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Comfortable Krakow apartment with kitchen
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For many centuries, Kazimierz was a place of peaceful coexistence between Krakow’s Christian and Jewish communities. Today’s neighborhood on the north bank of the Vistula is home to many important synagogues and has revitalized the city’s Jewish culture with its festivals, bookstores, and restaurants. It’s even making a name for itself as Krakow’s most bohemian district.
Learn more about Kazimierz’s fascinating heritage at the Old Synagogue, now part of Krakow’s Historical Museum. Or time your visit to coincide with the Jewish Cultural Festival in late June and enjoy lectures, art exhibitions, outdoor klezmer concerts, specialty food stalls, and open-air dancing.
This property does not have elevators.
This property accepts Visa, Mastercard and American Express. Cash is not accepted.