Great deals to Krakow, Poland's cultural hub
Lose yourself in medieval beauty and opulence
Sometimes called "Little Rome" for its sheer number of stunning churches and historic sites, Krakow is famed for being one of Eastern Europe's most beautiful cities. Home to a royal castle, sprawling parks and medieval trade halls and churches, the southern Polish city is a history lover's dream destination. Its location to the south of the country means that Krakow enjoys warmer weather than some of Poland's other major cities, providing the perfect conditions for the exploration of winding alleyways, ancient market squares and winding river banks.
We can help you find the perfect location for your stay in the city to ensure that you make the most of your visit, and see everything Polish culture has to offer. Whether you're looking for luxury old-world charm or more modern surroundings, our selection of hotels and residences caters to your unique needs so that your holiday is a memorable one.
Uncover Poland's past
For those looking to immerse themselves in a country's cultural heritage, Krakow is ideal. Home to hundreds of jaw-dropping churches, the city's story unfolds before your eyes as you wander its cobbled streets and airy cathedrals. A visit wouldn't be complete without a walk through St. Mary's Basilica, situated in Krakow's beautiful and ancient Main Square. Just beside the basilica sits the Cloth Hall, making the discovery of Polish cultural history as easy as exploring the four sides of its central square.
A bike ride or guided walking tour around the city offers a wealth of sights, from the town's medieval walls to its historical synagogues, museums and castles. For those interested in the country's more recent history, visits to Auschwitz and Birkenau are frequently made, offering a sobering look at the devastation of the Second World War. In the same vein, Oskar Schindler's factory has been converted into a world-class museum well worth a visit. Tours of the city's Jewish quarter offer an insight into the past, and an opportunity to explore one of Krakow's most young and exciting neighbourhoods.
Feast on local cuisine and dive into Krakow's nightlife
Booking a holiday to Krakow unlocks a wealth of fine dining and drinking opportunities. The city plays host to some of Poland's best restaurants, serving the hearty, delicious soups, stews and desserts the country is famous for. Medieval surroundings set the stage for culinary adventures and delights, while the city's bustling nightlife is well known. Offering everything from quiet cocktail bars to busy bars and clubs, Krakow's young population make a night out exciting and energising. Our ideally-located hotels and residences make exploring Krakow by night convenient and fun.
Whether you prefer to steep yourself in culture and history, relax in old-world luxury or discover an exciting, dynamic city, our handpicked offers ensure that your dream holiday becomes a reality. Our exclusive prices ensure that you get the best value, while our high standards guarantee quality. Book a holiday to Krakow and find out why it is fast becoming one of Europe's most popular tourist destinations.