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Visit Krakow while enjoying the quality, modernity and comfort of rooms at prices at accessible prices by choosing one of our Campanile 3-star hotel-restaurants. No matter what the purpose of your stay, the services offered by our hotels (Wi-Fi, conference rooms, flat-screen TV as well as parking and catering) will ensure you have a comfortable and peaceful stay....
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Enjoy the comfort of Campanile rooms in Kraków. Depending on the establishment, you’ll find private parking, meeting rooms, restaurants with self-serve buffets or à la carte dishes, as well as evening entertainment.


Hotel Campanile Krakow South

Hotel Campanile Krakow South



What to do in Krakow?

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Spend the first day of your short stay at our Campanile hotels in Krakow visiting the royal Wawel Castle, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, where Polish General Pilsudski is buried. The second day can be dedicated to visiting the Old Town (the stare miasto) and a wander in Krakow's main market (known as the "Grand Place"), the largest medieval square in Europe. Wawel Cathedral (or the basilica-cathedral of Saints Stanislas and Wenceslas), of Gothic style, is also worth a look.
Krakow, a thousand-year-old city with an intact architectural heritage, has many tourist delights. Visit Kazimierz, the Jewish quarter, and be sure to take a tour of the famous French-style bar-restaurant run by Polish lovers of France. There you will see some photos of Serge Gainsbourg and can buy French newspapers. Also pass by the gates of the Jagellonne University, the oldest in the country, and admire the colorful facades of the old town, before enjoying a pretzel or an ice-cream.
The old town, Wawel Castle and the Krakow National Museum promise family outings as pleasant as they are instructive. The linen hall, a particularly representative monument to Krakow’s typical architecture, is also a must-see. Don’t forget either to visit the banks of the Vistule, at the foot of the castle, where you can buy ice-creams and wooden toys and which offers a superb panorama over the city In the evening, you can climb to the higher part of Krakow by following the cobbled streets and admire the sun setting over the castle; then enjoy a good meal in a local restaurant before retreating to your Campanile hotel.

Polish specialties


Sniadanie, or breakfast in Polish, is traditionally rich and quite savory. So when you wake up you can enjoy a variety of meats, cheeses (cut-up into fine slices), hard-boiled eggs, tomatoes, cucumbers, and different breads (black or white). Ideal for visiting Krakow on a full stomach. Take advantage of the healthy breakfast at your Campanile hotel-restaurant on weekdays and at weekends.

Soup, a Polish institution

The soup is an integral part of Polish cuisine. There are more than 300 kinds of soups and they are consumed by the Polish during both summer and winter, cold and hot. During your visit to Krakow, try the savory żurek, sometimes served in a hollow bread roll with onion cream: żurek is made with fermented rye flour, a variety of vegetables, bacon and hard-boiled eggs. It is also called white bortsch and a sausage can also be added.

Other Polish specialties

Among other Polish specialties, don’t miss pierogi. This typically Polish ravioli stuffed with meat, mushrooms, cheese, and potatoes also exists in sweet versions: with blueberries, chocolate etc. If you’re very indulgent, treat yourself to a piece of makowiec, a cake with poppy seeds and dried fruit. Your stay in Krakow can also be a chance to try fermented pickles, known as “à la polonaise”, and mushrooms in vinegar.
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Must-see events

Independent Theater Festival

Each year, in April or May, the city of Krakow is home to the Off Plus Camera Festival, an international independent film festival celebrating documentaries, animated movies and short films. In addition to the movie showings, you can enjoy discussions around the works, enjoy exhibitions, concerts, outdoor shows and especially meet artists from around the world (producers, filmmakers, actors and festival organizers). Various prizes are awarded while a selection of off-competition movies is also presented to the public.

Music festivals

Krakow's two biggest music festivals are the jazz festivals and film festival. The jazz festivals take place in July and at All Saints. Each time, in parallel to the festival, there are many concerts in bars, clubs and cafés, lending the city a very friendly atmosphere. The film music festival is usually held in late May and offers meetings with the greatest composers.