Myth alleges that Krakow was founded by an ancient Polish princ
e – a brave ruler who slayed the ferocious dragon that guarded the mountainous area. While the legend may not be true, the stars in Krakow’s night sky still shine bright as dragon scales
, the reflection of the sun in the Vistula River glints like a defeated creature’s teeth, and a mystical air runs through this historic city.
Krakow is the cultural capital of Poland, where you can experience a postcard-perfect Old Town comes complete with Europe’s largest medieval market square and even a fairy-tale castle overlooking the river.
Indulge in Central European culture and dine on typical Polish cuisine: kielbasa sausage, pierogi dumplings and, of course, vodka.
Your hotel is located on a quiet street yet boasts neighbouring proximity to the two most important historical sites of the city – the Old Square Market and the Kazimierz Jewish District, whilst the must-see Wawel Castle is a pleasant 15-minute walk away.