Ibis Budget Krakow Bronowice

Av. Armii Krajowej 11A, Krakow, Southern Poland, 30-150, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Ma?e B?onia area of Krakow, is near Jagiellonian University - Collegium Maius, C.K. Browar, National Museum (Muzeum Narodowe), and Royal Way.
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    Travel Blogs from Krakow

    Really Old Stuff....

    A travel blog entry by beadledove on Jun 10, 2014

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    ... revelers that never made it home. I just sit and relax by St. Mary's and watch the swallows feeding on insects in the early morning light. All of a sudden a trumpet sounds from St. Mary's...apparently this is a tradition based upon the fable that a trumpeter sounded the alarm during an attack and his tune was cut off by an arrow in the throat. To this day, the tune stops before it reaches the end.

    This is moving day, so we ...

    Polish Adventure

    A travel blog entry by rowandmeags on Nov 03, 2013

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    ... and their details but there were certainly lots of people flocking to the square, looking at the market stalls, eating out at fancy restaurants and people admiring the lit of square. The city was nice by night but we are looking forward to explore it more when we get back from the tatra mountains. Our one night in krakow before we return in a few days for a few more nights consisted of a free dinner at the hostel, beers at the connecting hostel and a free breakfast. ...

    Kraków: beautiful city, heart-wrenching history

    A travel blog entry by etiennerossouw on Sep 21, 2013

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    ... sights of Krakow, interspersed with lesser known ones. He also struck a perfect balance between providing enough information without it feeling like a history lesson.

    We learnt about the dragon of Krakow, the turbulent history of the city, kings and queens who lived centuries ago, famous citizens including Nicolaus Copernicus and Helen Rubinstein, the power of the church in Poland (even to this day), a dog whose loyalty earned him a statue next to the Vistula river and, ...

    Our Polish Experience

    A travel blog entry by peterandjane on Jul 19, 2013

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    ... of the city, and spent 3 hours underground. This is an enormous mine, located on 9 levels, with a labyrinth of over 2,000 chambers connected by corridors of 245 kms. It goes 327m below ground level, although tourists only go down 135m, and along 2.5km of corridors. Salt extraction started in the 13th century, and this is one of the oldest working salt mines in the world. It was all hewn out by hand from solid salt, ...

    Dads favourite place

    A travel blog entry by jspence on May 26, 2013

    ... back to our apartment and made a reservation at a restaurant called Starka (it was recommended to us by our Scottish friend and it won the 2012 trip adviser excellence award) - we had tried to eat there the night before but it had been booked out. We then walked to Krakow's shopping mall to have lunch and spend some time shopping, however, none of the stores appealed us. We had a relaxing afternoon before going to dinner. Shay and I ate pork sirloin which was wrapped in ...