Hostel Aleje 28

Address: ul. Tatarska 5, Krakow, Southern Poland, 30103, Poland | 2 star hostel
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This 2 star hostel, located in the Nowy ?wiat area of Krakow, is near Wawel Royal Castle (Zamek Krolewski), Jewish District (Kazimierz), Wawel Cathedral (Katedra Wawelska), and Ulica Florianska.
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A travel blog entry by waynesharfro on Aug 22, 2015

2 comments, 13 photos

... pigeons, street performers, musicians and horse-drawn carriages, this is a place of festivals, concerts, parades and other events. At its centre lies the impressive Cloth Hall or ‘Sukiennice’ – a neo-Gothic structure which has served as a market for merchants since the Middle Ages. We stopped here to rest have a bite and of course had another beer. We continued to walk along and encountered ...

23rd-31st March 2015, Slovakia, Poland and Czech R

A travel blog entry by sam.wilson on Mar 29, 2015

40 photos

... stop at Rezumberok is brief as it is quickly apparent that it's not the picturesque town I was hoping for. We chase the setting sun west along the Vah river valley but lose it at Zilina and head south to Făckov in darkness. The small gravel car park just off the 64 south of Rajec that we call home for the night turns out to be quite popular with truckers at about 8am the next day. This doesn't sound like an unreasonable time to be woken, but ...

Cracking on to Krakow

A travel blog entry by holmesandaway on Sep 22, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

... discuss the education of the Polish students before arresting them and sending them off to various camps. After many protests some were allowed to return but only if there were native to Poland, everyone else had to stay on at the camps and none of them ever returned. The tour continued on to show us the building that is often linked with the Pope Saint John Paul II. He was the first non Italian Pope and the fact that he was Polish is something that most people in Poland are ...

Nothing too exciting

A travel blog entry by juliakozlik on Jul 12, 2014

3 photos

... a reason and I'm just so blessed with the things that have happened, the good and bad. Because with it all I have grown so much. Ok well enough of my babbling, I have to get ready to go out again. I don't know if I have the energy for it, but hey I can sleep when I get back home to states! Can't be out too late because we have the raft ride down the dunajec river tomorrow and it is suppose to be great ...

What a fabulous surprise- KRAKOW! by Belinda Held

A travel blog entry by belinda.held on Dec 31, 2013

9 photos

... the Wawel Castle (the seat of Polish kings )- a spectacular place, again steeped in history. Fabulous!

The Jewish Ghetto was next on my list. It was a good walk from Market Square. While strolling around the old Jewish district of Kazimierz- the cobbled streets, I felt very emotional. When you turn the clock back in your head to 1940 and imagine being Jewish, the horror and stress of their daily life is quite unimaginable. I was to visit Schindler’s ...