2 Nights Christmas Markets Krakow Break (Departing London / December dates) £55.20p/p @ Groupon / Crystal Travel (Using code)
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2 Nights Christmas Markets Krakow Break (Departing London / December dates) £55.20p/p @ Groupon / Crystal Travel (Using code)

£110.40£13820%Groupon Deals
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Posted 16th Aug
Excellent price here for this trip You will need to apply the code WELCOME at checkout (new accounts)Hand luggage only. Valid for arrivals on dates in Dec 2019. Accommodation is either at the well reviewed Emaus Apartments or the Petrus Hotel. Price per person (p/p) is based on double occupancy. You must buy 2 vouchers minimum to complete the booking.

Please note after booking you MUST phone up and book the trip with Crystal Travel within 7 days from voucher purchase. Booking is 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.
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Anyone seen Hostel? Love that film.
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Come on R33.. let us enjoy Summer first.. next we will be seeing John Lewis's Xmas advert.. in Sept!

HEAT!
bitcoin516/08/2019 21:47

Come on R33.. let us enjoy Summer first.. next we will be seeing John …Come on R33.. let us enjoy Summer first.. next we will be seeing John Lewis's Xmas advert.. in Sept! HEAT!


Thanks @bitcoin5


They're already doing Christmas on the shopping channels. (So I'm told.)
Already booked my Christmas market, for Verona. Love Krakow though. Heat. 😃
Anyone seen Hostel? Love that film.
Kraków is epic. The market square is fantastic any time of the year. Also look up ‘House of beer’ a short walk off the main area 🍻
GeekUnique17/08/2019 05:41

Kraków is epic. The market square is fantastic any time of the year. Also …Kraków is epic. The market square is fantastic any time of the year. Also look up ‘House of beer’ a short walk off the main area 🍻



Also don't forget the Vodka Bar, definitely worth a visit
Edited by: "Avenger" 17th Aug
I'd love to do this, but there's 4 in our family. 2 x adults, 1 x 17 year old and a 7 year old. Can we change to 4 people or book 2 lots?
TheDobbus17/08/2019 10:34

I'd love to do this, but there's 4 in our family. 2 x adults, 1 x 17 year …I'd love to do this, but there's 4 in our family. 2 x adults, 1 x 17 year old and a 7 year old. Can we change to 4 people or book 2 lots?


Give the travel agent on the listing a quick ring and they should be able to help you put a plan together. Don't book the groupon deal until you speak to them.
Last time when I booked through groupon that's what I did and travel agent managed to get me a good deal.
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Hope that helps.
I love Krakow! I have stayed at the Petrus Hotel - nice hotel but far from the Old Square. Emaus Apartments is quite far out too so hence the low price.

However, if you value your sleep, it is a good choice to stay out of the centre as I have been woken up by the bin men and the sounds of glass bottles at silly o'clock in the morning. Taxis are cheap but I prefer to use the buses or trams.
edwardo197316/08/2019 23:55

Anyone seen Hostel? Love that film.



Its good you do, but what does it have to do with this deal ?
Do you know what time your flights will be ??
vaiopup16/08/2019 22:29

Already booked my Christmas market, for Verona. Love Krakow though. Heat. …Already booked my Christmas market, for Verona. Love Krakow though. Heat. 😃


Great choice. Love Verona.
microrosie17/08/2019 14:18

Do you know what time your flights will be ??


These will be confirmed when you phone up the agent to book (after purchasing the deal/coupon). If flight times are of great importance, I would suggest phoning up Crystal Travel before booking via Groupon, they should be able to assist you.
edwardo197316/08/2019 23:55

Anyone seen Hostel? Love that film.


That would be like watching final destination just before getting on a plane
Phone up? How retro
microrosie17/08/2019 14:18

Do you know what time your flights will be ??



Given the fine print is "Depending on flight schedules and transfers, the first or the last night might not be entirely spent in the hotel." likely either very late or very early unless you pay a supplement.
edwardo197316/08/2019 23:55

Anyone seen Hostel? Love that film.


Thats Slovakia not Poland lol
Edited by: "omendata" 18th Aug
...former Eastern bloc much of a muchness.
edwardo197318/08/2019 14:49

...former Eastern bloc much of a muchness.



Not very smart thing to say.
Its like traveling to Belfast and tell somebody: "Have you seen Harry Potter ? I though that was mostly filmed in London. " Well its all UK much of a muchness....
edwardo197318/08/2019 14:49

...former Eastern bloc much of a muchness.



Also, you talking about Hostel, which was set in Slovakia capital of Bratislava imply, that there is something dangerous about traveling there.
What i am about to write might shock you.

Safest Countries In The World 2019 - Peace INDEX:
Slovakia is ranked 22, and since you talked about countries of Eastern block here are other examples:
Czech Republic - 10
Hungary - 20
Romania - 24
Bulgaria - 25
Poland - 28

UK is rated 45th ! So if film "HOSTEL" scares you, there is no need to worry. In reality, you are better off and safer in eastern bloc than over here.
Edited by: "freshcarrot" 19th Aug
Shame the cheapest London dates for the weekend are gone
Me and my mum have booked 4 nights in Krakow in a two bed modern appartment in the market square with return flights from stansted from 11th december for £104 each no coupons or messing around just ryanair flights and appartment from booking.com.
freshcarrot19/08/2019 01:03

Also, you talking about Hostel, which was set in Slovakia capital of …Also, you talking about Hostel, which was set in Slovakia capital of Bratislava imply, that there is something dangerous about traveling there.What i am about to write might shock you.Safest Countries In The World 2019 - Peace INDEX:Slovakia is ranked 22, and since you talked about countries of Eastern block here are other examples:Czech Republic - 10Hungary - 20Romania - 24Bulgaria - 25Poland - 28UK is rated 45th ! So if film "HOSTEL" scares you, there is no need to worry. In reality, you are better off and safer in eastern bloc than over here.

I specialise in the rehabilitation of offenders, if you only knew the % of my clients that were of Eastern European heritage. Within the Russian language there is no word or group of words to describe ‘domestic violence’. I’m not a little Englander either, but whilst my original comment was said tongue in cheek, I’m quite happy with my own synopsis of the latter.
freshcarrot19/08/2019 00:42

Not very smart thing to say. Its like traveling to Belfast and tell …Not very smart thing to say. Its like traveling to Belfast and tell somebody: "Have you seen Harry Potter ? I though that was mostly filmed in London. " Well its all UK much of a muchness....


It was said tongue in cheek bud, take a chill pill.
edwardo197323/08/2019 00:21

I specialise in the rehabilitation of offenders, if you only knew the % of …I specialise in the rehabilitation of offenders, if you only knew the % of my clients that were of Eastern European heritage. Within the Russian language there is no word or group of words to describe ‘domestic violence’. I’m not a little Englander either, but whilst my original comment was said tongue in cheek, I’m quite happy with my own synopsis of the latter.



Why bring up russian language ? We talk about former Eastern bloc, all countries have words to tescribe domestic violence. I am sure about Slovak, Czech or Polish, not sure about Hungarian, since i dont speak that language, but i would imagine they too have it.
edwardo197323/08/2019 00:22

It was said tongue in cheek bud, take a chill pill.



Oh, i am totaly fine with it and i honestly take no offence at all. There is no chill pill needed.
I was writing that because ( since i travel a lot ) i met people from western Europe and some LITERALLY thought, that if they travel to those countries, there is murderes and rapists waiting behind every corner.
freshcarrot23/08/2019 16:22

Oh, i am totaly fine with it and i honestly take no offence at all. There …Oh, i am totaly fine with it and i honestly take no offence at all. There is no chill pill needed.I was writing that because ( since i travel a lot ) i met people from western Europe and some LITERALLY thought, that if they travel to those countries, there is murderes and rapists waiting behind every corner.


That’s cool, sadly I have to manage lots of murderers and rapists from Eastern Europe that are over here
edwardo197324/08/2019 19:43

That’s cool, sadly I have to manage lots of murderers and rapists from E …That’s cool, sadly I have to manage lots of murderers and rapists from Eastern Europe that are over here


Surely there are local/native murderers and rapists too? I cannot imagine the prisons were built especially for the foreigners..
My comments may be perceived as having a racist undertone. But in line with my remarks around domestic abuse, in my area there is a distinctively higher % of DV offences that are of Eastern European heritage than the general population of my case load, this may be an anomaly and there is no scientific study behind it, however it’s true for my caseload. It’s not entirely the basis of my opinion but my colleagues would concur. Many of my clients acknowledge the problem in their society around violence and aggression and feel aggrieved by public agencies with their expectations of Child Protection etc in the UK.
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