Trzy Kafki Hostel

Address: Slowackiego 29, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31-159, Poland | Hostel
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    Travel Blogs from Krakow

    Paying Our Respects

    A travel blog entry by sinfronteras on May 10, 2015

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... if you recall, I don’t like that airport AT ALL). My association with the city is often just airport-related as it seems to be the place one goes through if you fly United to Europe. But it was a wonderful place to ease into Europe this time. Stayed at the Hilton and at a reasonable price, but I checked for the following week and prices were hovering at just under $600 for a room! Not worth that. I found myself focused on the Frankfurt architecture on this ...

    Might be the Cheapest City but It's the Prettiest

    A travel blog entry by cindy.althoff on Nov 09, 2014

    66 photos

    ... Poland hoping we would see sun, but ended up with clouds. We got through customs and got some cool punches, and headed to find a taxi to the hostel. It turns out after living in Bangor and watching everyone drive on the wrong side of the car and the road to us, in Poland they drive on the same side of the car we do. It was so strange to adjust to the driver being on the opposite side after seeing them on the left for three months.

    After a bit ...

    Stories from Krakow

    A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Jul 26, 2014

    7 photos

    ... the top of the taller tower and leaped to his death. You can still find the murder weapon within the church, just in case you don't believe the story. But that is not Kościół Mariacki's only morbid tale. Another legend tells the story of a brave guard, who during the Tartar invasion on the 13th century stood as lookout in the taller tower. When he saw the Tartar army approaching, he blew his trumpet in all four directions (north, east, ...

    Krakow - a Jewel in the Crown

    A travel blog entry by agbucks on Jul 06, 2014

    5 photos

    ... in 1335, was formerly an independent community with its own defensive walls. Jews & Christians lived side by side. Over the centuries it became the largest & most important Jewish centre in all of Poland. During World War 2 this place of refuge for Jews from all over Europe became the scene of brutal persecution.

    * SG got her statistics wrong the other day with reference to Wroclaw. It was Krakow where 65000 Jews lived before the outbreak of war ...

    Proud to be Polish!

    A travel blog entry by jenwojnarowicz on Mar 02, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... Spring break is already starting next Thursday and I will be going to 2 countries for 8 days how crazy is that! I am going to Prague and Barcelona and can't wait to see the contrast between the countries since they are pretty geographically dispersed. I have hit the 2 month mark officially and in 2 more months I will already be home. Time is flying by here and I have so much left to see and do.

    Until next time, Ciao! wicz/