Our Hotels in Krakow

Krakow is famous for its magnificent historical architecture and cultural presidency. It’s a beautiful place to visit for a weekend or longer.
Krakov cloth market


Where is Krakow?

Krakow is the second-largest city in Poland. It lies in the Lesser Poland voivodeship, in the area of the Nida Basin, the Krakowska Gate and the Western Beskidian Foothills.
The city is located approximately 554 km from Gdansk, 272 km from Wroclaw and 459 km from Poznan. The main river crossing the capital of Lesser Poland is the Vistula.

How to get to Krakow

Are you interested in visiting Krakow? John Paul II International Airport is just 11 km from the city centre, so you can arrive by plane.
You don't need a car to get there, but you can hire one when you arrive to make exploring easier. If you hire a car, choose a hotel with parking for added convenience. In Krakow without a car? Public buses and trams are an easy way to get around.
It's easy to get to Krakow by train as train companies provide direct connections to Krakow from most major cities. Do you want to get to Market Square quickly? The journey from Krakow Główny station should take about 10 minutes by foot. You also have a choice of the other nineteen stations, including Krakow Bronowice, Krakow Lobzow or Krakow Biezanow.

Discover the best attractions in Krakow

Krakow is considered one of the most beautiful cities – not only in Poland but in Europe. Situated on the banks of the Vistula River, the former capital of Poland is a place vibrant with life around the clock.
Fairy-tale views, historic buildings and green spaces are some of the city's hallmarks. Are you seeking attractions in Krakow? Find inspiration in our guide.

Wawel Royal Castle

What are the must-see attractions in Krakow? The Royal Castle is essential, once the seat of the Polish rulers. It's where Polish history began to take shape.

Krakow Main Square

The Main Square is the beating heart of Krakow's Old Town, surrounded by beautiful buildings and tenement houses. It's home to numerous restaurants and monuments, like St. Mary's Basilica, the Cloth Hall, St. Barbara's Church, St. Mary's Church, the Town Hall tower and St. Adalbert's Church. No surprise that it's a favourite with tourists in Krakow. The Main Market Square in Krakow has been awarded a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Krakow Planty Park

If you enjoy contact with nature, head to Planty Park, which encircles the Old Town in its entirety. The green area is divided into smaller gardens, beautifully decorated with fountains and monuments. It's the largest park in Krakow and serves as the city's lungs.

Barbican (Rondel)

The Barbican is a distinctive red brick building that once formed part of a chain of fortifications protecting Krakow from the Austrians, Russians and Swedish. It hosts knightly tournaments, historical performances and concerts. Inside the building, you may explore exciting exhibitions.

Museum of Polish Aviation

The Museum of Polish Aviation, located in the eastern city, has a rich collection of aircraft, including Polish fighters, bombers and helicopters. Museum tours are informative and entertaining, interesting for adults and the youngest aviation enthusiasts.


Many synagogues, Jewish cemeteries, several monuments and
museums, restaurants, bars and a weekend market. Find it all while strolling along the cobbled streets of Krakow's Kazimierz.

The Obwarzanek Museum

Obwarzanek is Kraków's most famous pastry. No wonder it's lived to see a museum created in its honour. In the Live Obwarzanek Museum, you'll learn what this delicious symbol of Krakow is all about. You can also make baked goods and take them away as souvenirs or taste them onsite.

Amazonia Parrot House

Are you travelling to the capital of Malopolska with children? You may want to bring them to the Amazonia Parrot House, where you'll have the chance to meet more than forty bird species. Children can feed and stroke the parrots.

Ojcow National Park

Ojcow National Park is less than twenty minutes drive from Krakow. This deep cave park is the smallest national park in Poland – its area is just over 2,000 hectares, with around 1,500 occupied by forests.

Wieliczka Salt Mine

The Wieliczka Salt Mine was built in the 13th century. It's spread over nine levels, featuring salt passages, lakes, striking wooden structures, sculptures and statues. It is an attraction that attracts millions of tourists from all over the world.


Auschwitz-Birkenau has been one of the most prominent places to visit when in Krakow for many years. It offers an insight into the horrors of the Holocaust and the destruction the Nazis wrought on minority groups.

Hotels in Krakow

Are you planning a trip to Krakow and wondering which hotels are the best? Maybe you don't know what type of hotel you should choose. Explore the ALL – Accor Live Limitless collection to find your perfect pick.
Looking to relax and recover after long days of sightseeing? Find a hotel with a swimming pool and spa for your perfect escape. Hotels with a view in Krakow stand out for their convenient location and scenes over the city rooftops. 4 and 5-star hotels in Krakow boast extra services and facilities, such as fitness centres or room service. Enjoy beautiful onsite restaurants, luxury toiletries and personalised services.
Planning for a hotel for a romantic getaway, you'll have no problem finding one in the former capital of Poland. Most of them are in the Old Town, the very centre of the city. Choose a budget or romantic luxury hotel to suit your wants.

Restaurants in Krakow

Wondering what to eat in Krakow? There are many exciting restaurants in the city, so you can enjoy traditional Polish food or international specialities.
Seafood lover? Head to Folga, where the fresh catch and extensive wine list create endless combinations. Mazaya Vegan & Vegetarian is a favourite among locals and tourists for vegetarian or Middle Eastern cuisine.
If you're after a cosy and elegant place with imaginative takes on traditional Polish cuisine and reasonable prices, Biała Róża Restaurant should appeal. It also has a wine list to match the dishes.

Krakow's pubs and bars

Pubs are becoming ever-more popular in Poland, while traditional and modern bars are also scattered throughout Krakow, perfect for resting with a drink.
Cudny Józef is a perfect choice for delicious beer and a cosy, welcoming atmosphere in the heart of the Jewish Quarter. More than 100 varieties of vodka? Step into the 12th-century cellar that houses the Black Gallery, one of Krakow's oldest and most popular bars.

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