Park Inn by Radisson Krakow
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- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
TravelPod Member ReviewsPark Inn by Radisson Krakow
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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... away is the site of the former labor camp, Podgorze, which was overseen by Amon Goeth, who is so chillingly portrayed by Ralph Fiennes in the movie. I was not able to visit the site, but I hear it is worth it if you can find it. I planned on visiting the Jewish area of Kazimierz next, however a giant clap of thunder as I exited the museum changed my plans. I barely made it back to the tram station before it started pouring. My tiny travel umbrella wasn't ...
... are uncertain. From a word meaning ' protrusion from the marshes' to 'ravine' to a variation of 'Babel', the theories are numerous. What is agreed upon however is that the Wawel hill, located on the left bank of the Vistula river and just south of Old Town, is a Jurassic limestone formation 150 million years old. Medieval legend has it that a Dragon was living in a cave at Wawel hill, and that Krakus, a legendary Polish prince, ruler and founder of ...
Krawkow offered 2 free walking tours so we started with the Old Town in the morning meeting in the Main Market Square, in front of St Mary's Church. Walking from the square we went with a large group to the outer walls of the city. The Barbican Fortress, alongside the marine trance to Krakow, the Florian Gate, sit here untouched by any ravages of war just like most of Krakow. There are some stories that Krakow was left untouched after the wars because ...
... enjoyed the Apple Pie. Really impressed by Krakow itself. Hadn't known what to expect, and had wrongly assumed it would be austere and drab. The old town where we spent our time was truly beautiful and well preserved with stunning architecture, a lot of it quite baroque in appearance. The main square was immense, surrounded by pavement cafes, restaurants and authentic Polish strip clubs : ) lost count of the number of times we were asked if we wanted to see some ...
... color because of the affect of the B2 gas chemical had on it. Then to learn that the Nazi's would sell the hair to make cloth and people would buy it knowing exactly where it came from horrified me. After this room we went to another equally as large, filled with prosthetic limbs, canes, and wheelchairs of the disable holocaust victims. The next had the luggage with people's names painted or inscribed on them with other things like where they were from, ...