Situated just 800m from Kraków Główny Railway Station, a 5-minute walk from Old Town, a 9-minute walk from Main Square and an 11-minute walk from Cloth Hall, Aparthotel Pergamin invites tourists to enjoy rich cultural and historical heritage of the city. The air-conditioned rooms come complete with flat-screen TVs, DVD players, minibars, sitting areas, work desks and deposit boxes. On-site amenities include a restaurant with a brick ceiling.
Placed on the edge of Kraków’s Old Town, in close proximity to Kazimierz Jewish quarter, just 1km from the Wawel Castle and Vistula River, Leone Aparthotel serves as a suitable base for exploring the charm of Kraków with its cobbled streets, numerous historical sites and shops and a variety of restaurants serving hearty food. Elegant rooms feature flat-screen TVs, desks, coffeemakers and mini fridges.
Travellers can opt to visit the UNESCO World Heritage site, the World War II Auschwitz-Birkenau complex, and learn more about the Nazi Holocaust during this full-day trip. A professional guide will tell the stories of individual prisoners at the camp and discuss the liberation of Auschwitz in 1945.
- Transfers, entrance fee and headphones included
- Guided walk through Auschwitz I and II Birkenau concentration camps
- Documentary screening during the bus journey
- English-speaking tour leader
Groupon’s Guide To Krakow
The storied city of Krakow turned into a cosmopolitan centre over the centuries, inviting tourists to traditional charm market squares, riverside castles and museums alongside a wide range of bars and clubs.
The cultural capital of Poland provides art admirers with plenty of galleries to visit, from the Bunkier Sztuki to the Starmach and the Pauza galleries, all featuring innovative works from breaking Polish painters, sculptors and graphic designers. Classical music lovers will enjoy the wide range of concerts and spectacles available at the Krakow Philharmonic and the Krakow Opera, while seekers of other cultural opportunities will be delighted by annual standouts like the Street Theatre Festival, the Jewish Culture Festival and the Krakow Film Festival. Refined pastimes come complemented by numerous bars, pubs, cafes and riverboat dining occasions. The city has an oceanic climate. The average temperature in summertime is 20°C, but it often exceeds 25°C, making this period of the year the most enjoyable for visitors. The Polish ‘golden autumns’ bring soothing weather and temperatures in the mid-teens in September and October, with significant drops in November. Although winters are cold, with average temperatures between -2°C and 0°C, travellers may enjoy a wide range of winter activities.
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