The apartment is located in Poland in the city of Krakow, very popular and popular because of its many attractions and interesting places like Old Kazimierz, Wawel Castle, Wieliczka, Auschwitz.It offers you a high class apartment. Spacious in a modern complex with a lift on the 1st floor. In a peaceful Neighbourhood. The apartment can sleep 1 - 8 people is large spacious. It is comfortable in the building is the protection. In the complex there is a place to rest the bench. alleys children's playground and recreation center (swimming pool, sauna, jacuzzi, gym) .The apartment is modern fully equipped.It offers you a high class apartment. Spacious in a modern complex with a lift on the 1st floor. In a peaceful Neighbourhood. The apartment can sleep 1 - 8 people is large spacious. It is comfortable in the building is the protection. In the complex there is a place to rest the bench. alleys children's playground and recreation center (swimming pool, sauna, jacuzzi, gym) .The apartment is modern fully equipped.The whole area of the apartment is available. In addition, you can use the swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna and gym located in the complex. You can advertise in peace and quiet throughout the property where in the courtyard there is a recreation area, playground for children, with trampoline. .The apartment is in a very good location. The MPK stop is 50m away. Just 2 short bus stops is 3 min. And we are in the center.Where on the left we have Rynek and Wawel and on the right side Old Kazimierz. Second plus that the airport and the main station will take you to the object with one line. The third plus apartment is neat and well maintained.
Fourth plus the opportunity to use on site from the pool, jacuzzy, sauna and gym. Enjoy !!!.Silence and the city's most interesting attractions are within easy reach. The apartment is in a very good location. Only 2 short bus stops (line 184) is 3 min. And we are in the center.Where on the left we have Rynek and Wawel and on the right side Old Kazimierz. The second plus that you will reach the hotel with one line from the airport (line 252) and the main station (line 179). For those who like to spas, you can walk to the Old Town on foot. It will take us about 10min.
50m from my apartment there is a public transport stop from where you can get to any part of Krakow within 5 min.There is free parking on site or on the street 3zł / h between 10am -08pm.Weekand freeThroughout my stay I am at guests' disposal. They can contact me through the airbnb portal or by email or phone.Today, Kazimierz is one of the most recognizable places in Krakow. This vibrant cultural and artistic district attracts especially those who want to feel the spirit of Krakow's bohemia. The most crowded cafes and well-known art studios and galleries concentrated in the area of Szeroka, Izaaka, Miodowa, Józefa, Podbrzezie and around Plac Nowy. However, it is difficult to compile a full list of pubs, cafes and restaurants that are worth visiting, because each of these places has a unique character and decor, and there are dozens of them in Krakow's Kazimierz!)
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28 APRIL 2017
What to see in Kazimierz in Krakow (the most important attractions + map of sightseeing!)
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Kazimierz in Cracow was created by King Casimir the Great himself in the fourteenth century. For many centuries it was a separate royal city, important for the history of Poland. In the twentieth century, it was slightly neglected, but then it blossomed again and attracted by its extraordinary beauty more and more people.
A SHORT HISTORY OF KAZIMIERZ IN KRAKOW
In ancient times, the area of Kazimierz was an island, and in the Middle Ages it was separated from Kraków by the Vistula River. Casimir the Great decided to build a new city in this place in order to better protect the capital and yet in his lifetime, the city walls began to be built with towers and gates, which, unfortunately, are no longer present. Can you imagine, how amazing must have looked in the Middle Ages such two great cities?
Kazimierz is also famous as an important place in Jewish history. Jews were resettled there in the fifteenth century by the decision of King Jan Olbracht, under the influence of a wave of conflicts and intolerance. A separate district of Kazimierz was created in this way, separated from the rest of the city by a wall. It quickly became an important center of Jewish culture in Poland and in the world, so many outstanding scientists, writers and politicians were born. In the 19th century, Kazimierz was incorporated into Krakow as a new district. The walls were demolished and the Vistula was filled up with the Dietla street in its place.
During World War II Germans occupying Krakow resettled Jews to the ghetto in the Podgórze district located on the other side of the Vistula. At that time, synagogues, cemeteries and other Jewish monuments were devastated and then used, for example, as warehouses and stables. Before the war, there were almost 60,000 Jews in Kraków and they constituted almost 1/3 of the city's population, unfortunately, as we know, most of them were killed by the Nazis. Therefore, after the war, Kazimierz was deserted, nobody cared about the once vibrant streets, institutions or houses of prayer. 1
Many of the older residents of Krakow remember Kazimierz as a ruined, somewhat dangerous district even inhabited by poorer populations. Fortunately, those times have already passed, and Kazimierz, with its pleasant atmosphere and slightly mysterious aura, began to attract more and more artists, residents and, of course, tourists.
In terms of the number of visitors, it even competes with the Old Town and it also seems that it won with it in terms of the number of cafes, clubs and restaurants. Kazimierz is an exceptionally beautiful district and worth a visit!
WHAT TO SEE ON KAZIMIERZ?
I have a route for you to the most important attractions of Krakow's Kazimierz, not only the monuments of Jewish culture, but also wonderful churches or charming streets. As always, I encourage you to explore the neighborhood yourself in search of your favorite corners, despite the appearances there is quite a lot! Although probably quite a lot of people go to Kazimierz through Stradomska or Starowiślna, let's start with a pleasant walk from Wawel along the Vistula bank. In this way, we can easily get to the place where, rumoredly, Kazimierz "began":
Church on the Rock (Basilica of St. Michael the Archangel and Saint Stanislaus the Bishop and Martyr)
This is one of the most important churches in Krakow and, perhaps, Poland. According to legends, there was once a pagan temple here, then converted into a Christian temple. It was here that he celebrated the masses, and Saint Stanislaus, one of the patrons of Poland, died on the stairs of Skałka. In the vaults there is also the Crypt of the Sorrows, in which rest, among others Jan Długosz, Stanisław Wyspiański, Karol Szymanowski and Czesław Miłosz. Skałka is the church of the Pauline order. If you are already running your feet at the thought of Kazimierz, then go along Piekarska Street towards Plac Wolnica, but I recommend the more peaceful route along the river. On the way, we can join the baroque church of the Bonifratri (Holy Trinity), but our goal is the footbridge of Father Bernatka. We do not go through it, we only turn left to the city, to Mostowa.Ulica Mostowa
Thanks to the opening of the footbridge of Father Bernatka on the Vistula to Podgórze, Mostowa Street came to life somewhat and there were many cafes and restaurants - check it out! The houses at Mostowa are from the 19th century and here I have a small curiosity for you: the name "Mostowa"