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Leonardo Boutique Hotel Krakow Old Town

Świętej Gertrudy 12, 31-048 Krakow
Located in the heart of Krakow
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Leonardo Boutique Hotel Krakow City Center

8 Wygoda, 31-106 Krakow
Right in the middle of the city
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Krakow

If you want to have an unforgettable holiday, Krakow is the right place for it. One of the largest cities in Poland and the former capital of the country, Krakow offers its visitors splendid historical architecture. The dynamic old town of the city, which became a World Heritage site in 1978, would delight everyone with its landmarks, traditional Polish restaurants, pubs, and different shops. In addition, Krakow is an ideal place for a quick trip to the capital of the Tatra Mountains, Zakopane, the Wieliczka salt mine, or the Memorial and Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau. Placed right in the old town, Leonardo Boutique Hotel Krakow Old Town is the perfect choice for your stay in this beautiful city.

Get your bearings

The Main Square (Rynek Glówny), dating from the 13th century, is the largest medieval town square in Europe and a wonderful destination. With its historical houses, marvelous churches, such as St. Mary’s Basilica (a 14th-century Gothic church), and its grand Renaissance-style Cloth Hall, the square is a must-see for everyone.

Don’t miss

While being in Krakow, you should explore the Wawel Royal Castle which is a combination of gothic, renaissance, rococo, and Romanesque architecture. The castle has been home to the Polish monarchs until the 16th century, afterwards, it was also used as a military hospital and barracks. Nowadays it holds various exhibitions throughout the year.

While you’re there

If you want to be where the action takes place, you shouldn’t go further than Florianska Street. So-called the Royal Road, Florianska Street has an abundance of craft beer bars, traditional cafes, and restaurants, as well as vodka tasting joints. This bustling street, with numerous marvelous buildings on each side, lets its visitors feel and enjoy the atmosphere of the city.

If you want to have an unforgettable holiday, Krakow is the right place for it. One of the largest cities in Poland and the former capital of the country, Krakow offers its visitors splendid historical architecture. The dynamic old town of the city, which became a World Heritage site in 1978, would delight everyone with its landmarks, traditional Polish restaurants, pubs, and different shops. In addition, Krakow is an ideal place for a quick trip to the capital of the Tatra Mountains, Zakopane, the Wieliczka salt mine, or the Memorial and Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau. Placed right in the old town, Leonardo Boutique Hotel Krakow Old Town is the perfect choice for your stay in this beautiful city.

Get your bearings

The Main Square (Rynek Glówny), dating from the 13th century, is the largest medieval town square in Europe and a wonderful destination. With its historical houses, marvelous churches, such as St. Mary’s Basilica (a 14th-century Gothic church), and its grand Renaissance-style Cloth Hall, the square is a must-see for everyone.

Don’t miss

While being in Krakow, you should explore the Wawel Royal Castle which is a combination of gothic, renaissance, rococo, and Romanesque architecture. The castle has been home to the Polish monarchs until the 16th century, afterwards, it was also used as a military hospital and barracks. Nowadays it holds various exhibitions throughout the year.

While you’re there

If you want to be where the action takes place, you shouldn’t go further than Florianska Street. So-called the Royal Road, Florianska Street has an abundance of craft beer bars, traditional cafes, and restaurants, as well as vodka tasting joints. This bustling street, with numerous marvelous buildings on each side, lets its visitors feel and enjoy the atmosphere of the city.