Hostel Wegierska

Wegierska 6, Krakow, Southern Poland, 30-535, Poland | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Krakow

A bit of medieval and pure evil

A travel blog entry by colleensouness


Krakow (the ‘w’ is pronounced as a ‘v’ in Polish) is beautiful. More so than Warsaw (Krakow was not flattened in WW2 like Warsaw was). I really did like Krakow:

  • A room of our own! Hosted in an apartment of Martin and Martin (yes; we gained an insiders guide to gay Poland on our trip!), another lawyer and ...


A travel blog entry by sheppa80


... can get there easy, you can see good stuff and it does not cost the earth to do so.

Poland you have opened my eyes to another destination which I can add to my "I must return list", I clearly judged you way too early. The rumour mill may be ...

Krakow, Poland

A travel blog entry by carloswysling


... whole movie sets in faraway places, so who knows. It is interesting just to imagine.

My eye caught a huge poster of Pope John Paul II, who spent a good part of his clergy work in this city of Krakow. I know my family in Brazil would like to know this fact about Krakow.

The whole reason for coming to this part of Poland: Auschwitz, the Schindler Factory and the Jewish experience of being "sent to the East", forced by their Nazi ...

Wera guesthouse, 1120pm

A travel blog entry by jeremyhill

I have stayed in a few B&Bs and pensions when I've been travelling. But I don’t think any has felt as informal and homely as the Wera guesthouse.

When I rang the buzzer from the street, a lady answered and let me in. Just like any hostel in an apartment building in an old city. But there are no dormitories here. I’m staying in a room in somebody’s ...


A travel blog entry by 2399



Today we left Vienna and drove to some country-side near Krakow, Poland.
The people who own the house we were supposed to be staying at were No-GMO activists and we think the guy was knighted by the queen of Engalnd. We also think, from some research we did, that he was a baron but left his wife and two kids to go own a Polish farm. Harsh. We got to this little house we were supposed to be staying at, but they had to do some work on the house and we had to ...


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