The location of the apartment is absolutely perfect - just a short walk into the old town center. You have also a major tram station just around the corner. Just up the street there is a 24hour shop, though we did most of our shopping at the local market at Nowy Kleparz, which is also just around the corner. So, every morning we bought fresh blueberries, wild strawberries, raspberries and kefir for our breakfast...delicious! The other advantage of the location is its safety. We came with our 3 teenagers (used to cows, not cars!), and we could let them walk back to the apartment by themselves at 10pm without any worry whatsoever. The apartment itself is very comfortable and beautifully designed - our kids' response was "Wow, I want to have a flat like that when I move out!" (fat chance, say we). It's a perfect base from which to enjoy Kraków, and we certainly did!
WOW!!! Amazing!!!! I can not rave enough about this place. We walked in the apartment and thought we went to heaven. Super clean, and very nicely decorated. He took the time to decorate each apartment and it shows. I would HIGHLY recommend staying here. It had everything we needed and SSOOOOOOO much more. It was a 10 person apartment and there was 7 of us. It was perfect for us and the apartment was beautiful. We wanted to cancel the rest of our trip and just stay in Poland! Amazing place and would highly recommend this place to anyone!!! STAY HERE!!!!!
The apartment looks fabulous on the internet but it is even better when you get there. A stunning immaculate apartment in a great location - I would definately recommend it
WawelIf Krakow is the cultural, religious and patriotic centre of Poland, then Wawel Hill, overlooking the Old Town, is its heart. No site in the country offers a richer insight into Poland’s past and national mythology.
Market SquareEntering Krakow’s superb Market Square is never less that a pleasure, and often an inspiration – even for Krakowians who do it daily. For the visitor, it’s pure gravy.
KazimierzOriginally founded in 1355 as a separate town with it’s own defences and town hall, Kazimierz was originally Krakow’s competitor. This sense of separateness was heightened in the 15th century, when Krakow’s Jewish population was moved here by King Jan Olbracht.