Hotel Kosciuszko

Address: Papiernicza 3, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31-221, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Pr?dnik Bia?y Po?udnie area of Krakow, is near St. Florian's Gate (Brama Florianska), Krakow Bike Tour, The Barbican (Barbakan), and Plaszow Concentration Camp.
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    Brilliant place to see my friends

    A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Feb 18, 2015

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    ... We weren't going to make it.

    When we finally got back to Krakow the time as already 14.30 so we then decided to walk around the Jewish quarter ourselves. This wasn't top far out of the old town. Aaron and Helen really wanted to go there so we headed for that direction.

    We got a little bit lost so we popped into a tourist information place to ask where it was and the best places to see. She mentioned the old Jewish ghetto wall and then a couple of other things. ...

    Deep Under Poland

    A travel blog entry by adam_kaye on Nov 09, 2014

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    ... the space for a range of events including underground rugby. We then took an elevator back to the surface. (Up about 200m) and got back onto the coach to arrive in Krakow.

    We checked into the Hotel and immediately we went down to the bar for dinner of Pumpkin soup and chicken with rice and salad. After Dinner we went out to exchange some money to Polish Zloty. So Jah took a group of us to the main square to see a few sights. We arrived just on 9:00 so we saw a man play ...

    Day 45 (Vienna - Auschwitz - Krakow)

    A travel blog entry by kimrop88 on Jul 13, 2014

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    ... into the burners which took about 40mins to turn them to ashes. The Jews were forced to do these jobs and would sometimes have to murder and burnt he bodies of friends and family members. Our guide made a very good point that we were visiting the biggest graveyard in the world because the ashes are everywhere, they even used then for fertiliser. The last part of the tour was at a different camp where we saw the living conditions in the barracks ...

    The somber past of this part of the world

    A travel blog entry by ericandrod on Jun 23, 2014

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    ... to Birkenau. This was by far the most powerful moment of the tour. First the train tracks leading inside the complex and built after the opening of the camp in order to streamline the extermination. I was unaware that nearly 80% on the people arriving at the camp did not even get to spend 1 night there as they were taken to the gas chambers as soon as they disembarked from the trains. A total of 300 barracks existed when the camp was in full operation, each ...

    What a fabulous surprise- KRAKOW! by Belinda Held

    A travel blog entry by belinda.held on Dec 31, 2013

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    ... of herbal Vodka. Then I gave all my remaining Zloty ( the Polish currency- no Euros accepted) to the violinist in Market Square. I had seen so much and done so much. It was like a dream. If you never visit Krakow, you are missing something. It is a spiritual journey to go to Pope John Paul II’s birthplace and to visit Czestochowa. The churches in Krakow, all reflect the history of the city, indeed the country. Poland’s place in history and learning ...