Hotel Korona

Address: 9-15 Kalwaryjska Street, Krakow, Southern Poland, 30-504, Poland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Krakow

Krack'ing good time in Krakow

A travel blog entry by eddim on Sep 10, 2015

27 photos

... into my brain along with sheer size in term of acreage of both of these camps.

Dad and I lucked out in getting the royal accommodations this time by getting the room with the only street facing balcony. After dinner, the group had to come up and check it out, in the accompaniment of a bottle of vodka to share and discuss and compare the balcony Jim and Allen had in Prague. Even though our balcony was nicer, the palace of an apartment Jim ...


A travel blog entry by s-ashmore-hayes on Jun 07, 2015

2 comments, 8 photos

... the heat (I repeat from a previous post in when I say we are such "typical Brits"...). The trip lasted around 3 hours, and I later discovered that we only actually saw about 1% of the mines... The highlight of the mines for me was the massive underground Chappel, which was just beautiful! As it was the salt mines, the guide told us that we could lick the walls if we wanted, to see that it truly is salt. This lead to Emma running to ...

Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum

A travel blog entry by samlumley on Jan 23, 2015

1 comment, 8 photos

... Polish political prisoners, Soviet prisoners of war, Gypsy families, homosexuals, people with disabilities and prisoners of conscience or religious faith (including several hundred Jehovah's Witnesses). Nazis at Auschwitz offered some non-Jewish female prisoners the option of 'light work'. As the women soon discovered, 'light work' meant prostitution. Josef Mengele's scientific experiments at Auschwitz often involved studies of twins. If one twin died, ...

"Imagine the scenes if this goes in"

A travel blog entry by tomholmes on Sep 30, 2014

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... a trumpeter got killed while playing this during an invasion. However this isn't true and was made up by a tour guide many years ago.

The tour also took us to the Barbican, that protected the city walls and was the only side of the city to never be successfully invaded. When Poland was divided and came under Austrian rule they wanted to destroy the city wall. The Polish didn't like this and claimed it was part of their history. The Austrians rejected this argument ...

Krakow- A very nice little city!

A travel blog entry by robthebruce on Aug 17, 2014


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I was told in advance that I must go to Krakow, Poland. I was told it was a very nice city, and yes, it lived up to that expectation

I arrived on the overnight train, somewhat weary from lack of sleep. Whenever you arrive in a city at 6am, you have to suspend all judgment until a good shower and some breakfast. I ...