Studio | sleeps 2
Situated within the historic and picturesque Old Town wall, just 50 metres from the Old Town square, this split-level first floor apartment has a very comfortable upper sleeping area. Nestled just inside the Old Town walls, and only 100 meters away from the Old Town Square, this first-level apartment has a loft bedroom and a double sofa-bed on the lower level. This apartment may not be the best choice for senior citizens.
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, Studio|
|Nearest Amenities||600 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest railway: Main Railway Station 1.2 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine|
|Rooms||1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||2 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Further details indoors||
Cookware & Kitchen Utensils, Crockery & Cutlery, Iron & Ironing Board, Drying Rack, Hair Dryer, Bed Linen & Towels, Toiletries, Central Heating, Washing Machine, TV, microwave, coffee maker.
Washbasin with mirror, shower unit, WC.
Double bed, reading lamps.
Bathroom/WC, Corridor, Kitchen, Living room, Bedroom.
Cookware & Kitchen Utensils, Crockery & Cutlery, Washing Machine, cupboard, cooking hob with an oven, electric kettle, microwave, toaster, fridge, coffee maker, dish rack, shelves.
TV, chest of drawers, lamp, table and chairs, double sofa bed, wardrobe, armchair.
Help Desk, Airport Pick-up Service, Cell Phone Rentals, Cots, High Chairs, Mattress (on request), Free weekly cleaning, Fan(s) on request.
The check-in takes place in our office at Dietla 75 apt. 1a.
Check-in and check-out hours: Check-in: from 13:00. Check-out: by 11:00. Other times only by arrangement.
Please note that the check-in procedure varies depending on your arrival time: Mon-Fri: 13:00-18:00: please arrive in our office, Mon-Fri: after 18:00 hrs, weekends and holidays: please call the number +48* (0) 501 74 58 73 at least 40 minutes before the check-in (* dial 0 instead of the country code if using a Polish public phone).
While checking in, you will be required to: - fill out our registration form;- settle the payment; - provide us with your credit card details or pay a deposit of 50 euro per person (minimum 150 euro per apartment) to cover unforeseen damages or losses during your stay (the deposit will be returned to you upon departure). Then we will hand you over the keys.
If you require any help during your stay in Krakow , do not hesitate to contact our office at Dietla 75 apt. 1a and is open Mon-Fri 09:00-20:00, Weekends 9:00 17:00.
We offer these extra services.
Airport pickup available (extra fee).
Baby cot on request.
The Carpathian/Polish Mountains region
Poland, though trampled on and suppressed many times over the years, has been the every rising phoenix from the ashes of war torn Europe. Complimented by its deep and rich heritage and history, Europe’s 21st century Poland is guaranteed to be an exciting and eye opening experience for you.
If the 14th century Gothic castles in the north and the extermination camps of Nazi Germany don’t fascinate you, the world cuisines and street artists of the cities will get that inner artist or writer out of you!
Even in the midst of rapid modernisation, the countryside still retains its rustic charm and practicalities. The crystal waters of the Great Masurian Lakes and still popular with sailors and Kayakers and the long sandy beaches of the Baltic coast, providing ample seaside resorts for the summer.
It’s hard to explain how much you are missing out on in the city of Krakow. This beautiful walled city was the capital of the country between the 11th and 17th century. Krakow is also home to the countries’ first university, the Krakow Academy today called the Jagiellonian Uni. Even the harsh effects of modernism have not been able to dowse this city’s obvious history of artists, musicians and writers. Krakow was once the centre of new ideas and culture, prosperous for many thousands of years.
The market square, like Warsaw, has been the centre of city life for centuries, but this one is particularly well known as being the 2nd largest in Europe after Venice! Bursting with an estimated 6000 architecturally attractive buildings and about 2.5 million antiques and artefacts stored in museums and churches. The city is so rich in history it has even been registered as one of the 12 sites on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
There are some definite “no tot be missed” attractions such as sites linked with John Paul II, the underground tunnels of the Wieliczka salt mine, the Kazimierz Jewish district and the Veit Stoss altar. The traditional bugle call done every hour on the hour, is one of the many fascinating peculiarities in the city. The bugle is played from the top of St. Mary’s Church tower and even played on the radio for the mini trumpet’s dulcet tones at noon each day.