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 Jewish District (Kazimierz), Wawel Royal Castle (Zamek Krolewski), Wawel Cathedral (Katedra Wawelska), and Ulica Florianska.
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Travel Blogs from Krakow

Deep Under Poland

A travel blog entry by adam_kaye on Nov 09, 2014

6 photos

... to transport the salt and about the horses and how well they were treated. (They lived their entire lives underground but were treated like kings. We then descended to the next level and saw some dwarfs. (They continue to mine when the miners go home). We then arrived at the first chapel. Apparently most of the miners were religious and thanked god every day for letting them live. Down another tunnels and we arrived the deepest church in all Europe. It was an impressive cavern ...

Krakow to Wroclaw

A travel blog entry by beakerage on Jul 13, 2014

3 comments, 14 photos

You may be wondering why I haven't updated this blog for so long (almost a month, whoops!). Well it started off because we were camping in Cinque Terre with limited electricity and then it just got too difficult to catch up. Sverre and I were also pretty much experiencing the same things and taking the same photos so please read his blog to catch up on what we did in France - Italy - Austria - Czech Republic - Poland, link: Yesterday, Sverre said goodbye very early to ...

Krakow - Auschwitz-Birkenau

A travel blog entry by williams2013 on Dec 16, 2013

7 photos

... three - I think everyone was over-awed by the enormity of the information and visuals - piles of human hair, glasses, shoes and suitcases, photos, punishment rooms, gas chambers... you get the picture. At times challenging, and definitely not your average museum tour. After 2 hours at Auschwitz we transferred by mini-bus to Birkenau, which was a death camp - this is where the trains brought the people (mostly innocent civilians) into the camp and straight to the gas ...

Krakow, Poland Day 1

A travel blog entry by katept on Sep 30, 2013

27 photos

... much of the camp was destroyed by Nazi's, the size of the place, fenced off with barbed wire stretching almost as far as the eye can see, provides an idea of the scale of this heinous crime. I will leave you with the photos. I didn't find the camps as confronting as thought I would however I can only put this down to the neatly cut grass, the beautiful trees and the calmness at both locations. The biting wind did provide a chill factor though and a stark reminder if what could have ...

Topdeck Hungary, Austria and Poland

A travel blog entry by cleegan on Jul 23, 2013

12 photos

... parties as soon as they stepped on the train. The first party were those able to work, usually men. The others were women, children, the elderly and infirm, who were often lead directly into the gas chambers on the premise that they were to shower. Cyclone B, a type of gas capsule that dissolves on hitting the warmth of human skin was dropped through holes in the roof. The dying process could be as long as half an hour. The bodies were then incinerated. In the dying days of ...