Hostel Nazar

Address: St. Lubicz 34/12B, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31526, Poland | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Grzegórzki area of Krakow, is near Florianska Gate, The Barbican (Barbakan), Grunwald Monument (Pomnik Grunwaldzki), and Dzok Monument.
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Travel Blogs from Krakow

Having a Krakow

A travel blog entry by ashnbrieurope on Aug 16, 2014

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... show which we can now tick off the bucket list of things to see.

That afternoon we visited the Salt mines. We were originally going to skip this extra as we hadn’t heard anything about it, but everyone on tour we spoke to on the trip was doing it and someone back home had referred more than one to do it. It was a little drive out of town and do yourself a favour and look it up. The pictures and our description wont do it justice. Our tour guide was all ...

Arrive Krakow

A travel blog entry by dft on May 12, 2014

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... ve always known the name of the city without knowing anything about it--though I did hear that one of the popes was somehow associated with it. So, it ends up that Kraków is one of the oldest cities in Poland; there's even evidence of a Stone Age settlement there. The Nazis invaded in 1939 and made plans to get rid of the Jews and Poles and to say it was an historically German city. The future Pope John Paul II (now St. ...

Whelmed and Overwhelmed

A travel blog entry by jrsherman81054 on Nov 16, 2013

16 comments, 86 photos

... were flying at the windshield like deadly projectiles. All of a sudden and without prior warning we were in an overwhelming situation. It was intense, but with skilled driving we managed to return home safely.

My work has left me traveling frequently over the past five years. During that time, I have developed many rituals and routines that ...

Day 14 - Krakow, Poland *C

A travel blog entry by byrneymack on Nov 04, 2013

3 comments, 29 photos

... extremist groups like Hitler and the Nazi regime to rise. From my understanding Hitler did do some good things economically but at an extreme cost. He believed that Jews were the problem and by removing them from society was the only way going forward. The mass genocide didn't happen over night. Slowly over time between1939-1945 the Nazis removed Jews from their homes, their valuables, their rights, everything. This gave the Jews no leg to stand on. The jews couldn't work, therefore ...

Craking Krakow

A travel blog entry by tonitsmith on Aug 11, 2013

... old town with original and beautifully maintained buildings. This is due to the fact that the Old Town was not bombed or damaged during the war.

The Cathedral is a sight to behold, especially on the inside. The only disappointing thing was the ignorance of people when it came to photography. There were loads of signs up indicating photography was not allowed but people blatantly ignored them. With such large crowds it would be very hard to police and ...