Most notable is the lush Bednarski Park, a forested city park offering multiple trails winding through the trees. In the east end of the park is the old Fort Benedict, an impressive, red brick round fortress. If you are hoping to explore outside of Krakow, Krakow Glowny is the perfect gateway to the surrounding area. You can easily hop on a train for day trips to places such as the infamous Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camp.

Grzegórzki is located outside of the traditional city centre, and it’s a bit more of a journey from this district to the Old Town. Featuring 3-star accommodation, ibis Styles Kraków East is situated in Kraków, 6 km from Krakow Tauron Arena and 9 km from Galeria Krakowska. Featuring a restaurant, the hotel has air-conditioned rooms with a private bathroom. The accommodation features a 24-hour front desk, room service and luggage storage for guests. If it is too cold or hot to enjoy the outdoors, visitors can still admire the beautiful park from inside this Airbnb.

A 4-minute walk away from St. Mary’s Basilica, The Cloth Hall, and the main square, guests are within close proximity to the best area to stay in krakow has to offer. Here guests will find indie galleries, quirky shops, vintage clothing stores, and hip bars and clubs, as well as historic buildings such as the Old Synagogue and Tempel Synagogue. Kazimierz is located adjacent to Krakow Old Town, so visitors are within walking distance away from the best things Krakow has to offer. Hotel Lavender is also well located, only a short walk away from the main railway station! Rooms are well maintained with air conditioning and modern facilities. A buffet breakfast is provided every morning and comes with vegan and gluten-free options.

And since the construction of a footbridge creating direct access to and from Kazimierz, more people have started to take notice of Podgórze. That said, I still think it is Kraków’s most under appreciated neighborhood. Kleparz is a small, mostly residential and upscale neighborhood located directly north of Old Town. Here you will find Kraków’s oldest and most colorful market, Stary Kleparz. Locally grown vegetables, fruits, flowers, cheeses and meats are available fresh every day at bargain prices.

A stay at the Aparthotel Stare Miasto Hotel offers you everything and anything you could want from a trip to Krakow. You will find great places to stay across Krakow any time of year, but if you are visiting around peak travel times , I suggest booking your accommodation well in advance for the best rates. Nearby is the Manggha Centre, a modern museum of Japanese art and cultural artifacts. Grzegorzki is a family-friendly place to stay, lacking the sometimes rowdy crowds who can be found reveling in the Old Town.

Hotel Grodek is conveniently located in Old Town, the best neighbourhood in Krakow to stay in for sightseeing. You’ll find plenty of historical and cultural attractions nearby and this hotel is a short distance from bars, restaurants and shops. It offers unique and comfortable rooms, free wifi, a sauna, library and terrace. Hotel Batory– A small family-operated 3-star in a quiet area, this property has a cute, traditional look that reminds me of time at a cottage…or at Grandma’s house.

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