Blue Hostel Krakow

Westerplatte 12/7, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31-033, Poland | 1 star hostel
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This 1 star hostel, located in the Stare Miasto area of Krakow, is near The Planty, Florianska Gate, Dzok Monument, and House of Jan Matejko (Dom Jana Matejki).
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    Travel Blogs from Krakow

    Food, food, food

    A travel blog entry by wojtas-kolinski on Sep 10, 2014

    7 photos

    ... in our tour groups whenever she talked, she has been voted most annoying! Mike forgot to tell you about the open farmers market where everything was inexpensive and fresh. We bought some cheese, fresh raspberries and trail mix. Mike thought he'd buy a kilogram of the trail mix for 2.5 zulties. With much delight, the market lady started filling a shopping bag filled with an assortment of nuts and dried fruit; Mike was equally delighted ...

    Cathedrals, churches and Castles

    A travel blog entry by ericandrod on Jun 21, 2014

    16 photos

    ... are uncertain. From a word meaning ' protrusion from the marshes' to 'ravine' to a variation of 'Babel', the theories are numerous. What is agreed upon however is that the Wawel hill, located on the left bank of the Vistula river and just south of Old Town, is a Jurassic limestone formation 150 million years old. Medieval legend has it that a Dragon was living in a cave at Wawel hill, and that Krakus, a legendary Polish prince, ruler and founder of ...

    Communication in Krakow

    A travel blog entry by ejm56 on May 23, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... under occupation was best summed up by the comment of one Pole, who said, "Since normal life was impossible, we accepted the abnormal one. People were getting used to the new reality. People were rounded up and sent to concentration camps. Therefore we must be careful and crafty. We must make it through until the Germans are defeated. People's ingenuity knew no bounds in that struggle for the right to live and survive." For example, the old Polish school ...

    Krakow and Auschwitz

    A travel blog entry by blair~rachelle on Aug 29, 2013

    2 comments, 35 photos

    ... a few days had we known.

    Traffic was a nightmare when we reached Krakow and it took quite a while to reach our destination, the main train/bus station. Fortunately, the station was located just outside of Old Town, and was within walking distance from our apartment.

    So far we are 8 for 8 when it comes to apartment selections. Our large, loft-style apartment had two bathrooms, a large living room and kitchen and about 4 beds to ...

    Peaceful, magical Krakow...

    A travel blog entry by amy_green_22 on Aug 14, 2013

    ... the locals. You meander through various passages opening and closing wooden doors behind you as they have to keep the area ventilated. The mine was 9 floors deep but only 3 floors are open to the public to explore. Inside different sections of the mines are detailed carvings of numerous statues which the miners volunteered to create independently. Many carvings are religious and some depict the different scenarios that the miners faced. We tasted the salt walls and looked ...