Holiday Apartments in Krakow, Poland.
Whether you do not need
full service or you do need full privacy, and whatever other reason
you’d rather not stay in a hotel, renting a holiday apartment is a
Krakow. Self-catering vacation rentals of any size are readily
available in the city all year round. Together they can accommodate
a couple of thousand visitors at the same time.
Prices of vacation
apartments in Krakow
Accommodation in a rental
apartment is less expensive than most
good hotels in Krakow.
The city’s high-season daily rates for holiday apartments range from
euro 35-55 for a two-bed studio suite to euro 70-120 for a
three-bedroom flat. One-week rent may amount to euro 200-350 and
euro 350-550, respectively. And you might get a real bargain when
you want to stay longer, notably off season.
Quality rental vacation
apartments in Krakow
The city’s short-term
apartments vary immensely from one another. Usually, they are
former tenements or condos rather than purpose-built. Also,
converted attics and the like make up a substantial part of the
apartments in Krakow are usually located in the downtown area but it
doesn’t necessarily mean an attractive neighborhood.
Kitchens with electric
ovens, refrigerators, and basic cooking utensils seem standard as
well as cable or satellite TV.
The minimum stay is one
A typical operator
usually runs three to five rental apartments of different type, size
and price tag. Typically, they are
scattered around the city but in recent years a number of downtown
tenement buildings have been converted into clusters of serviced holiday apartments, sometimes with a 24-7 reception/concierge desk on
the premises. If possible, before booking a self catering
flat in Krakow it’s advisable to see it, examine its situation, and
inquire about conditions, extra charges, etc.
Renting Krakow flats
for a longer period
Those who want to rent an apartment for months or years should turn
or comb newspaper classifieds in the ‘to let’ section. In Krakow
virtually the entire
owned privately by
individual landlords. Reasonable if modest flats are let for
anything between euro 300 and euro 600 per month.
There are over 35,000 beds in Krakow to choose from.
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Travel to Krakow
Over four million
visitors show up in Krakow every year. Many arrive by air, but most take
advantage of the fact that Krakow lies at a major European road and rail
Shopping in Krakow
The city’s central
Old Town historic district,
turned into a pedestrian precinct, teems with stores of all sorts.
How to move about the city.
Eating the Krakow way
It is hearty indeed.
Drinking the Krakow way
Keep in touch while
happy back home with a souvenir from Krakow.