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Plaza Boutique Hotel 4* —
Your Room —
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Your Board Basis
This offer is based on a Bed and Breakfast stay.Arise to your included breakfast. The hotel's main restaurant, the Venezia Restaurant, serves fine Italian cuisine such as mouth-watering pasta and pizzas; it's the ideal place to enjoy a buffet breakfast, lunch or dinner with friends in a welcoming environment. You can also relax in the bar with a good coffee or a drink.Please note: some dining outlets/menu items and premium, branded and international drinks may not be included and may incur a surcharge payable locally. Meals, snacks and drinks may be available at selected times only.
The Plaza Boutique Hotel offers a fitness room equipped with the most modern equipment to allow you to stay in shape even on vacation and a sauna to relax. They are located on the lower floors of the building and open every day.
Guided Tour of the Wieliczka Salt Mine
Venture underground and discover the salt mines of Wieliczka on this fascinating guided tour. You will be amazed by this labyrinth of underground galleries, dotted with breathtaking sculptures.
Note: The languages available are: English
Valid every day
Not recommended for people suffering from claustrophobia
Your Destination —
If you believe the legends, the city of Kraków was founded on defeat of a dragon who lived in Wawel Hill, and a fairytale-like charm still exists in this beautiful city. With its medieval history, grand architecture, and quirky character, this city is the cultural capital of Poland, where you can visit countless galleries, museums, and historical monuments. Marvel at the elaborate Cloth Hall, which dominates the city’s Main Square, Rynek Główny. Situated at the heart of Kraków’s magnificent Old Town - a UNESCO World Heritage Site - this building was once a major centre for international trade, and in the upper floor of the hall you can now get a taste for Poland’s artistic history at the Sukiennice Museum.
Afterwards, relax with a drink at one of the many cafes on the square, perhaps trying an authentic Pierogi, a savoury or sweet filled dumpling, and washing it down with a local beer. To escape the inner-city’s bustling, cobbled alleys, head to Las Wolski (quiet forest) to climb Piłsudski’s Mound, the highest point in Kraków. While most tourists favour Krakus Mound in the city, this taller attraction will grant you stunning views of the city’s glistening rooftops and the surrounding mountains! From the city, it’s also possible to visit Auschwitz; take in its mournful atmosphere and return to Kraków more appreciative of its now glittering and vibrant atmosphere.