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2 Night 3* Hotel Stay in Krakow (Including Auschwitz Memorial & Museum Tour & Return flight from London) £84.55p/p@ Groupon (Crystal Travel)
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2 Night 3* Hotel Stay in Krakow (Including Auschwitz Memorial & Museum Tour & Return flight from London) £84.55p/p@ Groupon (Crystal Travel)

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Posted 15th Sep

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Looks like a good price for a trip to Krakow + a visit to Auschwitz. You'll be staying at the 3* Hotel Wyspianski in Krakow (more info below). Additionally you will need to apply the code MAMMA at checkout Various dates are available throughout November and December.

Hotel info:
Situated only a few minutes’ walk from the Market Square and other famous sites. The hotel sits only 10 minutes from the Kraków Główny Railway Station and Galeria Krakowska Shopping Centre. Sitting next to an elegant park area, Hotel Wyspianski offers en suite rooms equipped with TVs, hairdryers, and tea- and coffee-making facilities.

Terms and Conditions:

Cancellation Policy:
No modification or cancellation allowed after booking confirmation. Bookings are non-refundable and non-transferable to another destination once confirmed.

Validity:
Valid for arrivals on fixed dates from Sep 2019 to Mar 2020.
Price per person (pp) based on double occupancy. You must buy 2 vouchers min. to complete booking.
If you want to travel alone, single supplements will apply based on the departure date and time. Please enquire with the Travel Provider at the time of booking.
Validity period depends on option purchased (date and number of nights).

Booking:
Must book within 7 days from voucher purchase.
Booking required by phone 0203 510 2370.
Confirmations will be sent out within 3 working days from the date the booking is completed with the Travel Provider.
Limit of 4 vouchers per person. May buy extra vouchers as gifts but not to extend the stay.

Transportation details:
Valid for direct flights from London Gatwick, Luton, Stansted, Manchester, Edinburgh and Bristol to Krakow (KRK).
Travel documents to be received up to 1 day before departure. You must go with your boarding pass printed to the airport, at the risk of having to pay additional charges.
This holiday is an ATOL protected holiday. More info here.
Depending on flight schedules and transfers, the first or the last night might not be entirely spent in the hotel. Flight departure points, dates and hours are subject to availability and cannot always be guaranteed. Supplements may apply if busy dates get overbooked and you must always purchase the Groupon Voucher first.
Only a small piece of hand luggage per person included. Hand luggage policy depends on the airline; for details, please enquire with the travel provider directly. Check-in bags can be added depending on carriers' charges. Cost will be advised at the time of booking by the travel provider.
Not included: in-flight meals and airport transfers.
Airport taxes included.

Other Information:
The hotels are located in Krakow, Poland.
If the featured hotels are unavailable, a hotel of a similar or higher standard will be offered to customers at the time of booking.
City tax included in the price.
For child/infant policy please enquire when booking.
For travel advice, please check here.
A valid passport is mandatory.
Valid for stay in a standard double/twin room for 1 person (sharing with another person).
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Good deal but I really think Krakow deserves longer than two nights, especially with a day dedicated to Auschwitz.
vaiopup15/09/2019 20:44

Good deal but I really think Krakow deserves longer than two nights, …Good deal but I really think Krakow deserves longer than two nights, especially with a day dedicated to Auschwitz.


Totally agree, plus one day to recover from it.
Great deal for a great city. The Auschwitz tour is a must. You will be rocked to the core by the clinical, barbaric premeditated systematic murder of so many people. The scale is overwhelming. Everybody should visit to see what should never happen again. On a brighter note the city is great and the food is terrific and hearty. Prague before it got really popular.
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Good deal but I really think Krakow deserves longer than two nights, especially with a day dedicated to Auschwitz.
vaiopup15/09/2019 20:44

Good deal but I really think Krakow deserves longer than two nights, …Good deal but I really think Krakow deserves longer than two nights, especially with a day dedicated to Auschwitz.


Totally agree, plus one day to recover from it.
Nice find @reindeer3333
A Kraków deal with a great local hotel.
It's just on the east of the planty (park surrounding the old town) which is a great location.

The Auschwitz tour leaves from directly outside this hotel too I think.

Heat added, but agree longer in the city is a must
Edited by: "tommytbone1" 16th Sep
Sounds like fun...
like the look of this
Great deal for a great city. The Auschwitz tour is a must. You will be rocked to the core by the clinical, barbaric premeditated systematic murder of so many people. The scale is overwhelming. Everybody should visit to see what should never happen again. On a brighter note the city is great and the food is terrific and hearty. Prague before it got really popular.
I spent four nights in Krakow (including a day trip to Auschwitz) & that was only just long enough - it's a great city & as previously stated deserves more than just a two night stay.
I love Kraków, I'm sure you will too. Here's a good video about the places worth visiting:


youtube.com/wat…Mk8
Edited by: "BenderRodriguez" 16th Sep
Agree with all the above, we had 4 days / 3 nights and it was about right. Also I HIGHLY recommend the Schindler museum!
Hi all,

I have already booked to go Krakow in October. Can anyone recommend a company to do the Auschwitz tour with?

I have read that if you make your own way to the museum you can book guided tours there? I guess alot of these guided tours are mainly the convenice of being picked up at your hotel etc

Thanks
Auschwitz is of course a must but can anyone recommend less touristy entertainment options in Krakow?
Code MAMMA, wtf...
I'm going next week.. glad to see positive comments. Auschwitz is booked for Tuesday.
Anyone recommend some where good to eat in Krakow ?


Thanks
TomT16/09/2019 14:44

I'm going next week.. glad to see positive comments. Auschwitz is booked …I'm going next week.. glad to see positive comments. Auschwitz is booked for Tuesday.Anyone recommend some where good to eat in Krakow ?Thanks


Zalewajka on Kazimierz (Jewish quarters) - our favourite and not so busy place. Lovely food and great service.
mansan1016/09/2019 13:29

Hi all,I have already booked to go Krakow in October. Can anyone recommend …Hi all,I have already booked to go Krakow in October. Can anyone recommend a company to do the Auschwitz tour with?I have read that if you make your own way to the museum you can book guided tours there? I guess alot of these guided tours are mainly the convenice of being picked up at your hotel etc Thanks


Book via your hotel. Contact them now to get you on a tour.
You pay on the day to the coach driver
This sounds interesting.

Only thing, is 1.5 hours enough enough for Auschwitz? That seems awfully rushed. I've spent over an hour in the top floor section of Imperial War Museum.

Rather not rush through such a historic place.
Went to Krakow a week ago for 3 nights 4 days. Starka restaurant in the Jewish quarter was outstandingly excellent. Auschwitz needed at least a full day. The salt mine is worth the trip as well. Schindler's factory is also worth pre-booking. We skipped a long queue with limited numbers allowed in. It's also worth going to the main square and going to the rytek underground museum underneath.
There are also free walking tours in Krakow from walkable tours
Cheap for the flights/hotel but poor value as all you will get to see is auschwitz. I’d suggest 3 or 4 nights to give you chance to see more of the cit

Auschwitz is worth seeing but it will take a full day once you add travel time and mental recovery time

Krakow is is a amazing city but All you will get chance to see on this trip will be what happened under 6 years of nazi occupation, and to just do that is a disservice to the vibrant city and its people.
Edited by: "gdjv798798" 16th Sep
TomT16/09/2019 14:44

I'm going next week.. glad to see positive comments. Auschwitz is booked …I'm going next week.. glad to see positive comments. Auschwitz is booked for Tuesday.Anyone recommend some where good to eat in Krakow ?Thanks


Hop in a taxi to the Jewish Quarter only 10 mins down the road, restaurants galore there, great selection and fabulous prices 🏻
Remeber to behave yourself or risk getting beat up
We did Auschwitz through a company called 'krakov auschwitz - tours' found on TripAdvisor and booked directly on Tripadvisor.
The tour companies don't do the tours themselves, they book you on tours with the registered guides. I think this means you can enter earlier than people that just turn up.
Very well organised, minibus from hotel to ausvhwitz, then minibus to the other site for part 2 of the tour.
Bank on it taking a large chunk of the day - absolute minimum 2 hours at each site with an hours break in the middle.

Don't take a bag any larger than a small handbag or you have to leave it in a locker.

We did a couple of 'walkative' free tours when we were there. Free but pay what you think it is worth at the end. I think I gave the guide 50PLN (a tenner) as the tours were 90 mins each and REALLY interesting. We learnt so much about the whole place in those two tours. One pre booked out places before we went although you can really just turn up at the time /place and tag along.

4 days /3 nights for us, could have done with another day.
Edited by: "Anthony555" 16th Sep
TomT16/09/2019 14:44

I'm going next week.. glad to see positive comments. Auschwitz is booked …I'm going next week.. glad to see positive comments. Auschwitz is booked for Tuesday.Anyone recommend some where good to eat in Krakow ?Thanks


Lots of great restaurants. Our favourite is Pod Wawelem. Very reasonably priced, great service, great choice and massive portions. You won't be disappointed.
TomT16/09/2019 14:44

I'm going next week.. glad to see positive comments. Auschwitz is booked …I'm going next week.. glad to see positive comments. Auschwitz is booked for Tuesday.Anyone recommend some where good to eat in Krakow ?Thanks


There are some really good restaurants in and around the main square. I recommend a traditional dish called a golonka - that is if you are not a vegi - and some restaurants do massive ones!
Krizzo316/09/2019 17:45

Remeber to behave yourself or risk getting beat up


Why would you not behave yourself in a foreign country?
mansan1016/09/2019 13:29

Hi all,I have already booked to go Krakow in October. Can anyone recommend …Hi all,I have already booked to go Krakow in October. Can anyone recommend a company to do the Auschwitz tour with?I have read that if you make your own way to the museum you can book guided tours there? I guess alot of these guided tours are mainly the convenice of being picked up at your hotel etc Thanks


It’s worth booking a taxi yourself and you can then go at your own pace. Salt mine is also worth a visit
Just a word of warning - don't buy Żywiec, Tyskie or Lech beers, they're basically a Stella or Tennents equivalent - mass produced and overrated among tourists.

Microbreweries have been booming in Poland for the last decade, so finding a pub with local brews on the tap shouldn't be difficult.
Except of usual touristy places like Wawel and Auschwitz there are so many historical religious and architectural sights but Wieliczka Salt Mine is well worth seeing as well as Main Market Square Underground Museum and Museum of Archeology.
Lots of artsy places from Czartoryski museum where you can see Da Vinci Lady with an Ermine to many modern art museums and street art also Manggha Museum Museum of Japanese Art and Technology. For music there is great Opera and many Jazz clubs.
For fear loving there is a Lost Souls Alley. For nature there is Botanical Garden of the Jagiellonian University and beautiful Ojców National Park just outside of Krakow about 12 miles and some traditional wooden raft river cruises.
Food is great anywhere many in Kazimierz Jewish Quarter but best traditional PL cusine is in U Babci Maliny I also recommend any Folk Show with Traditional 3 course dinner all you can eat and drink buffet and so many great coffee places.
Any hotel recommendations for Krakow? I’m booking for just 2 nights next month (can’t get longer off work), somewhere central and nice but not too expensive! Been to Gdańsk a dozen tunes, but never Krakow.
panddda16/09/2019 23:09

Any hotel recommendations for Krakow? I’m booking for just 2 nights next m …Any hotel recommendations for Krakow? I’m booking for just 2 nights next month (can’t get longer off work), somewhere central and nice but not too expensive! Been to Gdańsk a dozen tunes, but never Krakow.



I stayed at Legend Hotel on Swietej Gertrudy & it was truly brilliant. The breakfast was an absolute feast too. Was about £40 a night for a double room.
darkstryder36016/09/2019 16:00

This sounds interesting. Only thing, is 1.5 hours enough enough for …This sounds interesting. Only thing, is 1.5 hours enough enough for Auschwitz? That seems awfully rushed. I've spent over an hour in the top floor section of Imperial War Museum.Rather not rush through such a historic place.


Can anyone answer this?

Everywhere I am reading says you could spend all day at the site.
darkstryder36016/09/2019 23:32

Can anyone answer this? Everywhere I am reading says you could spend all …Can anyone answer this? Everywhere I am reading says you could spend all day at the site.



The shortest tour is 2.5 hours which visiting just a few places 3.5-6h tours are standard ones but have in mind that waiting just to see death chambers are half an hour. Lets think about it for a moment total area of 191 hectares/ 472 acre, over 13km/ 8miles fence, over 150 buildings plus 300 ruins, museums archives also depends how quick you want to walk.
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BenderRodriguez16/09/2019 21:06

Just a word of warning - don't buy Żywiec, Tyskie or Lech beers, they're …Just a word of warning - don't buy Żywiec, Tyskie or Lech beers, they're basically a Stella or Tennents equivalent - mass produced and overrated among tourists.Microbreweries have been booming in Poland for the last decade, so finding a pub with local brews on the tap shouldn't be difficult.


I like Tyskie :P each unto his own i guess. I even visited the brewery while I was there. And Zakopane and the tatra mountains. Agree with most people you need more than a couple of days. You can go visit the Oskar Schindler factory too if you like that sort of stuff. But if someone offers to take you on a tour of the jewish ghetto don't bother, there's nothing there except some park benches and they'll charge you handsomely for the privilege.
beeskiss16/09/2019 23:55

The shortest tour is 2.5 hours which visiting just a few places 3.5-6h …The shortest tour is 2.5 hours which visiting just a few places 3.5-6h tours are standard ones but have in mind that waiting just to see death chambers are half an hour. Lets think about it for a moment total area of 191 hectares/ 472 acre, over 13km/ 8miles fence, over 150 buildings plus 300 ruins, museums archives also depends how quick you want to walk.


I understand, that's what I would expect, but the tour in this specific deal states "1.5 hours".

Leading me to be believe it will be rushed.
Salt mine also it’s a great place to visit once in Krakow, they do one day organised trip auschwitz and salt mine it’s a long day , or do it in two days but worth going for couple of days more
Yayy who's with me??
us_agent201216/09/2019 19:40

Why would you not behave yourself in a foreign country?



If only everyone shared that view. Unfortunately there are plenty who don't.

The one good thing I can say around that however is that I actually went to Krakow on a stag do and for those amongst our group who did fall into that latter category, it was eye-opening for them to realise that Poland isn't actually a third world country. I thoroughly recommend going.
keefly16/09/2019 23:30

I stayed at Legend Hotel on Swietej Gertrudy & it was truly brilliant. The …I stayed at Legend Hotel on Swietej Gertrudy & it was truly brilliant. The breakfast was an absolute feast too. Was about £40 a night for a double room.


Thanks - looks like £97 a night for our dates, a little pricier than I was hoping but the hotels seem loads dearer than we’re used to in Gdańsk/Poznan! Thanks for the tip, I’ll have a look into how late breakfast is served (not one for early mornings on holiday!)
panddda17/09/2019 11:56

Thanks - looks like £97 a night for our dates, a little pricier than I was …Thanks - looks like £97 a night for our dates, a little pricier than I was hoping but the hotels seem loads dearer than we’re used to in Gdańsk/Poznan! Thanks for the tip, I’ll have a look into how late breakfast is served (not one for early mornings on holiday!)



Yes, sorry - I did take a look after I recommended the place & was shocked that the prices seem to have doubled. It was newly opened when I stayed there 18 months ago, seems like the great reviews have led them to increase the cost
keefly17/09/2019 12:23

Yes, sorry - I did take a look after I recommended the place & was shocked …Yes, sorry - I did take a look after I recommended the place & was shocked that the prices seem to have doubled. It was newly opened when I stayed there 18 months ago, seems like the great reviews have led them to increase the cost


Ah, always the way with new hotels! Still, even at £97 it’s not much more than some of the others in the area. There are a few apartments that are much cheaper, I always just worry a bit about checking in at 1am for those after a late flight!
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