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3 nights in Krakow for just £54 each (total £108) including flights and apartment @ booking.com
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3 nights in Krakow for just £54 each (total £108) including flights and apartment @ booking.com

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Posted 22nd Jul

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This deal is based on 2 people flying out of Luton on Sunday 24th November, returning Wednesday 27th November, staying for 3 nights in the well reviewed Sodispar Apartments.

The flight times are nice as they give you a little bit more time to explore. There are some flights from Birmingham, East Midlands and Manchester for around the same price throughout October/November.

The apartment is located around a 15 minute walk from the main square and around a 5 minute walk of you fancy hopping the tram! It has a private bathroom and a shared kitchen if you want to use it! It has excellent reviews of 4.5/5 on average on TripAdvisor and have stayed in these apartments myself and cannot fault them, we also got an upgrade upon arrival!

There is plenty of other accommodation to choose from, you can save a bit of money if you don’t mind sharing a bathroom or if you don’t mind staying a bit further out of town. There are plenty of options around this price bracket too and even Sodispar offer better apartments which are a little closer to town!

As the flights are with WizzAir it doesn’t include any luggage, not even a cabin bag sized hand luggage. If you add priority boarding it is £20 each return and this will mean you can carry a 10kg cabin sized bag and a backpack. It maybe worth trying to pack everything into a rucksack as it’s only a 3 day trip or sharing a cabin bag if you want to keep the price down!

Price breakdown

Flights booked through WizzAir - £51.96

Apartment booked through Booking.com £56

Total price for 2 people - £107.96

Total price each - £53.98

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Total price with priority boarding - £147.96

Total price each - £73.98

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Genuinely my favourite place I've ever been to (I'm not exactly Judith Chalmers but I've been to many places in my lifetime). Beautiful city, tthe drivers are the most courteous I've ever encountered, the people are very friendly, the bars (as long as you stay off the squares) are cheap as chips and the architecture is beautiful. What's not to like??

Heat added. Probably cheaper than staying at home in October!
Edited by: "bellboys" 22nd Jul
with the pound so weak we'll all be immigrating to Poland!
😳 that's like almost for free

but for end of November I would highly recommend checking weather and taking luggage ( with some warm clothes ) It can be pretty cold and wet (even down to below zero at night)
Edited by: "spamabsorbed" 22nd Jul
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Nice price.
I've been looking at your deals for when I'm off in September,
When I click on the Get deal link is that meant to take me to the page with all the info loaded ?
As when I do it only ever goes to the main Booking.com webpage.
Thanks
stefromuk22/07/2019 10:05

Nice price.I've been looking at your deals for when I'm off in …Nice price.I've been looking at your deals for when I'm off in September,When I click on the Get deal link is that meant to take me to the page with all the info loaded ?As when I do it only ever goes to the main Booking.com webpage.Thanks


You can book the hotel though Booking.com but you’ll need to go onto the WizzAir website to book the flight
😳 that's like almost for free

but for end of November I would highly recommend checking weather and taking luggage ( with some warm clothes ) It can be pretty cold and wet (even down to below zero at night)
Edited by: "spamabsorbed" 22nd Jul
can anyone please help me find a good deal to Italy rome and venice
I've heard it's not all its kracked up to be on the grapevine.
Genuinely my favourite place I've ever been to (I'm not exactly Judith Chalmers but I've been to many places in my lifetime). Beautiful city, tthe drivers are the most courteous I've ever encountered, the people are very friendly, the bars (as long as you stay off the squares) are cheap as chips and the architecture is beautiful. What's not to like??

Heat added. Probably cheaper than staying at home in October!
Edited by: "bellboys" 22nd Jul
Note the stupidly small baggage size Wizzair let you take now. Its like carrier bag size or a handbag as I remember
with the pound so weak we'll all be immigrating to Poland!
ank23822/07/2019 11:22

can anyone please help me find a good deal to Italy rome and venice


So I did this and found with Ryanair it’s cheaper to fly into Venice and then out of Rome. So I flew into Venice. Stayed at a basic hotel via booking.com then got a train from Venice to Rome another 3 nights there and then flew back. Worked out really well. Can’t recall everything but flights were via Ryanair directly. Hotel booking.com. Train was the local train website and transfers we used local bus I think. Any issues let me know :-)
Easily my favourite European city. Me and the wife went in January this year as was very, very cold but made the most of it. Heat added.
"As the flights are with WizzAir it doesn’t include any luggage, not even a cabin bag sized hand luggage."


BlueSkies, please stop spreading this misinformation. A basic luggage allowance is included with Wizz, just as Ryanair includes a basic allowance. It's not huge, but to say there's nothing is simply untrue. This was presented as though it's a fact in your Iceland "deal" as well. It's untrue in both cases. As I said there, it's not enough for most, but it exists. The Wizz basic allowance is also more than Ryanair includes.
Edited by: "goingtheresoon" 22nd Jul
This is a great deal for cool city! The deal may be too early, but sometimes the Christmas markets open in late November.
Perfect for going for their thanksgiving celebrations. Do they do Thanksgiving?
goingtheresoon22/07/2019 14:53

"As the flights are with WizzAir it doesn’t include any luggage, not even a …"As the flights are with WizzAir it doesn’t include any luggage, not even a cabin bag sized hand luggage."BlueSkies, please stop spreading this misinformation. A basic luggage allowance is included with Wizz, just as Ryanair includes a basic allowance. It's not huge, but to say there's nothing is simply untrue. This was presented as though it's a fact in your Iceland "deal" as well. It's untrue in both cases. As I said there, it's not enough for most, but it exists. The Wizz basic allowance is also more than Ryanair includes.


“It maybe worth trying to pack everything into a rucksack as it’s only a 3 day trip or sharing a cabin bag if you want to keep the price down!”

I wrote this meaning it includes a rucksack as the hand baggage but maybe I didn’t make it clear enough? I’ll try better next time
Edited by: "BlueSkies" 22nd Jul
malhal22/07/2019 13:24

with the pound so weak we'll all be immigrating to Poland!


Think you find that this is one of the currency’s that the pound has risen against
Thanks. I wasn't trying to be a tool and hope it didn't come across that way. I just wanted to be clear so that people realise that they don't necessarily need priority boarding on the budget airlines.
Edited by: "goingtheresoon" 22nd Jul
bellboys22/07/2019 13:15

Genuinely my favourite place I've ever been to (I'm not exactly Judith …Genuinely my favourite place I've ever been to (I'm not exactly Judith Chalmers but I've been to many places in my lifetime). Beautiful city, tthe drivers are the most courteous I've ever encountered, the people are very friendly, the bars (as long as you stay off the squares) are cheap as chips and the architecture is beautiful. What's not to like??Heat added. Probably cheaper than staying at home in October!


Hi I’m looking at going next year which area would you recommend staying in? Thanks
Shaunh25622/07/2019 16:04

Hi I’m looking at going next year which area would you recommend staying i …Hi I’m looking at going next year which area would you recommend staying in? Thanks


Great city, we stayed at the Krakow Ibis Centrum which was a nice location and good hotel, would stay there again. Or down in the old town bit is nice also.
charliemike22/07/2019 15:07

Perfect for going for their thanksgiving celebrations. Do they do …Perfect for going for their thanksgiving celebrations. Do they do Thanksgiving?


No
spamabsorbed22/07/2019 10:23

😳 that's like almost for free but for end of November I would …😳 that's like almost for free but for end of November I would highly recommend checking weather and taking luggage ( with some warm clothes ) It can be pretty cold and wet (even down to below zero at night)


You might need a visa too
lukas8322/07/2019 17:46

You might need a visa too


I don't think so.. but.. technically it's possible

I can't wait to see all the benefits of brexit.. haven't found any yet..
Edited by: "spamabsorbed" 22nd Jul
Go anytime its cheap as f. Im going in at the end of August. 30 degrees in summer its great. I wouldnt go in Nov too cold and without that xmas magic.
charliemike22/07/2019 15:07

Perfect for going for their thanksgiving celebrations. Do they do …Perfect for going for their thanksgiving celebrations. Do they do Thanksgiving?


No one does thanksgiving apart from the yanks.
Very similar prices if you'd like to go in September from Stansted with Ryan air 👌
jrrrr22/07/2019 18:22

No one does thanksgiving apart from the yanks.


And Canadians in mid-October.
Thanks for posting @BlueSkies we have added this to today's Highlight section
Just got back from a Krakow this morning coincidentally. An absolutely brilliant city, highly recommended to check out for sure
Norton2822/07/2019 12:39

I've heard it's not all its kracked up to be on the grapevine.


I see what you did there - Whizz Air Hungary / grapevine / hungry, grapes ... nice.
Stayed in this hotel on same dates last year and was same price exactly. How strange but was very nice and definitely recommend.Huge tip - Take very warm clothes as I just took jeans and jumpers and was frozen every day.Its bitter cold that time of month there !!
charliemike22/07/2019 15:07

Perfect for going for their thanksgiving celebrations. Do they do …Perfect for going for their thanksgiving celebrations. Do they do Thanksgiving?


Nah... why should they ? This is Poland not US
malhal22/07/2019 13:24

with the pound so weak we'll all be immigrating to Poland!


Don't recommend it tbh.Petrol price the same as UK and minimum wage is about 2.5 p/h.Beautiful country to visit but hard to live in.
Cigarettes are super cheap there, if you bring some back and sell them you can literally make a profit on the trip, so it's almost like you get paid to go!
Beautiful city and a couple of hour train ride away from Warsaw 🔥
Went here earlier this year, found most people to be quite miserable, and me and my partner were attacked with Pepper spray for no reason in the street whilst walking home. I'll never visit Poland again. My second time and 2nd bad experience 😷
Shaunh25622/07/2019 16:04

Hi I’m looking at going next year which area would you recommend staying i …Hi I’m looking at going next year which area would you recommend staying in? Thanks




We stopped at the Mercure Krakow Stare Miasto

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Excellent location, excellent hotel and pretty cheap (not this cheap of course but it's horses for courses). Highly recommended.
Sie_Masz22/07/2019 21:05

Don't recommend it tbh.Petrol price the same as UK and minimum wage is …Don't recommend it tbh.Petrol price the same as UK and minimum wage is about 2.5 p/h.Beautiful country to visit but hard to live in.




Yes, when I returned (mesmerised) from Krakow last year I spoke to a work colleague with a Polish wife and asked him why they choose to come to the Uk to livewhen their own country is far more beautiful and he said it's money, pure and simple. Even the min wage in the UK seems like a fortune to them. His wife i/s from Gdansk and he said a 2 bed apartment near the city centre can be had for around 25,000 pounds!
Edited by: "bellboys" 23rd Jul
I can't seem to find flights from Manchester via Wizzair at all. Am I being stupid?
bellboys23/07/2019 07:58

Yes, when I returned (mesmerised) from Krakow last year I spoke to a work …Yes, when I returned (mesmerised) from Krakow last year I spoke to a work colleague with a Polish wife and asked him why they choose to come to the Uk to livewhen their own country is far more beautiful and he said it's money, pure and simple. Even the min wage in the UK seems like a fortune to them. His wife i/s from Gdansk and he said a 2 bed apartment near the city centre can be had for around 25,000 pounds!

But people earn around 6,000 a year.
bellboys23/07/2019 07:58

Yes, when I returned (mesmerised) from Krakow last year I spoke to a work …Yes, when I returned (mesmerised) from Krakow last year I spoke to a work colleague with a Polish wife and asked him why they choose to come to the Uk to livewhen their own country is far more beautiful and he said it's money, pure and simple. Even the min wage in the UK seems like a fortune to them. His wife i/s from Gdansk and he said a 2 bed apartment near the city centre can be had for around 25,000 pounds!


Are You sure it was 25k?Imo its 250k especially in Gdansk city centre.In my hometown which compared to Gdansk is a sh@thole 3bed apt would be around 90k.
bellboys23/07/2019 07:58

Yes, when I returned (mesmerised) from Krakow last year I spoke to a work …Yes, when I returned (mesmerised) from Krakow last year I spoke to a work colleague with a Polish wife and asked him why they choose to come to the Uk to livewhen their own country is far more beautiful and he said it's money, pure and simple. Even the min wage in the UK seems like a fortune to them. His wife i/s from Gdansk and he said a 2 bed apartment near the city centre can be had for around 25,000 pounds!

Note there is no restriction on what you can wear on the flight, so if you want to be really money-saving, buy a coat with huuuuuge pockets and cram it full of stuff. I did this once, and managed to fit over 20kg of stuff into my pockets including a laptop down the back of my coat. Also saves waiting for the checked bag at the other end.

Just be careful because a 20kg coat is really uncomfy to wear and if you can't close the pockets properly, stuff can fall out. And don't overload the coat to ripping / bursting point....

Also having googled, I see others share my vision :-)

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