Alf Hotel

Klimeckiego 24, Krakow, Southern Poland, 30 706, Poland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Krakow

A Polish wedding and the start of the trip...

A travel blog entry by smirkleby


Well, after a long time planning, reading, dreaming and not a few nerves I'm on my way at last. Maggie's wedding was absolutely brilliant and was a 2 day affair! Her family made us very welcome and we ate and drank very well. I discovered that you don't drink wine but vodka - and plenty of it, probably getting on for a bottle each over the 2 days, …

Proud to be Polish!

A travel blog entry by jenwojnarowicz


... learned that Krakow is a city that enjoy fables and the first trumpeter in the 13th century was supposedly shot with an arrow, and this is a type of Ode to him, however highly unlikely. From here we walked over to Florian's Gate, and heard yet another fable. I will admit I am a sucker for a funny old tale so I was already starting to enjoy this tour very much. Heading back into the square, we stopped to hear a little about Sukiennice also know as Cloth Hall. This ...

Topdeck Hungary, Austria and Poland

A travel blog entry by cleegan


... whoever thought one little fan in a huge attic room was a good idea obviously wasn't a thinking man) we headed out for an included group dinner at a local restaurant. A group of us then decided to hang out with our tour leader and driver and have a few more beers, listening to all their fascinating travel stories from the last five or so years. A few beers turned into a few more which then turned into jager bombs back at the hotel bar which turned into a far later night than ...

Rain and More Perogies

A travel blog entry by jordanpurvis

Well today is our last day in Krakow. I love this city and its beautiful old architecture. And of all the cities we have visited so far, I feel the safest here. I still haven't crossed any sketchy people or areas, even when walking at night. Plus I will miss the wide sidewalks that double as parking stalls for cars and the tons of bagel stalls set up everywhere. Since we were gone to Auschwitz-Birkenau ...

Raj Pierogi and Friends

A travel blog entry by sp13rome

Clare and I arrived in Cracow at 6 something in the morning. Neither of us had slept particularly well, or at all. We were both alone in different sleeper compartments and didn't know it. Personally I was terrified that if I slept someone would come in and take my only coat or shoes or something. Consequently, I slept maybe 20 minutes at a time all night long. As we approached the city, the sun was rising over the snowy countryside and I started ...


TripAdvisor Reviews Alf Hotel Krakow

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good