need, the age of any children, and any special requirements, so we can offer you a suitable apartment. Many thanks, Andy.
We work with a number of apartments all located in the historic centre of Krakow, within the Old Town walls and just a minute or two walk from the main square. You are just steps from nice cafés, restaurants, tea rooms, quirky shops, grocery stores and the covered market stalls in the main square. We also work with apartments in the city centres of Prague and Budapest.
We can also arrange airport transfers, for 70PLN each-way for up to 8 people.
Rental prices will vary according the the particular apartment we offer you, the length of your stay and the time of year, so please just send us an enquiry and we will send the specific details. Please remember that the weekly rates shown are discounted - depending on the time of year, national holidays etc, general demand, closeness of arrival, the discounts will be greater or less.
The Royal Castle, interesting for the tiny ancient roads that lead to it and also the Wawel Cathedral and Royal Tombs in the grounds. You can walk around the palace too.
Kazimierz is the secret of Krakow and its centre of artistic and intellectual ferment. It is home to the famous Łaźnia Theatre, and many charming cafés, clubs, and galleries. Famous Ariel Restaurant in Szeroka St., Kazimierz.
The Aquapark has three pools in total 2000 m2 of space with the wide range of attractions including water massage facilities, wild springs, counter-currents, white-water river, swimming tracks, salt-water Jacuzzi s and modern saunas complex (steam and dry saunas). More other, there are special areas for playing water sports: water basket-ball, water valley-ball, water hand-ball.
Krakow Valley Golf & Country Club is a beautifully situated recreational complex . The 160 hectare area boasts an 18-hole course, the Golf Academy, a sports shooting range, a hotel, a restaurant and a horse-riding club.
Restauracja Pod Baranem.
An old-town restaurant (Michelin listed) with good service serving a range of traditional food prepared to a high standard: zurek soup, roast wild boar, pancakes. The atmosphere is romantic.
ul. Gertrudy 21
The Wieliczka Salt Mines on the edge of the city were worked for 900 years. It used to be one of the world's biggest and most profitable industrial establishments when common salt was commercially a medieval equivalent of today's oil. You can walk underground for about 2,000 m in the oldest part of the salt mine and see its subterranean museum, and chapel.
Perfect in the summer as it has a large courtyard beneath a large tree where you can relax in the afternoon, for example. Popular with students and artists, it offers local and foreign speciality beers, and calming music.
Pl. Szczepański 3