Euro Hostel Krakow

Address: ul. Westerplatte 13/2, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31-033, Poland | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Stare Miasto area of Krakow, is near Main Market Square (Rynek Glowny), The Planty, Florianska Gate, and Dzok Monument.
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      Wieliczka Salt Mine and Schindler Factory Museum

      A travel blog entry by jim.diane on Sep 11, 2014

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      ... us up and take us back to the hotel after 2 hours. The museum is self guiding and traced the path of the German occupation of Poland. Getting back to the hotel took awhile since when it rains here, everyone drives cars rather than bikes. The cities we have been in have specific areas of the sidewalk set aside just for bikes (and you better stay out of those lanes when walking). We were going to go to dinner in Kazimierz, the Jewish ...

      Krakow - Auschwitz-Birkenau

      A travel blog entry by williams2013 on Dec 16, 2013

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      ... the guise of having a shower. As our guide pointed out, we spent longer walking around the site today that they spent there - after the "selection" process, most did not survive more than 45 minutes at the camp. The bus trip back to Krakow was slightly more direct than the morning journey, so we had some time at a local market when we got back (mostly to visit the bakery!), then got in touch with Squid (Pam Green, former PNSS Assistant Group Leader), who also happened to be ...


      A travel blog entry by mady.bolch on Nov 14, 2012

      ... of helping another prisoner escape. I stood at the sight where Dr. Joseph Mengele conducted some of the most horrific criminal experiments I have ever heard of on twins and dwarves. I touched the beds where eight prisoners were forced to sleep huddled together, trying to fight off starvation, rats and disease. I stood next to huge burial sights where millions of prisoners ashes remain after their corpses were burnt in mass graves. I touched the huge barbed wire fences ...

      Mega entry!

      A travel blog entry by possum1 on Jul 12, 2012

      ... away from the camp, but they were destroyed by the Nazis just before the camp was evacuated.

      We had a free day in Krakow, and some of us went to the nearby salt mine, which is actually a UNESCO World Heritage site. The temperature in the mines was in the teens, so it was a pleasant change. The forecast for our next cities is supposed to only be in the twenties, which will be nice, though my Spain tour afterwards is going to get very hot again! Everything was carved out of ...

      Drinking in Krakow...

      A travel blog entry by rorywitt on Jul 15, 2011

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      ... to trying to get up early the next day to check out and catch a train to Warsaw, I decide not to go out, but to go get a kebab and a beer and eat and drink in the park, then go to bed. The plan works well, and I end up a little ways away, so I stop and pickup another beer before I return to the hostel. As I’m sitting there with the beer between my feet, two large police come up to me, and say something in Polish bajlajajfkdsjaflds alcohol. ...