About this listing
A new decorated, clean and quiet apartment on the 1st floor, in the old tenement house. The flat is spacious (85m2) and comfy. The accommodation comprises:
- 4 bedrooms (number of beds depends on you)
- dining area
- fully equiped kitchen
Apartment is settle in old tenement house in a student area of Cracow, only 20 minutes walk from Main square, right opposite University of Science and Technology, near the sports complex of University: sports hall AGH (Hala Sportowa AGH), swimming pool, gym, football stadium "Wisła", Jordana Park, Błonia Kraków (within 10 minutes walk each).
Directly connected with Kraków Airport -Balice (20 minutes by bus no. 208) and bus/railway station (15 minutes by bus no. 208).
On the same street are all facilities: grocery store (open to 11pm.), small affordable restaurant "Fresh", nice "Kawiory 8 Cafe" that serves breakfast and lunch.
In apartment is unlimited fast Wifi connection.
The bus stop is 2 minutes walk from here.
Unlimited access to:
- kitchen (fridge, freezer, microwave, espresso machine, coffe and tea for free)
- bathroom (shower, bath towels, shampoo, shower-gel, hair-dryer, toilet paper, cotton pads and buds)
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund plus service fees back.
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Born and bred in Kraków I met all the alleys here and I would love to give you some interesting tips. I’m interested in almost everything around me. I spend a lot of time outdoors particularly if it's a beautiful day enjoying city life and taking pictures, which will be happy to share with you. I enjoy meeting new people and learning, love feasts with family and friends.
I also love mountains and hiking a lot so I often come back there, especially to Zakopane, from my father comes.
There are many great reasons to see Kraków so, if you are going to visit Poland, you should definitely choose Krakow! Krakow is the city where Polish culture and art have both flourished and been preserved throughout the ages. It is a city strongly connected with the Polish history and wasn’t destroy during the World War II, so it has a big Old Town with many architectural monuments.