In a quiet District on the outskirts Of Cracow, there Is our Holiday Home
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Please consider the following guidelines when booking this property:
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date.
Quiet open space with clean fresh air and splendid view, nicely furnished
Our group of 8 had a wonderful time at the property, definitely need a car to enjoy the quiet hill side offerings. The host is extremely friendly and helpful with good whatsapp communication in English.
A really great Villa in a very quiet place. Not far from the center of Krakow. You need a car to reach the house but for us was not a problem because we hired one from the airport. The villa was very comfortable and had all the necessary to accommodate eight or nine persons. Four bedrooms, Two bathrooms and an extra rest room. Very clean and for children it was ideal because there were many board games. The games room was also ideal for the adults because it had the billiard and darts games. There was even a well maintained sauna although we never had the chance to use it. I must say this was the best Villa I have ever hired. Thanks. MICHAEL DEGUARA FROM MALTA
Thanks for your nice response Michael
Wir sind herzlich Empfangen worden. Das Objekt liegt etwas abgelegen vom Zentrum. Ein Auto ist unbedingt erforderlich. Der Garten ist wunderschön angelegt. Wir haben uns in dem Objekt wohlgefühlt und die Abende nach unseren täglichen Ausflugstouren im Garten genossen.
Urlaub in krakau
Das Haus ist nur zu empfehlen.alles da was das Herz erfreut.ohne Auto ist man allerdings aufgeschmissen
Vielen Dank für Ihre Empfehlung. Wir sehen uns in Villa Rajsko
Netter Kontakt, alles super sauber. Jederzeit wieder. Null Probleme
Alles wirklich super. Keine Beanstandungen. Jeder Zeit wieder in dieses Haus.
Danke fur Ihre Review.
5 días en Cracovia
A city wrapped in legend, where time flows differently, and where every moment becomes a moment of history. For centuries Krakow was the capital of Poland, the seat of kings, drawing great scholars and artists from the whole world. It is their talents and imagination we must thank for the city's rich legacy of unique historical relics, which reflect the most important trends in European culture.
The renaissance Royal Castle at Wawel, the gothic St Mary's Basilica, the historical trade pavilions of the Cloth Hall, the former separate Jewish city of Kazimierz, and even the Nowa Huta district, absorbed by Krakow together with its socialist-realist, industrial architecture, are all places which make a visit to Krakow extremely worthwhile.
Although the city no longer plays such an important administrative role, for many people, thanks to its rich history, Krakow nevertheless represents a synthesis of all things Polish, connecting tradition with modernity. In the special atmosphere of the beautiful and mysterious streets of the Old Town and Kazimierz you will find everything you need to allow you to escape from everyday life. Galleries full of exhibitions, cafes, pubs and restaurants: all of this is an integral part of any visit to Krakow. And all this is merely a modest part of what we can offer travellers seeking exciting destinations on the world map.
Kanonicza, the street usually taken to access the famous Wawel Hill, is short and fairly narrow. Yet it is one of the most important and ancient streets of the city; a street whose look has hardly changed over the centuries - authentic and very much alive. Moreover, Kanonicza provides an example of favourable changes that have continued in Krakow in recent years: the complex restoration of city's heritage and preservation projects which unveil the city's true beauty layer by layer.
The Main Square
The Main Square is a large area for people to meet during summer festivals, concerts, fairs, presentations, and Poland's largest New Year's Party. Citizens of Krakow frequently meet 'pod Adasiem', that is at the foot of the Monument to Adam Mickiewicz, the poet. A longer stay is encouraged by the ring of restaurant and café gardens surrounding the square, which can easily provide a place to rest for several thousand people. Some of them operate from early in the morning into the small hours in the night, nearly all year round, with but a short break during the fiercest frosts. In winter, patrons move to the cellars so characteristic of the centre of Krakow. In these cellars you will often find live music. Krakow has well deserved the title of the capital city of Polish jazz. Night life and clubbing also thrive here: after all, you are in a city of nearly 130,000 students.