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2 nights in Krakow + Wieliczka Salt Mine tour

Do not miss a chance to see the most unique and one of the world's oldest salt mines still in operation!

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Complimentary bottle of wine


A complimentary bottle of wine with every a la carte order worth at least PLN 250 at the hotel restaurant.

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Individual records of the landscape

We are pleased to invite you to the opening of the new exhibition of Aleksandra Potocka-Kuc's paintings - "Individual records of the landscape".
Opening: 22nd of March 2014, 7.00 PM

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Krakow

Did you know...

  • that in the vaults of the Wawel Royal Castle one of the seven Earth chakra points – force centers, said to give access to incredible power, is located?

  • that Nicolaus Copernicus – the creator of the heliocentric model of the Solar System, according to which the Sun is located at the center, while the Earth is a planet and revolves around the Sun like all the other planets – lived and studied in Krakow?

  • that in Wieliczka, a town near Krakow, there is a salt mine which is the only mining facility in the world that has been functioning continuously since the Medieval Times?

  •  that the crypts of the church of the Reformed Franciscans house unusual chambers that are the resting place of naturally mummified corpses?

  • that the Main Market Square is the largest medieval town square in Europe and was built over 750 years ago?

  • that the St. Mary’s altar was carved entirely out of wood? The tree trunks that served its creator, Veit Stoss, to sculpt the figures, came from trees as old as 500 years, meaning that as of today the wood is 1000 years old.

  • that the tower of St. Mary’s Basilica is the only one in the world from which a trumpet signal (the Heynal) has been played on every hour in four directions for over 600 hundred years

  • that the level on which the Main Market Square is currently located is two metres high than at the time of the square’s construction? That’s the reason for Krakow’s numerous famous vaults and crypts, many of which house cafes and pubs and even more remain hidden.

Krakow, the former capital of Poland, the city of kings, invites you to see the treasures of its 1000 year-long history – the museums, the historical monuments, the churches – but also to discover its secrets and mysterious places.

 

Any information and help with organizing your trip around Krakow will be gladly provided by our front desk staff, telephone number +48 12 37 67 700