The Stranger Hostel

Address: ul. Kochanowskiego 1/3U, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31-127 , Poland | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Piasek Po?udnie area of Krakow, is near Old Town, Old Market Square, Jagiellonian University - Collegium Maius, and St. Florian's Gate (Brama Florianska).
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    Travel Blogs from Krakow

    Krakow, Auschwitz and a wander across the border!

    A travel blog entry by nickyandian on Nov 14, 2012

    ... tower, at which every hour a trumpeter plays from the top window to tell the town that another hour has passed. The tour went for 2.5 hours and ended at the Castle. An old legend says that a Dragon used to live under the Castle, and there is now a fire-breathing statue along the Castle footpath to symbolise this.

    That afternoon we caught a bus to the Wieliczka Salt Mines. You can only visit these mines on a tour and luckily English tours ran constantly. We ...

    Too Much Adventure!

    A travel blog entry by bookiemama on Jul 18, 2012

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... 81-year old mother run through an airport and we still had missed our flight!

    Luckily for us, a few more people arrived that were supposed to be on the same flight (which was still about 15 minutes from its departure time) They arranged a bus for us and drove us out to the tarmac. All else was smooth for that flight, our luggage made it to Krakow as well, and we found a very long, crowded, local bus (although it was not the bus to the train that we ...

    Part A - Salt Fun and Genocide Darkness

    A travel blog entry by melepua on Jan 05, 2012


    ... tangible. Real. Too real.

    Oh, and the Auschwitz camps are not Polish concentration or death camps. The Poles hate that. They are Nazi concentration camps. My teacher friends, take note.

    We returned to Krakow at about 5pm. Our whole day filled with our visit. I cannot continue writing about Krakow in this blog. Krakow is a magical town, but this day, this long day, put a shadow over my mood for the remainder of the evening. I must now ...


    A travel blog entry by chelseacrown on Jun 10, 2011

    ... you. It worked. Another haunting part was the hallways lined with mug shots of many of the people there, with birth and death dates. The haughty stares of two of them, a young lawyer and a young woman, are emblazoned in my mind. They both died. So many people died there- over 1.1 million. When we walked into the re-built incinerator area, I also had to hold back tears.

    After visiting Auschwitz I we headed to Auschwitz II, known as Birkenau, ...