Hotel Ruczaj

Address: ul. Ruczaj 44, Krakow, Southern Poland, 30-409, Poland | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Krakow

Wonderful & Sad all at the same time....

A travel blog entry by suzedogge on Sep 13, 2015

1 comment, 63 photos

... and then we headed for a recommended (trip adviser) hairdresser for a bit of a touch up to my hair and a trim of Justin's beard (although I thought he could try for a Zac type beard:) as four weeks in, we were a both in need of a touch up:) After lunch we joined the free walking tour (well its free but there is an expectation of a 'donation' at the end....which we were quite happy with, but you feel good 'coz it's free:) the tour took in the Old City, Churches, ...

Going by train to Kraków

A travel blog entry by rskil on May 25, 2015

1 photo

... com and it will be a very negative response. We are in the heart of the old town just a very very short walk to the main square. It is huge, with heaps of restaurants and of course the carriage rides. We are looking forward to exploring the old town and its environs. At night it is very pretty, we had a lovely walk around and I will remember to take photos! We stayed at the Tutti Frutti Apartments ( but really it was a hostel ...

"Imagine the scenes if this goes in"

A travel blog entry by tomholmes on Sep 30, 2014

7 photos

... of our stand and then kissing the pitch. All 3/4 of the stadium with the home fans in were sent into raptures! I didn't know where to look! In all the chaos, the final whistle had gone, And Cracovia had won the 'Holy War' derby with the last kick of the game, against city rivals Wisła Krakow. That last moment ensured the game will live long in the memory!

On the way back we stopped of for a beer. We had seen a place advertising 'hot beer' so I decided to try it ...

Kracow Day 2

A travel blog entry by redhalo on Aug 10, 2014

5 photos

... salt and apparently the air is good for asthma sufferers - apparently even the horses that worked in the mine lived longer than those above ground too! They had carved loads of beautiful chapels (miners are/were(?) very religious people). I was expecting more 'powdery-white' salt than the grey rock we actually encountered and it was also no longer a working mine which seemed disappointing in a way.

We got back late so dinner had to be postponed a little bit but then ...

Krakow Sightseeing and Auschwitz-Birkenau

A travel blog entry by dft on May 13, 2014

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... so that they could explain where the ghetto was and how people came to work in his factory everyday. Then, we went to Kazimierz which was an independent town since the 14th century. They said that Steven Spielberg shot his film Schindler's List largely in Kazimierz because it still retains the "look" of the Jewish community that was there before the Nazis. Kazimierz was a cute little town with a main square, lots ...