Description:This 100 sqm stylish apartment has three rooms, fully-equipped kitchenette and an elegant bathroom. There are a king size comfortable bed and beautiful wardrobe from 30's in the bedroom. Spectacular open space room is divided to 3 parts: luxury I... [more]
Number of rooms / apartments: 5 Walking distance in MINUTES from closest Synagogue: 10 (Remuh,Tempel, Isaac) Kosher restaurant: 10 (Isaac Synagogue, Galicia Museum)
Kazimierz Apartment is located in one of the most charming areas of Krakow in a peaceful small street in Kazimierz, the lively former Jewish district of Krakow. A small town in a big city, Kazimierz owes its unique atmosphere to the historical neighbourhood and has many interesting attractions: galleries, antique shops, small restaurants, original bars and pubs. The comfortable, newly decorated and well-furnished 2-bedroom apartment has all it takes to enjoy your holiday. It is located on the top floor of a lately renovated building with a breathtaking view from the 20 sqm terrace. The south-west-facing living room offers not only practical things like TV, DVD, computer & broadband, but is pleasing, leading onto a wonderful, green and spacious (20 sq m) terrace overlooking a turn of the Vistula river, the Baroque St. Stanislav Church, (Church on the Rock) the Wawel Castle and even on a good day, the distant Tatra mountains. The terrace is equipped with comfortable garden furniture.You can enjoy the evening sunsets here.
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