Santorini Hotel

Address: 35b Bulwarowa Street, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31751, Poland | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Nowa Huta area of Krakow, is near Oskar Schindler's Factory, Polish Aviation Museum, Krakow Bike Tour, and Kosciuszko's Mound (Kopiec Kosciuszki).
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    Travel Blogs from Krakow

    Vienna Nightlife

    A travel blog entry by jsimpson095 on Mar 01, 2015

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    ... exciteable Austrians, we got stuck in a 45 minute line to get in. If we'd known I'm not sure we wouold have stayed, but after a certain amount of time in a queue you get to a point where you're committed to seeing it through. I call this phenomenon "stubborness". Anyway, after getting inside we were all looking a little bit like lost sheep in the corner as the music was unfamiliar and we didn't know any of the Austrian words to ...

    Puff the magic dragon lived in Krakow.

    A travel blog entry by thiskiwiflies on Jun 25, 2014

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    ... br>
    Dinner was in the restaurant of the hotel. It was alright.

    Krakow is pretty stunning, I absolutely loved it. There was more to see and do then I initially thought but the town itself is just lovely. Next time we might go up the castle. It was also nice to spend a few days with a scarf and jacket and enjoy the long walks.

    The myth of the towns dragon is pretty neat too if you can be bothered to google ...

    Krakow - Medieval times to Modern

    A travel blog entry by fulkss on Jun 13, 2014

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    ... where royalty has always been crowned and buried. It was built in many parts over the centuries, beginning with a simple Romanesque structure in the 12th century. Over the centuries the cathedral expanded and also added 20 chapels so it is now an overwhelming mixture of Gothic, Romanesque, Baroque, Renaissance, Neoclassical. After the tour we lunched on pirogues at a local restaurant - an interesting cultural food experience as they were heavy on the oil ...

    If it's Krakow and I'm outside, it's raining

    A travel blog entry by teamwaldron on May 30, 2014

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    Third day in Krakow and third day of rain.

    In the morning we caught the tram out to the Krakow Salt Mine. You get taken down 130 metres and walk around for 3 hours underground. It was surprisingly informative and shows the mining techniques over 1300 years. The mine started in the 8th century and ceased operation in the ...

    Auschwitz-Birkenau - Part 1

    A travel blog entry by jeffdavis152 on Dec 08, 2013

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    ... 20 minutes, everyone was killed. One of the most horrifying things I learned was that the dead bodies would be in the form of a tangled pyramid, because the people would climb on top of the dead bodies to try to reach fresher air at the top of the chamber. Because the healthier people would survive slightly longer, the pyramids often had children and mothers at the very bottom. There was a specific group of Jews who were tasked with moving the ...