Popular Lettings in Cracow
Highlights in Cracow
- Great monumental wealth
- The Jewish Quarter
- Wieliczka Salt Mines
- La Lonja de los Paños
- Views of Kosciuszko Views
Most popular in Cracow
Prices and availability
Types of holiday rentals in Krakow
Are you organising a romantic getaway as a couple? A fun family holiday? Or a trip with friends to enjoy the nightlife? At Holidu we have hundreds of rentals in Krakow for an incredible stay. Most of them are located in the centre of the city or in the surrounding neighbourhoods. Very close to the river Vistula and the main monumental attractions you should visit. From rentals with rustic and traditional charm to others with avant-garde decoration, but all of them with great pleasure. What are you waiting for to book your rental in Krakow?Why book a letting in Krakow?
Krakow is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, so despite being a small city, is a tourist reference within the continent. Its cultural and economic development has played an important role throughout Poland's history. With a wide range of holiday rentals and lettings of all kinds at a very affordable price. A city that breathes a lot of history, from the medieval city to the sad legacy of World War II. So if you want to learn more about the history of Poland and enjoy cultural visits, don't miss the opportunity to rent a letting in Krakow for your next holiday.
Holidays in Krakow
The area and how to find your way around
Located south of Poland, Krakow is the capital of the Lesser Poland voivodship and one of the largest, oldest and most important cities in the country. With a population of about 760,000 inhabitants that increases to 3 million if we also take into account the cities that are part of the metropolitan area. The second largest city in Poland, only surpassed by Warsaw. Being the heart of the country for many Poles for having been the capital for much of the country's history. Therefore, if you decide to rent a letting in Krakow, you will find many interesting buildings and monuments to visit.The best areas to rent a letting in Krakow
Undoubtedly, the best area to book a holiday rental in Krakow is in the historic centre, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. With a great architectural richness, with beautiful examples of buildings of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque style. Most of the tourist attractions are concentrated in the neighbourhoods that make up the old town, ie Kazimierz and Stare Miasto. The first is the Jewish quarter of the city and the second is the centre itself. However, the prices of accommodation are higher. You are looking for a cheap letting in Krakow, it is best to look in the areas of Kleparz and Krowodrza, although the latter is a little further away. If you want to relax, nothing better than Dębniki.
Types of travellers and activities
Although Cracow's own old town is already a jewel in itself, the fact is that the city also boasts an impressive wealth of monuments, including its cathedrals and palaces, with an impressive variety of colours and architectural details that will leave you hypnotized, such as paintings, sculptures and stained glass. Book your rental in the centre of Krakow and you will be very close to the Royal Castle, the Wawel Hill Cathedral, the Jagiellonian University and the Gothic Basilica of Santa Maria. In addition, the city has no less than 28 museums, including Rembrandt and Leonardo da Vinci.
Did you know that the Schindler Factory, the protagonist of Spielberg's famous film, is located in the Jewish quarter of Krakow?
Top 5 Recommendations in Krakow
This is one of the most touristic places in the city. A real Renaissance jewel that has now become a large souvenir market.2. Lose yourself in the streets of the Jewish Quarter
The Jewish quarter of Kazimierz is one of the must-see sights of the city. Where you will find numerous synagogues, the Jewish Ghetto Memorial and a wide variety of cafes and restaurants with lots of atmosphere.3. Make excursions in the surroundings
Although Krakow has enough attractions to spend a few days, if you have time or want to do something different, we recommend visiting the towns of Zakopane and Wadowice, the Shrine of Czestochowa, the Auschwitz concentration camp and Ojcow National Park.4. Visit the salt mines of Wieliczka
Known as the "underground salt cathedral of Poland", the salt mines of Krakow are one of the places most frequented by tourists. The most famous in the world and declared World Heritage.5. See the spectacular views of Kosciuszko
This is a 34-meter-high mound dedicated to military hero Tadeusz Kosciuszko, located in the Zwierzyniec neighbourhood. Built with land from the Polish and American battlefields. The views of the city from this place are incredible.