Hotel Artur

Address: Ul Aleksandry 30, Krakow, Southern Poland, 30-837, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Biezanów-Prokocim area of Krakow, is near Wieliczka Salt Mine, Cracow Salt Works Museum (Muzeum Zup Krakowskich Wieliczka), and Church on the Rock (Kosciol na Skalce).
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    Travel Blogs from Krakow

    Incredible Wieliczka Salt Mine

    A travel blog entry by annieallison on Jul 10, 2015

    2 comments, 19 photos

    ... walking for so long through the tunnels. It reminded me of the underground tunnels and cellars in Champangne in France :) But we were certainly happy to be above ground again. We sat and had a late lunch/early dinner of a yummy pizza and some more of those great Polish dumplings.

    Back to the hotel for a relaxing night. "I watched Eat Pray Love" while David read. He is addicted to some science fiction books he has discovered by a particular author ...

    Learning History Lessons in Krakow

    A travel blog entry by wojtas-kolinski on Sep 09, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... knowing of their trials and tribulations.
    We spend the morning traveling and got into town around 2:00. We met our proprietor, Pauline. She suggested the 24 hour pierogi place. I had the mix pierogis which included meat, potato,and sauerkraut which was quite delicious. If you know me, you know that's quite the statement. We met Alicia, our tour guide for the Jewish Tour. That lasted almost 3 hours. ...

    Jewish Ghetto, Museum, Cemetary

    A travel blog entry by vpritchard on Jul 20, 2014

    ... this and started to put swords through the suitcases. The large chairs represent things which remained by those who were killed. The belongings that were left, were used to open a store for people to purchase the items. One more way to make money from the Jews. Chairs are facing the direction that most people went.

    Children and elderly were in the most danger in the ghetto.

    Responsibility, people who knew of people hiding Jews or people with guns were killed, as well ...

    Peaceful, magical Krakow...

    A travel blog entry by amy_green_22 on Aug 14, 2013

    ... are tall, majestic and painted in varying shades of cream. Later on in the afternoon, we went on a trip to the Salt Mines. They are very impressive! Everything under ground is carved and made from salt - the walls, the floors, everything! It reminded me of a coal mine (like in Wigan) where workers risked their lives and entire communities and families were built around the industry. The mine still operates currently but the history is still clear to see and ...

    Wisła Kraków

    A travel blog entry by mswinburn on Jun 02, 2013

    4 photos

    ... round the old town, the hostel I stopped in was just off the main square. Loads going on round there, enjoyed the place to be honest, just a shame about the weather. As I sit here in Bratislava, they're on about the banks of the river bursting as there's been so much rain. Apparently, people are dying due to the flooding in Austria and Czech Republic. And typically, it's been nice in England. Backwards.

    Had a good wander round Saturday, well as good as you can ...