Guliwer Hostel

Address: Kalwaryjska 42, Krakow, Southern Poland, 30-504, Poland | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Krakow

Long and boring start to the trip

A travel blog entry by christinewesten on Jun 01, 2015

2 comments, 5 photos

... were many nice homes as well. We past one of the branches of the National Museum and finally arrived at the busy train/bus station. This is also home to a giant mall that was pretty busy as I was trying to find my way to the correct exit. The street I needed was clearly marked and I only got a little lost trying to find the right side street for my hotel.

The Red Brick Apartments is located in a nice brick building and has 16 rooms. ...

Kraków - Poland

A travel blog entry by renee.newall on Dec 11, 2014

3 photos

... thing that disturbed me the most was the systematic approach the nazis used, it was all very methodical and psychologically horrific. These people honestly had no idea they were being marched to their death, they honestly we're excited at the prospect of a shower. Other prisoners were told it was a "leather factory". Auschwitz II had been built purely to house excess prisoners and exterminate. It was eerie, only the brick buildings remained as they ran out of ...

Captivating Krakow

A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Jul 27, 2014

1 comment, 39 photos

... the centre of it all and is the main spot for any major celebrations or protests (or anything in between) in the city. During the Nazi occupation, its name was changed to Adolf Hitler Platz. Today, Adolf is long gone. At the centre of the square is the Cloth Hall, effectively the world’s first shopping mall built in the 14th century, and today lined with tacky souvenir stalls on either side. Underneath this is the Rynek underground museum which opened less than 4 years ...

Every Action is Significant

A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Jul 27, 2014

3 photos

... the factory quickly made him a fortune. But as the war went on, and as Schindler began to see more and more of the horrors of the ghetto where the Jews lived and the destruction the Nazis were causing, his sentiments began to change, and he took it upon himself to ensure the safety of his employees.

In 1944, as it became more and more apparent that the Nazis were going to lose the war, Hitler commanded that many of the eastern ghettos ...

Proud to be Polish!

A travel blog entry by jenwojnarowicz on Mar 02, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... a trading center but is now where some overpriced vendors hang out to take advantage of all of us crazy tourists. It is a huge building that takes up a huge portion of the square. There were many more sights to see such as the Town Hall Tower, The Barbakan, and the head statue of Eros Bendato. From here we headed outside of the square towards the Royal Path. One our way we stopped in many churches and it was crazy to see all of the Pope John Paul II memorials. Little ...