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Holiday in Krakow

Presentation of Krakow

Located in south Poland near the border with the Czech Republic, Krakow is one of the most important cities in the country. A centre of culture and the arts, its long history, terrific architecture and many other city attractions have made it an increasingly popular destination for visitors. If you’ve decided to have a holiday in Krakow, you’ve made a great choice. Browse our terrific flight and hotel deals and see the great offers you can take advantage of.

Things to know before visiting Krakow

If you have a British or other European Union (EU) passport, you can enjoy a holiday in Krakow without having to obtain a Polish visa beforehand. Just present your passport on arrival after your flight to Krakow and you’ll be given leave to enter the country. Holders of other passports can check what entry conditions apply to them at any Polish Consulate. You might want to consider hiring a car, too, while in Krakow; British and most other countries’ government-issued driving licences are acceptable. Browse our terrific flight and hotel deals, which include flights from London to Krakow or flights from Manchester to Krakow.

What is the weather in Krakow?

Krakow’s climate is classed as ‘humid-continental’. Average daily temperatures in the month of January vary between 23°F and 34°F, while in August they range from around 56°F to 75°F. Krakow has many indoors and outdoors attractions, and terrific events that are staged throughout the year, so many visitors choose when to visit based on when those occur, rather than on the seasons. Whenever you would like to visit the city on a holiday package, you can rely on us to arrange an excellent flight and hotel in Krakow for you.

What to see in Krakow?

As you might expect of Poland’s second largest city, there’s a lot to see and do in Krakow. Here are a few suggestions for places to visit during your holiday in the city.

  • Museums – Krakow takes its history and culture seriously, and its many fine museums are proof of that. You can visit the National Museum in May Street (Maja), the National Art Collection at Wawel Hill, and many others, including the Rynek Underground Museum and the Polish Museum of Aviation.
  • Music venues and events – Poland has a strong association with classical music, thanks to composers such as Chopin and Penderecki. The main concert hall is the Filharmonia Krakowska, which is home to the Krakow Philharmonic Orchestra. There are also events such as the Misteria Paschalia, staged at various times of the year, showcasing early Polish music. Jazz, rock and pop music concerts and venues are also well represented in Krakow, and include Cemetery Pub – Grodska 42, renowned for metal and hard rock gigs, and Harris Piano Jazz Bar.
  • Nightlife – According to urban legend, Krakow has more bars and clubs per square mile than anywhere else in the world. Whether it’s true or not doesn’t really matter. What matters is that there are many, and most are terrific, with a great atmosphere. City favourites include Hard Rock Cafe, Irish Pub Pod Papugami, and Le Scandale. Popular venues for clubbers include Floranska and Szewska.
  • Parks and Gardens – As it’s a busy city, you might want to briefly escape Krakow’s hustle and bustle and visit any of its lovely parks and gardens. These include the beautiful Botanic Gardens east of the Old City, plus Planty Park and Jordan Park. All are well-tended and very relaxing green spaces to spend an hour or two in.

Krakow has everything you could wish for in a city as a visitor. Check out our great flight and hotel deals that make our package holidays to Krakow unbeatable.

What to visit around Krakow?

Nearby places of interest, if you want a day out of the city now and again, include Wieliczka Salt Mine and Auschwitz Concentration Camp, which is now a museum. Another lovely day trip is to the picturesque Tatra Mountains, situated 60 miles south of the city.

What to eat in Krakow?

Foods that are popular with visitors to Krakow include smoked seafood, nut and fruit-garnished pastries, dishes featuring many types of mushroom, kotlet schabowy (pork chops), zurek soup and much more. There are good quality restaurants all over the city, ranging from cheap and cheerful to outrageously expensive. Krakow takes its food as seriously as its arts, so do yourself a favour – book a flight and hotel to Krakow from our first-rate holiday packages, and you can enjoy a fine dining experience every day in addition to super sightseeing adventures in the city.

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