Krakow is a beautiful city steeped in history, Gothic and Renaissance architecture, tradition and romance. A visit to Wawel Castle and the City's Main Square is a must alongside the numerous bars and restaurants tucked away down its narrow alleyways and cellars
From a super £169, don't miss the opportunity to stay 3 nights in this beautiful city at the well reviewed and popular 4* Kossak Hotel, this hotel is in a great location to explore and experience all this magical city has to offer.
Staying for 3 nights on a Bed & Breakfast basis travelling on selected dates between 20 May - 30 June from just £229.
Departures are available from London Stansted.
Gatwick, Edinburgh, Liverpool and Bristol are available for an additional supplement.
Please ask a sales advisor for details of this and other fantastic city breaks we have available.
Kossak Hotel is built with a beautiful design located in Kossak Square next to the Vistula River in the centre of Krakow. The main market square is 700 metres away with a great selection of shops, bars, restaurants and nightclubs. A fantastic choice for those wanting to absorb the nightlife as well as the cultural sites including Wawel Castle and the Old Town. Kossak Hotel offers guests a 24 hour reception desk, Wi-Fi access, laundry, lift access, tea/coffee in the lobby, conference rooms, business centre, newspaper stand, shop, safety deposit boxes at the reception, bar and a restaurant. All 60 rooms are equipped with a bathroom with a bath/shower, Wi-Fi access, telephone, hairdryer, mini-bar, satellite TV, desk and air conditioning.
Krakow is the second largest and one of the oldest cities in Poland. It is located on the Vistula River in the Lesser Poland region. Krakow was once the leading centres of Polish cultural and artistic hubs. The city has grown from a Stone Age settlement into the second largest city. Krakow became the seat of Parliament in 1038 and went on to become the leading centre of trade. Historical sights including the Royal Wawel Castle, St Adalberts Church a Cathedral and a Basilica were built and remained undamaged by the end of World War II.
Krakow has 5 nature reserves and dozens of parks, forests and gardens including Planty Park, Botanical Garden and Jordan Park. Jordan Park is the first public park equipped with exercise fixtures. The old town is home to around 6000 historic sights and more than 2,000,000 works of art. Shopping facilities include Bonarka City Centre which opened in 2009 and is one of the biggest shopping complexes in Central Europe. Empik is the largest store in Krakow’s main market.