Hotel Apis

Address: al. 29 Listopada 137, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31-406, Poland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Pr?dnik Czerwony area of Krakow, is near Polish Aviation Museum, The Barbican (Barbakan), Krakow Bike Tour, and Plaszow Concentration Camp.
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          • Restaurant
          • Fitness/Health center
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed


          • Suites


          • Room service
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Business Services

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Apis Krakow

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Krakow

          Heading south to Krakow

          A travel blog entry by brenton-alan on Aug 22, 2015

          69 photos

          The train ride to Krakow was very smooth and fast, and modern. Only took 2.5 hours to cover 350ks. I made my way to the studio apartment in Krakow, where Anna was waiting to greet me. The studio is pretty small, but liveable. At least it is modern inside. I think i wont get that good a sleep here as there is a tram stop right outside the window, lets hope the double glazing works well.

          The old Town square is one of the nicest i have seen so far. It is quite ...

          Brilliant place to see my friends

          A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Feb 18, 2015

          10 photos

          ... see what the living conditions were like. They were horrible. The men's camps where all burnt down because they were made out of timber but the chimneys remain. All you can see are just rows and rows or chimneys where the huts used to be.

          As we entered the woman's huts we could see the bunk beds what they used to share. We said you could probably get 4 people on each bunk but in fact they had 10. She said the best bunk to be on was the middle one because they bottom one ...

          Captivating Krakow

          A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Jul 27, 2014

          1 comment, 39 photos

          ... we have visited, the citizens of Krakow and Poland in general went through hell during the war, but unlike Dresden, most of Krakow’s beautiful buildings remained intact through it all. Of course, there is no escaping the horrific past, and several of our days here were spent reflecting on this, especially after our day trip to Auschwitz and visit to Schindler’s Factory. However the people of Krakow are happy and positive, and some of the friendliest we have met on our ...

          Stories from Krakow

          A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Jul 26, 2014

          7 photos

          ... or the story of the Dragon of Wawel Hill. Legend has it that when King Krakus, the found of Krakow, ruled the city, Smok Wawelski made a cave at the bottom of Wawel Hill next to the Vistula River. In his free time, Smok Wawelski enjoyed setting buildings on fire, pillaging homes, and devouring livestock and young maidens. King Krakus, in typical medieval fashion, promised that anyone who could defeat Smok Wawelski could have his beautiful ...

          Terrible times.

          A travel blog entry by jessicaalice on Jul 19, 2013

          1 photo

          ... you win some you loose some! In this case Euros, and faith in EU rail. It was a long and sleepy train ride. I think we realised that we re backpackers on a budget when we cracked open our tin of Tuna, and removed the first 5 crackers from the open pack to get to the fresher ones...the crackers were bought in Munich...3 countries, and 5 cities ago. We also invested in some Salt n Pepper to add to our 'food bag' (thanks Jed.) and I grabbed some ...