A two-day break
The Old Town is a prime example of an area that has maintained its character from medieval times and is well worth exploring. This area alone hosts around six thousand historic sites. Located in the city centre there are a plethora of green areas, including Botanical Garden, Planty Park and Jordan Parkto name just a few - the latter has a swimming pool and playgrounds so there is much for everyone when staying at Campanile Krakow Hotel .
A week-long stay
Krakow’s former Jewish district of Kazimierz is an aesthetic delight and has many renaissance buildings to admire. With 18 districts in Krakow it is difficult to single out any one place. Wawel Hill is home to Wawel Castle and its Cathedral, making this one of the most historic districts, while the Market Square, within the Old Town, has many churches and museums. The Krakow Royal Walk is a logical way of exploring the city and some of the architectural and cultural beauty Krakow possesses.
A family holiday
Krakow also caters for the family, at Henryk Jordan Park you can rent boats, bikes and electric cars and The Dinosaurus Park is as much educational as it is entertaining, with sources for teaching all ages about dinosaurs and several thousand-year-old trees. The Zoological Garden and Mini ZOO dates back to 1929 and is home to around 1500 animals, with the mini zoo offering the chance to get up close and stroke the animals.