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              Kraków (Malopolskie)

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              0.20 km to the city centreDistance to city center 0.67 km to train stationDistance to station
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              Frequently asked questions about hotels in Kraków

              The following hotels in Kraków offer free WLAN for HRS guests: Hotel Puro Kraków Kazimierz, Hotel Lwowska 1 and Hotel Novotel Krakow Centrum. More hotels in Kraków with free WiFi .
              On average, a night in a 3-HRS-star hotel in Kraków costs €68.03. The prices per night start at €17.31. If you choose a luxury hotel, the average nightly price is €125.64 (prices are based on hotel prices from
              In Kraków the Vanilla Apart, Let's Rock Hostel and Hotel Rakowicka Residence received the highest customer ratings with at least 8 out of 10 rating stars.
              The hotels Vanilla Apart, Hotel Galaxy and Hotel Metropolo Krakow by Golden Tulip have received very positive reviews from travelers for their breakfast options.
              You can relax in the fitness studio after your business meeting at the following hotels in Kraków: Hotel Puro Kraków Kazimierz, Hotel Lwowska 1 and Hotel Novotel Krakow Centrum.
              In Kraków the following conference hotels: Vanilla Apart, Hotel Wilga and Hotel Amber have received the highest customer ratings with at least 8 out of 10 rating stars.
              At HRS you have the option of sorting the hotels according to their distance from the center and choosing the right hotel for you. Or use the map view.
              The accommodations Hotel Puro Kraków Kazimierz, Hotel Lwowska 1 and Q Hotel Plus Kraków received particularly good reviews from business travelers. You can find more business hotels in Kraków here .
              You can relax in the wellness area after your business meeting in the following hotels in Kraków: Hotel Puro Kraków Kazimierz, Hotel Lwowska 1 and Hotel Novotel Krakow Centrum. You can find more information and offers on wellness hotels in Kraków at HRS.
              The following design hotels in Kraków: Hotel Amber, Hotel PURO Kraków Stare Miasto and Hotel Vienna House Andel’s Cracow have received the highest customer ratings with at least 8 out of 10 rating stars. More design hotels in Kraków on HRS.
              You can stay at the following hotels in Kraków for less than 80 EUR per night: Hotel Amber, Hotel Secesja and Hotel Optima SCSK.
              You get a good connection to the local public transport through accommodations near the train station. The accommodations Lenart Hotel, Garden Park Hotel and Holiday Inn KRAKOW CITY CENTRE are perfectly suited due to their proximity to the train station.
              For two nights in a 3-HRS-star hotel in Kraków, travelers will pay an average of €142.61 over the coming weekend. (Price based on HRS prices of a price query from 2 July 2022 for two nights in a single room this coming weekend (8 July 2022 - 10 July 2022).)
              In Kraków travelers can expect an average overnight price of €75.30. (Prices are based on the hotel prices from

              Kraków - Step into Poland's exquisite second city

              Historical Kraków has seen its popularity soar in recent years, but the city still holds some secrets. Visitors are attracted to the medieval beauty of the Main Square, the festive feel of the Christmas markets, or the cheap drinks and traditional Polish cheer in the city’s many pubs and bars. However, for curious travellers, there is much more to Kraków. This is one of the most religious cities in Eastern Europe, and the Roman Catholic churches are well worth a visit. The St. Mary's Basilica is a must-see, as is the 900-year-old Wawel Cathedral, where Pope John Paul II was ordained. Underneath the city there are even more churches and places of worship–all carved out of salt! The city’s salt mines are out of this world, and give a gruelling insight into the lives of the Polish working class just a few years ago.

              Location: Kraków–Where Western Europe meets Eastern Europe

              Kraków is situated in the south of Poland, and is well serviced across Europe by the John Paul II International Airport, just outside the city. There is a busy network of trains and trams that connect the city and its suburbs, but unless you speak at least a little Polish, they can be tricky to navigate. Luckily, taxis are cheap and easy to find.

              Business: New opportunities for contemporary Kraków

              For decades, Kraków was closed off to the outside world under Stalinist Russia, but while a few relics from the Soviet era remain, Kraków has now completely reinvented itself. As a member of the EU, Poland has capitalised on its existing manufacturing bases and skilled workforce to attract huge investment in the industrial sectors. Kraków has been one of the main beneficiaries of this economic revolution. Huge multinational companies, such as Warner Bros, Google, and IBM have their European headquarters in the city, and a 2011 UN report named Kraków the most promising city location for investment in global outsourcing projects.

              Culture: Respect for the past

              The Old City of Kraków was one of the first places to be listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1978. As such, it is beautifully preserved and offers a fascinating insight into the city’s past. While Kraków has modernised over the past few years, with American-style malls and fast food outlets, the city’s history is reflected in its culture. The Opera Krakowska and the Academy of Music frequently play music from Poland’s own composers.

              Activities: A haven for winter sports

              Kraków has long and snowy winters, so it is no surprise that the city is surrounded by ski resorts. Winter sports such as skiing, snowboarding, and ice hockey are popular with the locals, and a lot more affordable than other European resorts. Kraków residents are also football mad, and the city boasts a number of popular teams. The recently opened Kraków Arena hosts regular indoor sporting events, such as the 2014 FIVB Volleyball Men's World Championship.