Dom Wycieczkowy Patria

Address: ul. Limanowskiego 1 , Krakow, Southern Poland, 30-551, Poland | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Krakow

A Solemn Stopover

A travel blog entry by 1tripnicksimone on Jul 01, 2015

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... ready for an early morning train trip. We had originally planned to only spend one day in Krakow, and to spend that basically traveling to and visiting Auschwitz but some travel complications (more on my fanatical love for the Eurail system later) meant we ended up extending our stay in Krakow by another night. This meant we didn't have to be as busy as we first intended, but it was still a reasonably early start to make sure we were at Auschwitz in time for our 0945 tour.

Polish History Lessons

A travel blog entry by kimjasiak on Sep 02, 2014

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Today the plan was to spend all day at Wawel Castle that has the Krakow Cathedral and several other museums on its campus. Started again in the Old Market to get my coffee and sweet roll; I have been thinking about that blueberry cheese danish looking pastry since I saw it yesterday. It did not disappoint, and there was free Wifi, another bonus. There was one major church in the old city I had not seen, so I went to the Franciscan church. I was shocked on how dark ...


A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on Aug 20, 2014

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... holds personal items of the victims which were found after the camp's liberation. We saw massive piles of suitcases, eye glasses, shoes, combs, etc. often enough to fill an entire room with. The scale of it was unbelievable. The worst was probably the massive room filled with human hair. They shaved the dead woman's heads to sell it on to be made into blankets. Traces of the chemical, Zyklon B, which was used to gas the victims ...

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. ...

Krakow Day One

A travel blog entry by kimokini_travel on Sep 23, 2013

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... seemed like a long time, and arrived at our plane. We had reservations on Air Berlin, but climbed onboard an Air Niki plane. We taxied for at least 8 minutes before we took off. Jim says it's an adventure every time we walk out the door, I think he's right.

Easy flight, arrived in the pouring rain. Another bus ride to the terminal. We had arranged an airport pickup with our apartment, and he was waiting. Always nice when that works. About ...