Park Inn by Radisson Krakow
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We left Olomouc and the Czech Republic behind. We weren't sure what to expect when we arrived into the Czech via the rickety trains but we were pleasantly surprised by how friendly and helpful everyone was. The towns we visited were clean, re-furbished and there was plenty to see and do. I guess 23 years has passed since communism ended and these …
On our way today from Budapest to Krakow -Poland: first time in Poland. We travel through Slovakia on the way and had a short stop in a small town - very cosmopolitan place- which was a total surprise. When we arrive in Krakow we head straight to the main town square and are amazed at how big it is. Apparently it's the biggest town square in Europe …
Optional excursion to the salt mines, a heritage listed area with beautiful salt sculptures and cathedral down in the mines. No photos were allowed inside unless you paid so I just bought some postcards.
In the evening we went to the optional Polish Polka dinner with some great entertainment and food.
On to Krakow today for two nights, it's great having the 2 night stays, allows you time to do your washing. When we arrive we view the castle and cathedral on Wawel Hill. Nothing much else for today.
Krakow used to be the capital of Poland and the country's largest city. Polish rulers resided at Wawel Royal Castle until the court and parliament moved to Warsaw in 1596.
... district of Kazimierz. This part of Krakow is different from the Old Town. It's more real .... but equally beautiful. There is chipped paint on buildings, almost like it wants you to see it's true character. Having said that it's interesting to see that even though it's believed that architecturally this district hasn't changed much post 2nd World War the vibe is very 2013 upbeat and trendy. Chic shops, art galleries and restaurants.
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We enjoyed the Park Inn in Krakow. It had all the modern amenities, it was extremely clean, the staff was very helpful and it was located within walking distance of all the sites. I would recommend this hotel.
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