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Krakow is one of my favourite cities. I've visited it twice now, both times in December under the guise of visiting its Christmas market however there is so much more to the City then just hot wine and trinkets.
There are numerous apartments you can rent in Krakow - I have found these to be a really great in-expensive …
We arrived last night, on time, and were met by our driver, just as planned. We checked into Cracowdays and have a lovely room called Chianti and the walls are painted somewhat that color. This morning we had a nice breakfast of yogurt, breads, cheeses, and meats, and then walked to the Old Town Square or Rynek Glowny. We walked through the Cloth …
... then visited the cemetery behind the synagogue, here we were told many different stories about the Jewish faith and saw the wall made up of broken tombstones from World War Two as well as the grave of and all the prayers to the rabbi Moses. We then walked through the square where they filmed the selections scene from the movie and past another underground synagogue, built underground as they weren't allowed to build their synagogues ...
... remainder of the two days walking around the river, visiting Krakow’s Jewish Ghetto that has been turned into a hip new artist and foodies heaven, and around the other less important but still eye-opening parts of the Old Town. We were really soaking up the fun atmosphere for as long as we could because it would all come crashing down the next day when we hit the infamous Auschwitz concentration and death camps ran by Nazi Germany during World War II. ...
... was a soup broth with sausage and egg in it. I really liked it. Not everyone did. Then we had what was essentially chicken parmigiana without the crumbs, coleslaw and potato. I really like it. We tried the local drink Tatanka, which is bison grass vodka and apple juice. It was nice; it tasted like the inside of apple strudel.
We had an early night as it is Auschwitz tomorrow. We watched Jaws on tv with poorly dubbed Polish over the top. You could still hear the English. Very ...
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Renting an apartment is the best way to experience Krakow. Having a kitchen means you can pop to the markets and shops and create a veritable feast for a few pounds. If like me you can't read Polish you also have the in-trepidation of not knowing exactly what you have purchased and the excitement of seeing how your "dish" turns out!
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A young married couple, we were loking for a little comfort at a price that was not too excessive. With Cracowdays, we found a lovely place to stay. The property is in central Cracow, very convenient to the Old Town (although it may look a bit of a distance on the map, it's actually very close, easily walkable). The other advantage is that there is a reasonable sized supermarket across the road, so it's good for self-catering.
In una splendida città che sembra coniugare perfettamente la maestosità slava, la vivibilità germanica e il calore latino, un albergo/appartemento pulito e ben tenuto con una proprietaria gentile e (cosa che non guasta mai) carina. Non molto lontano dal centro (una decina di minuti a piedi) è l'ideale per una permanenza, anche di più giorni a Cracovia. A proposito: vi consiglio di provare la splendida cucina polacca! I pieriogi sono buonissimi!!! A noi piacciono anche gli stupendi spiedini di carne, i goblaki e il (pur fortino) bigos.
Luca e Franco
A nice and friendly place to stay
We spent a great time here and we met a really nice landlord of the flat Miss. Magdalena Galka who has been very friendly and open with us, suggesting the best places in Krakow for the day and the night life...surely a place we will suggest to visit to anybodyelse.
Great new place to stay in Cracow!
I stayed in CracowDays with a couple of my friends from Kellogg, USA, while touring southern Poland. These apartments are great! The quality of the rooms and service exceeds this in many other hotels in Cracow and the price is comparably low. Beautiful and stylish decorations make this place really special and the Main Old Square and all sightseeing atractions are only minutes walking distance away. Definitely stay there while you are in Cracow!
Stayed 5 nights at the Cracowdays apartments and was impressed. Host Madgdalena was very friendly and made us feel welcome. The rooms were spacious and very clean and modern. The apartments were only a short walk from the Old Town which was great, and there was an added bonus in the fact that there are two 24hour shops nearby- very handy! Loved Krakow and would definately return to both the city and Cracowdays apartments.
Great place to stay in Krakow!
We are spending two nights at Cracowdays, a newly renovated apartment near the center of the city (about 10 minutes walk). It's a great place and I highly recommend this place.
The apartment is very clean and well designed. Free wi-fi, shared kitchen and a personable host with lots of recommendations of what to do in the city.
Nicely and newly refurbished apartment/room in a, from the outside, ugly old house, only five minutes walk from Krakow city centre. Four apartments share a rather well equipped kitchen. We got fresh flowers in the room on arrival.
The owners are very friendly and helpful.
A good place if you like to take care of yourself and not need the services that hotels can offer. We really recommend Cracow days.
The perfect polish treasure...
We found Cracowdays via the tourist information booth in the Planty gardens after arriving in Krakow...and what a pleasant surprise.
The place is a few minutes walk from the main square, the rooms are immaculate with all modern ammenities and very nicely decorated, and the owner is one of the sweetest people we have ever met.
Two huge bonuses are the shared kitchen and free internet as well.
We would highly recommend this place to anyone and we're planning to return again as soon as possible.
A pleasant place to stay
Cracowdays is a wonderful place to stay. Rooms are charmant, beautiful and very cosy. Magdalena, the owner, is efficient and smarty. She loves Italy and she's learning italian. Every winter she goes to our Dolomiti to ski and this summer she'll try gargano's coast. The apartment is well done, the ospitality excellent. There is also free internet access. Last but not least, the rates are not expansive. Really, a great surprise.