Greg & Tom Party Hostel

Ul. Zyblikiewicza 9, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31 029, Poland | Hostel
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Location

This hostel, located in the Stare Miasto area of Krakow, is near Main Market Square (Rynek Glowny), Church of the Virgin Mary (Kosciol Mariacki), Cloth Hall (Sukiennice), and The Planty.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsGreg & Tom Party Hostel Krakow

    Reviewed by daveaway

    Fantastic Fun

    Reviewed Jun 9, 2014
    by (3 reviews) Melbourne , Australia Flag of Australia

    If you want a quiet stay and aren't interested in meeting other travellers and partying with them, this place is not for you.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by alexcooper

    Fantastic Hostel!

    Reviewed Aug 22, 2012
    by (2 reviews) Canberra, Australia , Australia Flag of Australia

    Greg & Tom's Junior Hostel is definitely not for those who wish to have a quiet stay in Krakow, but if you are looking for a very friend, lively hostel then this place is fantastic.
    Dinner and breakfast was included each day, the rooms are spacious, great common areas, super friendly and helpful staff and plenty of free flowing alcohol and good times.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Greg & Tom Party Hostel Krakow

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Krakow

    Nocturnal Wanderings

    A travel blog entry by daveaway on Jun 09, 2014

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    For the most part it was a rather tame start to my trip, but now I’m really finding my feet and the excitement keeps building. I had made plans to go to Leipzig to see my friend Lara, but after that I wasn’t quite sure where to go next. The decision to make a long overnight trip to Krakow in Poland proved to be somewhat of a …

    Words cannot express...

    A travel blog entry by janlill on Jun 15, 2014

    51 photos

    ... the cold) Past the barbed wire electrified fences and railway tracks And wooden bunk beds, and toilets Where people considered that to be good work to do - To clean out the toilets because they would be warm, And past the guard stations, and the place where everyone was counted each day, Past the execution point where people were shot And the boarded up windows where no one could see who shot who And people just disappeared, The sheer horror of it all, Past ...

    Auschwitz-Birkenau

    A travel blog entry by dizzysparkles on Sep 19, 2012

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    Before I left for my trip I knew i would go to Auschwitz. In the afternoon, we went on our tour to Auschwitz-Birkenau (90 zloty). It is an hour bus ride to Auschwitz from Krakow. Getting off the bus, you could just feel and see the depressing atmosphere. I honestly thought I would be so upset that I would cry. However, I was too shocked and speechless to react. I could only listen to our guide in disbelief and horror as she recounted only a glimpse of the ...

    Big time behind on blogging - trying to catch up!!

    A travel blog entry by lizyue on Jun 18, 2012

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    ... meeting up at the Nation pub nights. Also, when spring rolled around bbq'ing was one of the favorite past times of students in Lund - portable ones are available at all markets and the parks and any green space were full of people bbqing in the afternoons. Also, lots of fika time as well - the Swedish "tea time" which can happen anytime of the day - aka an excuse to relax and drink coffee. I also ended up working quite a few times at my ...

    Krakow: Come for the history, stay for the food!

    A travel blog entry by shultz on Oct 01, 2011

    67 photos

    ... miners would use their spare time to carve decorations into the walls of the mine. This carving and decorating in the mine went on for hundreds of years and a small portion of the mine is open for tourists to visit. The entire mine is comprised of over 300 kilometers of tunnels connecting over 2000 different chambers and we were able to visit 20 chambers on the 3 kilometer underground tour. Inside the area that we toured there were statues carved out of salt ...