Krakow, Poland 2-3 Nights 4* Stay Hotel Stay With Flights & Auschwitz Memorial and Museum Tour from £89 @ GoGroopie
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Krakow, Poland 2-3 Nights 4* Stay Hotel Stay With Flights & Auschwitz Memorial and Museum Tour from £89 @ GoGroopie

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Refreshed 27th Nov 2018 (Posted 12th Nov 2018)
This is for 2 nights in a 4* Spa Hotel with flights With Flights, Hand Luggage & Auschwitz Memorial and Museum Tour for £89.00

Flight are from Stansted (STN) on Jan 22, 29 or 30th

There are other dates available but there is quite jump in price.



Facilities Include:
  • Indoor Heated Swimming Pool
  • Spa & Wellness Center
  • Sauna
  • Jacuzzi

  • Go on a historical adventure with a 2-3 night stay in Krakow
  • Stay at the 4* Sympozjum Hotel
  • Have a room with en suite, air-conditioning and a TV
  • Grab a delicious bite to eat at the hotel restaurant
  • Relax in the spa with a sauna and swimming pool facilities
  • Hotel is near good transport links into the centre of Krakow
  • Go on an interesting 7 hour Auschwitz Memorial and Museum Tour
  • Head to the Main Square and explore Europe's largest market square
  • Enjoy the wonderful scenery at the hill top Wawel Royal Castle
  • Take a trip to the iconic 13th Century St. Mary's Basilica

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Amazing deal.
Poland is a lovely place and Krakow has that small town vibe in a big city. It's my favourite Polish city so far.

If anyone does head there, I would recommend the Marchewka z Groszkiem for a well priced place to eat with good food and great service. Location

If you're happy to spend a little more on fine dining, want to try Polish food but aren't sure about whether it will suit your tastes, head to the restaurant Andromeda Alpha at the Galaxy hotel. Their sledzie (herring) is delicious.

Also, many people love their pierogi, a filled dumping, but often they come boiled. Poles don't typically fry them after boiling but almost every anglo-pole I know, does. The savoury ones taste much nicer (imo) fried (smażone) so feel free to ask for them to be put in a pan.
You might get a funny look but you'll get a delicious meal!
yespleasesir12th Nov

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Nah, I like to travel.

Well if you ever decide to go east, at least you can remember the time you posted something inane and pointless as a reply and go straight to my post for some advice
yespleasesir12th Nov

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I don't understand people that jump on threads and post things like this. He was being helpful by giving advice to people who actually want to take up this deal. You, on the other hand, have offered nothing other than a semi racist statement (in your other useless comment), and this drivel.
Auschwitz is free unless you choose to have a tour guide which I felt you don’t need so you can go at your own pace around the place
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Love Krakow ! Amazing place....
This is a steal, when I went to Krakow, Auschwitz cost me £30 alone for travel and entry...
Auschwitz is free unless you choose to have a tour guide which I felt you don’t need so you can go at your own pace around the place
pedro936 m ago

Auschwitz is free unless you choose to have a tour guide which I felt you …Auschwitz is free unless you choose to have a tour guide which I felt you don’t need so you can go at your own pace around the place


Ahh makes sense, did have a tour.
Amazing deal.
Poland is a lovely place and Krakow has that small town vibe in a big city. It's my favourite Polish city so far.

If anyone does head there, I would recommend the Marchewka z Groszkiem for a well priced place to eat with good food and great service. Location

If you're happy to spend a little more on fine dining, want to try Polish food but aren't sure about whether it will suit your tastes, head to the restaurant Andromeda Alpha at the Galaxy hotel. Their sledzie (herring) is delicious.

Also, many people love their pierogi, a filled dumping, but often they come boiled. Poles don't typically fry them after boiling but almost every anglo-pole I know, does. The savoury ones taste much nicer (imo) fried (smażone) so feel free to ask for them to be put in a pan.
You might get a funny look but you'll get a delicious meal!
How much is the tour? Does anyone know how far this hotel is from airport cos transfers aren't included
This company is a wind up I bought their offer earlier today and after one hour of phone calls I have still not been able to get the offer and the price they advertised.... everything from Different airports different hotel... totally shambolic service wouldn't ever use again.
Edited by: "nuttallacpw" 13th Nov 2018
Cheap price but the hotel is quite far out of the city centre, over half hour on the tram.
Is there any Indian take away/ restaurant in Krakow? Is it safe place to visit for an Asian? Would love to go really.
mcek12th Nov

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What door?
Partyeverynight1 h, 1 m ago

Is there any Indian take away/ restaurant in Krakow? Is it safe place to …Is there any Indian take away/ restaurant in Krakow? Is it safe place to visit for an Asian? Would love to go really.


Not sure about Indian food, but we have plenty of Chinese/Vietnamese restaurants, but personally never been in China so cannot compare if it's authentic type of food. You can easily get sushi as well.
kamari24 m ago

What door?


Sorry, you're right, I've edited it to read: gate.
yespleasesir12th Nov

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I don't understand people that jump on threads and post things like this. He was being helpful by giving advice to people who actually want to take up this deal. You, on the other hand, have offered nothing other than a semi racist statement (in your other useless comment), and this drivel.
HavocLP3 h, 5 m ago

Not sure about Indian food, but we have plenty of Chinese/Vietnamese …Not sure about Indian food, but we have plenty of Chinese/Vietnamese restaurants, but personally never been in China so cannot compare if it's authentic type of food. You can easily get sushi as well.


A lot of Chinese restaurants in Poland are owned by Vietnamese people. I would say that the food is not that authentic but the food is still ok. You wouldn't get salad with a Chinese meal in China but you do in Poland, but I guess that makes it healthier! I am not a fan of Sushi so cannot comment on that other than the Poles seem to love it as Sushi restaurants seem to be more popular than Chinese/Vietnamese restaurants

I would like to try Kanton Dim Sum House when I next visit Krakow - it is not like real dim sum you could get in HK but the dumplings are variations on the steam buns you would get from Shanghai. It's more of a fusion restaurant and the reviews seem good!
Edited by: "shirlsky" 12th Nov 2018
yespleasesir12th Nov

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Nah, I like to travel.

Well if you ever decide to go east, at least you can remember the time you posted something inane and pointless as a reply and go straight to my post for some advice
Going this Friday in a party of 39 (god help us!) we paid nearly 3 times this price from Bristol. If you dont want to visit countries then thats your loss, still a good deal regardless.
Would like to know the time/cost of transfers from the airport though
Managed to do flights from Bristol to Krakow, 2 nights and Auschwitz for £87pp.

Book flights through Ryanair (Prices fluctuate massively from £40-£200 for the same dates, check frequently).

Airbnb in central private apartment £30 per night

Uber from Airport to central works out about £6.

Train to Ozewich about £8 return, with 20 minute walk to Auschwitz.
Partyeverynight19 h, 32 m ago

Is there any Indian take away/ restaurant in Krakow? Is it safe place to …Is there any Indian take away/ restaurant in Krakow? Is it safe place to visit for an Asian? Would love to go really.


Plenty of asians and other restaurants, many Asians around to , safe and nice, don’t make mess, no one will mess with you, very multicultural city!
Partyeverynight20 h, 19 m ago

Is there any Indian take away/ restaurant in Krakow? Is it safe place to …Is there any Indian take away/ restaurant in Krakow? Is it safe place to visit for an Asian? Would love to go really.


Honestly???
karol00722 h, 51 m ago

Love Krakow ! Amazing place....


I went to Krakow in 1992 had my bag, passport etc nicked. Had to go to Warsaw to get visa to leave country, never saw auschwitz as planned. I'd like to return one day.
mcek12th Nov

Sorry, you're right, I've edited it to read: gate.


Do you mean the gate in Auschwitz? The inscription over the gate does not indicate free as in free of charge. It reads 'Arbeit Macht Frei', which means 'work sets you free'. All prisoners at the camp were forced to work for very little food and in appaling conditions, and many didn't survive. Most of them never got to be free again.
I visited the camp last year and I felt sadness and anger for a long time afterwards. To this day I cannot understand how any human can be so cruel towards another human being.
Edited by: "kamari" 13th Nov 2018
karol00710 h, 5 m ago

Plenty of asians and other restaurants, many Asians around to , safe and …Plenty of asians and other restaurants, many Asians around to , safe and nice, don’t make mess, no one will mess with you, very multicultural city!


Cheers
I've given heat, but it's that hotel that's out of the centre like last time a similar offer was on. Near the big tesco well out of the centre.
Transport is good + taxis cheap (would be about the minimum fare 10 zł - 15 zł to centre) but why bother being out of the action for a couple of days? Hotel/airbnb in the old town, Kazimierz pr Podgórze would be mich better.
Love this city, enough that I moved here in March. Any questions, happy to help 👌
Edited by: "tommytbone1" 14th Nov 2018
@uptwisting: actually, we do fry them, especially the savoury ones. Making homemade pierogi is a very time-consuming task, so we are preparing two or three meals at once. Then we eat boiled ones while they are still fresh, but next day we fry the rest to reheat them. This way we've got two completely different tasting meals
cooley17 h, 16 m ago

I went to Krakow in 1992 had my bag, passport etc nicked. Had to go to …I went to Krakow in 1992 had my bag, passport etc nicked. Had to go to Warsaw to get visa to leave country, never saw auschwitz as planned. I'd like to return one day.


That surprises me. I've never seen any crime whilst living here, but of course it happens every city.
This one is an usually safe place though. Quite humbling really after living in London and from Bolton.
Never seen one drunken fight on the streets. Only nuance are the stag parties, but you can avoid them. And people leave their bikes out on the street when going in a shop - weird how that seems like a novelty!
Bristol188323 h, 54 m ago

Going this Friday in a party of 39 (god help us!) we paid nearly 3 times …Going this Friday in a party of 39 (god help us!) we paid nearly 3 times this price from Bristol. If you dont want to visit countries then thats your loss, still a good deal regardless.


Oh god logistical nightmare.
cooley17 h, 13 m ago

I went to Krakow in 1992 had my bag, passport etc nicked. Had to go to …I went to Krakow in 1992 had my bag, passport etc nicked. Had to go to Warsaw to get visa to leave country, never saw auschwitz as planned. I'd like to return one day.


That's like.. 26 years ago, just after the fall of communism, just saying.
Partyeverynight12th Nov

Is there any Indian take away/ restaurant in Krakow? Is it safe place to …Is there any Indian take away/ restaurant in Krakow? Is it safe place to visit for an Asian? Would love to go really.


Of course!
freccle12th Nov

How much is the tour? Does anyone know how far this hotel is from airport …How much is the tour? Does anyone know how far this hotel is from airport cos transfers aren't included


Was there in October, get an Uber direct and it is about 15 mins will cost about £10. Lots cheaper than using the airport taxis which are closer to £20.
Partyeverynight12th Nov

Is there any Indian take away/ restaurant in Krakow? Is it safe place to …Is there any Indian take away/ restaurant in Krakow? Is it safe place to visit for an Asian? Would love to go really.


Great town went with a few Indian veggies many years ago you won't be short of food you can eat unless you only want to Indian food which I would consider strange.
Cracking place.great deal
londongeeza1 h, 7 m ago

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You are absolutely wrong, please stop lying... We celebrated 100 years of independence on 11th of November. Do you know what independent is? And no 200'000 but 250'000 people was there with Polish flags. You should visit YouTube to see the truth not BBC channel.
uptwisting12th Nov

Amazing deal. Poland is a lovely place and Krakow has that small town vibe …Amazing deal. Poland is a lovely place and Krakow has that small town vibe in a big city. It's my favourite Polish city so far.If anyone does head there, I would recommend the Marchewka z Groszkiem for a well priced place to eat with good food and great service. LocationIf you're happy to spend a little more on fine dining, want to try Polish food but aren't sure about whether it will suit your tastes, head to the restaurant Andromeda Alpha at the Galaxy hotel. Their sledzie (herring) is delicious.Also, many people love their pierogi, a filled dumping, but often they come boiled. Poles don't typically fry them after boiling but almost every anglo-pole I know, does. The savoury ones taste much nicer (imo) fried (smażone) so feel free to ask for them to be put in a pan.You might get a funny look but you'll get a delicious meal!


I appreciate the time you took to write this. Thank you & ignore the moaners.
Been 3 times to Krakow, a very beautiful city so I recommend. I also been twice to Auschwitz-Birkenau and I think every person should visit it to learn about the Holocaust.
freccle13th Nov

Would like to know the time/cost of transfers from the airport though


My post about this was deleted (taxi refferal bit) so here goes again as the other info was helpful.
Dont get a taxi from drivers outside the airport. They are around 3x more expensive.
Uber = 25-30 zł to centre
Taxify and MyTaxi alternatives, but Mytaxi has a fixed fare for 45 zł
There's a bus, 252, every half hour that costs 3.80zł (about 80p) you ca get too.
Train is an option, but I've never bothered as the other options are much easier. 👌
tommytbone114 m ago

My post about this was deleted (taxi refferal bit) so here goes again as …My post about this was deleted (taxi refferal bit) so here goes again as the other info was helpful.Dont get a taxi from drivers outside the airport. They are around 3x more expensive.Uber = 25-30 zł to centreTaxify and MyTaxi alternatives, but Mytaxi has a fixed fare for 45 złThere's a bus, 252, every half hour that costs 3.80zł (about 80p) you ca get too.Train is an option, but I've never bothered as the other options are much easier. 👌


Thank you for this this - do you mind me asking if you have any recommendations for accommodation a bit more centrally please? I’ve already booked flights 9-14 March for 2 couples but I can’t decide on where to stay, we are on a small budget but definitely prefer apart hotel types as 2 of us are vegan and unsure on how easy it will be to eat!
pedro9312th Nov

Auschwitz is free unless you choose to have a tour guide which I felt you …Auschwitz is free unless you choose to have a tour guide which I felt you don’t need so you can go at your own pace around the place


Whilst this is true you have to go in before a certain time. 10am if I remember correctly. Also they are very strict about reservations. You MUST reserve even if you are going without a tour guide. Just for anyone who is considering doing it outside of this deal and arranging it themselves.

I honestly reccomend a tour guide though. We considered just getting a tour book and doing it ourselves but we had to go on a tour due to reservation spaces. We did the 6 hour one and it was amazing. The tour guides are really worth it, they have great knowledge and to be honest it's such a huge site you would have difficulty appreciating it by your own method.

This post is a cracking deal though. They will organise it all for you.
Here's a none refferal promo code for Taxify - 20 zł off first journey to help.
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