Best holiday rental deals in Kraków
15,200 beautiful holiday lettings from 43 different providers, including Booking.com and Expedia, can be booked in Kraków. By directly analysing these different offers, HomeToGo features the most economical offers and the most popular properties in Kraków.
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Price and Availability Index in Kraków
Holiday Letting Price Information in Kraków
The graph shows the average rental prices for the next twelve months in Kraków. Prices reach their highest point in December, when prices are an average of £77 a night (22/12 - 29/12). Prices decrease in November to an average of £59 per night (30/11 - 07/12).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Kraków
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in Kraków. In one week of December (07/12 - 14/12), 45% of the holiday homes are booked. It will be easy to find a holiday home that suits you in one week in December (22/12 - 29/12), when 80 of the rentals are still available.
The Weather in Kraków
Above is a climate diagram for Kraków. July is the warmest month in Kraków, with average daily maximum temperatures of 25°. In contrast, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is October.
Swoon at holiday lettings in the heart of charismatic Krakow
Having a Krakow apartment in this walkable town allows you to live like a local and take advantage of ample neighbourhood conveniences, attractions, shops, and restaurants. If you opt for Krakow accommodation outside the centre, the city's compact nature and excellent transportation network keep travelling simple and stress-free.
Creativity comes through
Two neighbouring museums in the newly polished Zabłocie neighbourhood offer very different glimpses into the Poland of past and present. MOCAK, or the Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow, is a vast and airy space with an industrial feel to it, as it was once part of Oskar Schindler's factory. See mostly Polish-designed sculptures, paintings, drawings and more.
At Schindler's Factory Museum next door, learn about the man who inspired the famous film and saved thousands of lives. Travel through time to Krakow just before WWII, then during and after, while gaining a better understanding of the world-changing events that occured here. Set in the walls of the old factory, the museum is massive, winding, and highly educational. Allow several hours to explore here.
Built and renovated numerous times over the centuries, stately Wawel Castle first became a symbol of the city in the 13th century. Visit lavishly outfitted state rooms and royal apartments fit for the king and queen of the times. Don't miss the stunning fairy-tale courtyard in the style of Italian Renaissance, and the mysterious dragon cave tucked beneath the hillside.
See the largest medieval city square in the world at Krakow's Rynek Główny, where impeccably preserved pastel facades surround this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Stroll through the Cloth Hall, which dates from 1257 and now houses small shops selling traditional wares and intriguing souvenirs. Look for the unusual iron 'sideways head' sculpture nearby, a common meeting spot.
Polish dumplings, or pierogi, are a favourite national cuisine sought by visitors and locals alike – they're just as popular abroad! Their appreciation comes to a peak at the annual Pierogi Festival in mid-August, where traditional flavours such as potato/cheese/onion, cabbage/mushroom, and sweet cheese compete against new and inventive combinations. Recent winners include broad bean/bacon, smoked meat/herb, and duck/apricot. Delicious!
Another symbol of this magical city is the Dragon of Wawel Hill, lovingly known as Smok Wawelski. Many legends surround this cherished character, and these come to life during the first weekend in June when the exciting Dragon Parade (Parada Smoków) rolls through town. Watch in awe as boats on the Vistula river offer boisterous firework displays accompanied by music and a giant balloon show. The next day, watch for the dragon floats proudly competing in the streets.
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