the best 15 hostels in Krakow
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The best 15 hostels in Krakow/Poland

If you are a fan of the Old Town parts of the capital cities as you can find in Stockholm or in Prague, you would be surprised that you can find one of the Unesco Heritage list sights in the second largest and one of the oldest cities in Poland –  Krakow. If you want to discover Krakow (traditionally known in English as Cracow), fancy staying in a hostel instead of the hostel (and still have all the comfort and privacy), we recommend reading further to find the best hostels Krakow offers!

And you will be probably surprised there is a lot of great hostel properties in Krakow! As it would be hard to choose the most suitable, we have created a list of the top hostels in Krakow so no worry to choose wrongly.

First, let‘s talk about this historical and important polish city a little bit! Kraków lies in the southern part of Poland, on the Vistula River, in a valley at the foot of the Carpathian Mountains, 219 m (719 ft) above sea level; halfway between the Jurassic Rock Upland to the north, and the Tatra Mountains 100 km to the south, constituting the natural border with Slovakia and the Czech Republic; 230 km west from the border with Ukraine*.

Location of Krakow in Poland

* map source: Wikipedia.com

Until the year 1596 was Krakow the capital city of Poland and traditionally one of the leading centers of Polish academic, economic, cultural and artistic life. You have maybe known Krakow as the city due to Karol Wojtyła, archbishop of Kraków – elevated to the papacy as Pope John Paul II—the first-ever Slavic pope, and the first non-Italian pope in 455 years!

Krakow played a significant role during World War II, especially Krakow ghetto, from whom a lot of Jews were deported to some of the Germans extermination camps including Auschwitz or Kraków-Płaszów concentration camp. Still, the city itself remained relatively undamaged, sparing most of the city’s historical and architectural legacy.

You are maybe aware Roman Polanski, the film director, is a survivor of the Kraków Ghetto, while Oskar Schindler selected employees from the ghetto to work in his enamelware factory, Deutsche Emailwaren Fabrik (Emalia for short) saving them from the camps. The Schindlers factory could be visited in Krakow and become a Museum lately.

the best 15 hostels in Krakow

Kraków is an extensive cultural heritage across the epochs of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architecture includes the Wawel Cathedral and the Royal Castle on the banks of the Vistula, the St. Mary’s Basilica, Saints Peter and Paul Church and the largest medieval market square in Europe, the Rynek Główny.

Kraków is home to Jagiellonian University, one of the oldest universities in the world and traditionally Poland’s most reputable institution of higher learning. In 2000, Kraków was named the European Capital of Culture, and in 2013, Kraków was officially approved as a UNESCO City of Literature.

So, if you plan to do some central Europe trip, you should not avoid Prague, Bratislava, Budapest or Vienna as well so don‘t forget to check our earlier blog post about hostels in those beautiful cities.

Let‘s now look at the best hostels in Krakow. Be aware the price mentioned below each property is only average and could vary based on the chosen date and type of room/dorm chosen! 

#1 Mundo Hostel  

 9.2 on Booking.com    9.4 on Hostelsworld   

Privates From 39 USD Dorms from 12 USD

Mundo Hostel

This property offers something that money can’t buy – warm and friendly atmosphere created by people from all over the world, people just like you! Offering cozy Double rooms, clean and modern bathrooms, breakfast better than home, relaxing atmosphere – this is Mundo Hostel. 

You can find here stylish rooms with private or shared bathroom facilities, guests can enjoy free Wi-Fi. There is a late-night bar to mingle in, as well as a fully-equipped common kitchen. Coffee and tea are free of charge throughout the entire day. Breakfast is free of charge, linen is included in the price, but take your towel or hire one on the front desk.

Mundo Hostel

Each room at Mundo features interiors inspired by travels – there is a Mexico, Nepal, Russia, and Japan theme. Dormitories are decorated in the USA and India style. Guests can also rent a bicycle. This hostel is situated between the Old Town and Kazimierz district. It takes a 5-minute walk to reach the Wawel Castle or to go for a stroll along the Vistula River.

Pros and Cons of Mundo Hostel

Pros

  • Various dorms and rooms offered
  • Free breakfast
  • Meals available
  • Bicycle hire
  • Outdoor terrace

Cons

  • Towels for hire

#2 Intro Hostel

 9.0 on Booking.com    9.1 on Hostelsworld    

Privates from 50 USD Dorms from 13 USD

Intro Hostel

If you’re looking for a place to stay in the center of Kraków Old Town, but you don’t feel like sleeping in an expensive and boring hotel room – INTRO HOSTEL is the best choice for you! In this property, you’ll get spontaneous experience filled with newly met friends and surrounded by the most recommendable sites of Kraków.

INTRO hostel is cheap and comfortable, full of relaxed atmosphere. You can spend your time in the living room, watching TV, listening to music, chatting with old friends or meeting new ones, play the guitar, have a beer or simply lay down and have some rest on a comfy sofa.

Intro Hostel

All the rooms have shared bathrooms. We’ve got one double room, a 10-bed dorm, two 6-bed dorms, and two 12-bed dorms. Every bed has a separate locker. At the 24h reception, you can purchase soft drinks or toiletries and borrow a towel. As our guest, you get bed linen, soap, tea and coffee for free. Of course, you can use the Wi-Fi connection. Our kitchen is fully equipped and you can use it any time you want.

Pros and Cons of Intro Hostel

Pros

  • Fantastic location
  • Fully-equipped kitchen
  • Outdoor terrace
  • Club in the building

Cons

  • Towels for hire
  • No meals offered
  • Club in the building – possible noise

#3 Mosquito Hostel

 8.8 on Booking.com    9.5 on Hostelsworld    

Privates from 69 USD Dorms from 12 USD

Mosquito Hostel

Mosquito Hostel is very centrally located just next to the north entrance of Old Town, putting it within walking distance of all the major sights. This modern, friendly hostel features free nightly dinners, drinks, games, and events – a great opportunity to meet the staff and fellow travelers. There’s also a fully equipped kitchen, free breakfast, free laundry, and free Wi-Fi and Internet. 

Their facilities include 10 rooms ranging in size from twin / double/triple private rooms to 6 /10 /12-bed dorms (each bed has a thick mattress, comfortable duvet, bed linen, reading lamp, and USB port) with three bathrooms ( 24hr hot showers), chill out common area & another common area directly connected with fully equipped kitchen & balcony for smokers. 

Mosquito Hostel

Pros and Cons of Mosquito Hostel

Pros

  • Various dorms and rooms offered
  • Free breakfast
  • Outdoor terrace
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Parking possible for a fee

Cons

  • Towels for hire
  • Higher price for private rooms

#4 Greg&Tom Hostel

9.6 on Hostelsworld    

Privates From 32 USD Dorms from 13 USD

Greg&Tom Hostel

Greg&Tom Hostel is one of the first hostels in Krakow and one of the most awarded in Poland. Using their experience to make your stay as pleasant as possible, creating friendly atmosphere for everyone to enjoy. There’s free breakfast from 6.30-10 am which is normal thing in every hostel, but the thing is that their breakfast is just amazing!

Every single evening they provide you with delicious dinner that starts at 8:00 pm. After that you can hang out in common room and for those who want to try Cracow’s nightlife there are pub crawls organized!

Greg&Tom Hostel

What else this property offers:
– 3 fully-equipped kitchens
– Free tea, coffee, milk available 24/7
– Spacious dorms
– Big Double rooms with TV, DVD player and free safe boxes
– Huge flat screen TV and a massive collection of over 300 DVDs
– Free linen, padlocks and security lockers
– No curfew, no lockout
– Broad tourist information, free maps and guidebooks
– Multilingual, experienced and energetic staff available 24/7 to help with any issue
– Custom trips to UNESCO sites with Cracow City Tours.

Pros and Cons of Greg & Tom Hostel

Pros

  • Various dorms and rooms offered
  • Great value for price
  • Free breakfast and dinner
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Daily and evening events organized

Cons

  • Towels for hire
  • No female-only dorms available

#5 The Little Havana Party Hostel

 8.7 on Booking.com    9.4 on Hostelsworld   

Privates From 47 USD Dorms from 9 USD

The little havana party hostel

There is a charming, colonial-style house on the outside here at The Little Havana Party Hostel. But step inside and you’ll find 18-35 travellers partying it up at three Cuban bars serving the cheapest drinks in the city thanks to Havana Club sponsorship!

Join regular city pub crawls (think free shots and club entries), and roll in at any time through 24-hour reception. Enjoy a free breakfast in the morning, then dose of daytime culture with a walking tour through Schindler’s Factory or on a cliff-diving excursion.

The little havana party hostel

There are mixed and female-only dorms, all with linen included. Mattresses are thick and comfy, pillows and duvets are well looked after and professionally cleaned. For a small deposit, you can rent a towel, reading light, padlock or fan, and huge lockers under the beds let you stash your stuff securely.

Pros and Cons of The Little Havana Party Hostel

Pros

  • Various dorms and rooms offered
  • Great value for price
  • Great for solo travelers
  • Free breakfast
  • Shared kitchen
  • 24-hour front desk

Cons

  • Towels and reading light for hire

#6 Ginger Hostel

  9.4 on Hostelsworld    

Privates From 45 USD Dorms from 14 USD

Ginger Hostel

Ginger Hostel is a hostel that unites travelers from around the globe. Hotel is located 5 minutes walk from the Wawel castle and 10 minutes walk from the Old Town. There is a bus and a a tram stop right in front of the hostel (Jubilat), so there will be no problems with getting even to the most distant areas of the city. 

At Ginger Hostel there are rooms for all tastes and budgets, but all the rooms are equally comfortable, because they are spacious, light, have high quality furniture (wooden beds with orthopedic mattresses, luggage lockers for every guest). Guest can use a common lounge area where they can have a cup of tea or coffee and enjoy a gorgeous view at the Wawel Castle.

Ginger Hostel

Mornings start with a tasty continental breakfast at Ginger Hostel. Also, if you need transfers or excursion to the most popular touristic directions (and not only) they can book them for you. 

Pros and Cons of Ginger Hostel

Pros

  • Various dorms and rooms available
  • Free breakfast
  • Female dorms available
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Outdoor terrace
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Free parking

Cons

  • Farer from the city centre
  • No lift

#7 Bubble Hostel

 9.0 on Booking.com  9.1 on Hostelsworld    

Privates From 42 USD Dorms from 13 USD

Bubble Hostel

Bubble Hostel is a new hostel and its main goals are to provide clean rooms, to make your stay comfortable and to create the best ambiance possible! Hostel is located just in 5 minutes from the main station and Galeria Krakowska the shopping center.

Slow walking to the heart of the old town (Rynek Główny) takes just 5 minutes. Bubble Hostel can offer a varied range of rooms – from the dormitory rooms, which are ideal for young people who want to find new friends, as family rooms are suitable for young couples and families. There is free wi-fi available throughout the hostel. 

Bubble Hostel

Guests have access to a common, fully equipped kitchen (refrigerator, microwave, kettle, toaster, cooker, dishwasher). There is a 24-hour reception. Each room includes lockers. Free breakfast is not included in the apartment rate.

Pros and Cons of Bubble Hostel

Pros

  • Various dorms and rooms offered
  • Female-only dorms available
  • Shared kitchen
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Free breakfast for dorms
  • Family rooms
  • Street parking available

Cons

  • Towels for hire
  • Parties are forbidden

#8 Greg&Tom Party Hostel

 8.9 on Booking.com    9.3 on Hostelsworld    

Dorms from 13 USD

 

Greg & Tom Party Hostel

Centrally located near Market Square and St Florian’s gate, this lively, youthful party-hardy hostel hosts a different-themed large party every night, featuring Polish beers and vodkas! It is an excellent hostel for meeting people and having a good time and it’s ideal for those who don’t plan on sleeping much.

Nicely arranged hostel with multilingual experienced staff will give you a warm welcome to Krakow’s nightlife and make sure your stay will be unforgettable. Everyday events such as Pub Crawl, Vodka Marathon, Walking Tour or Games Afternoon will keep you entertained during your stay.

Greg & Tom Party Hostel
Please note that only guests between the ages of 18 and 40 years old are accepted in this hostel! Outrageous Free Breakfast everyday (7am to 10am): 3 kinds of cheese, ham, salami, fried bacon, sausages, fried eggs, mixed vegetables, 3 kind of cereals, chocolate & hazelnut spread, jam, pancakes, 3 kinds of bread and many more! 

Bunch of facilities are also offered by this property for free:  

* Hermetically packed linen
* Reading lamps and power plugs for each bed
* Spacious lockers for everybody
* Safe boxes in your dorm
* Two Common Rooms with Nintendo Wii, TV and Netflix
* Free coffee, tea and milk 24hrs
* Free Wi-Fi
* Free computers for guest use
* Free tickets and boarding passes printing
* Free earplugs, maps and city information (our staff knows everything about the city, don’t hesitate to ask them for help)
* Fully equipped kitchen for hostel guest use
* Free luggage room

Former visitors hardly remember their stay due to partying whole day and night therefore is hard to summarize their impression but if you travel with a group of friends and plan partying in this city, this place is ideal for you! 

Pros and Cons of Greg & Tom Party Hostel

Pros

  • Fantastic value for price
  • Free meals
  • Party hostel, night events organized
  • Lively and friendly atmosphere
  • Ideal for a groups of travelers
  • 24 hours front desk
  • Shared kitchen

Cons

  • Not much for solo traveler
  • No female-only dorms available
  • Small and darker rooms in this property
  • Towels for hire

#9 Hostel One Momotown

 8.6 on Booking.com    9.3 on Hostelsworld    

Privates from 33 USD Dorms from 12 USD

Hostel One Momotown

Momotown is a colorful hostel, located in the ancient district of Kazimierz, where relics of the past exist along with today’s most popular hang-outs. The Main Market Square is 0.7 mi away. Guests can enjoy the free Wi-Fi internet access throughout the property. There are 2 common rooms to mingle in. 

There is a fully equipped, common kitchen. Alternatively, guests can relax in a garden with barbecue facilities. Just around the corner are some of the best bars in town, and many restaurants to choose from. There is an age limit of 40 years old! 

Hostel One Momotown

The hostel has a 24-hour reception service, free breakfast and dinner, offering variable dorms as well as female only dorm, and private rooms. Linen is included in price, while towels could be hired on the front desk or you can take yours. There are also  free walking tour and evening events organized by this property. 

Pros and Cons of Hostel One Momotown

Pros

  • Various dorms and rooms available
  • Great value for price
  • Female only dorm available
  • Private rooms available
  • Free breakfast and dinner
  • Free daily walking tours
  • Party hostel
  • Garden available

Cons

  • Towels for hire
  • Party hostel – possible noise during nights

#10 Bison Hostel

 9.2 on Booking.com  

Privates From 37 USD Dorms from 12 USD

Bison hostel

Well set in the Old Town district of Krakow, Bison Hostel is located an 8-minute walk from Galeria Krakowska, one kilometer from St. Mary’s Basilica and a 20-minute walk from Lost Souls Alley.

Among the facilities at this property are a shared kitchen and a shared lounge, along with free WiFi throughout the property. The property provides a tour desk, and ticket service for guests.

Bison hostel

Some rooms will provide you with a kitchen with a dishwasher, a microwave and a fridge. Former visitors appreciate the curtains on the bunks, which provides some privacy even in the dorms, large and spacious rooms, kitchen and bathrooms, all over cleaness and the location of the property.

Pros and Cons of Bison Hostel

Pros

  • Various dorms and rooms available
  • Family rooms available
  • Female only dorm available
  • Fully equipped kitchen

Cons

  • No meals available

#11 HeyNow Hostel

 8.5 on Booking.com  9.7 on Hostelsworld 

Privates From 33 USD Dorms from 12 USD

HeyNow Hostel

HeyNow Hostel is placed in a heart of Krakow, in the main street of the city – Florianska, just a few meters from Main Square. This location gives you an opportunity to explore Cracow’s finest monuments, without wasting time to get to them from far places/districts of the city.

This hostel offers basic rooms with shared toilet facilities and free Wi-Fi in public areas. There are 14 rooms in total. Each of them is cozy and comfy. There is no curfew in this hostel, towels are included in the price! 

The rooms of the Heynow are simple but elegant, painted in either vibrant or pastel colors. Every room has lockers, but remember to take your own padlock. Lockers can be also rented at the front desk. The reception is open 24/7. Guests can prepare meals in the communal kitchen, which includes a stove, toaster, electric kettle, microwave, and refrigerator.

HeyNow Hostel

Pros and Cons of Heynow Hostel

Pros

  • Various dorms and rooms available
  • Family rooms available
  • Outdoor terrace
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Minimarket in the building

Cons

  • No meals available
  • Not a party hostel
  • Small amount of showers

#12 Let‘s Rock Hostel

 8.3 on Booking.com    9.3 on Hostelsworld    

Dorms from 12 USD

Let's rock hostel

Looking for a party? Then this is the place to be! It sits right in the heart of Krakow’s nightlife, making that late night stumble all the more easy. But it’s not just about the location – they’re well known for ‘warming up’ guests in style before a night on the town. Vodka tasting, sangria nights – you won’t go out dry.

Not to mention the on-site bar and common room, which makes meeting fellow travellers as easy as pie. The things guests rave about? The great atmosphere and friendly staff who are willing to help with anything. Let’s rock!

Let's rock hostel

Let’s rock hostel offers:
– Wide range of room types from 14-bed dorms to 4-bed dorms
– Free breakfast
– Free internet and WI-Fi;
– Free linen
– Free lockers
– Free coffee and tea anytime
– Free events
– 24-hour reception;

Pros and Cons of Let's Rock Hostel

Pros

  • Fantastic value for price
  • Free breakfast
  • Party hostel, night events organized
  • 24 hours front desk
  • Garden
  • Shared kitchen

Cons

  • No female-only dorms available
  • Towels for hire

#13 Cracow Hostel

 8.9 on Booking.com    9.2 on Hostelsworld    

Privates From 43 USD Dorms from 11 USD

If you are searching for the best location to visit the most beautiful medieval city in central Europe, visit the Cracow Hostel the only one situated exactly on the Main Market Square! There are offered the variety of comfortable rooms in a newly renovated house, all necessary facilities and most of all: cozy living room with an amazing view.

Take advantage of staying in the XIV century building with the view over the City center! With its high wooden ceilings, pine stairway and exceptional, ancient column, the Cracow Hostel offers you an environment, which harmonizes with the atmosphere of this oustanding city.

The Cracow Hostel has communal kitchen and 2 large common rooms with satellite TV. There are 4 computers on-site at guests’ disposal. The staff is available 24/7 and provides a ticket service and tour information.

Pros and Cons of Cracow Hostel

Pros

  • Various dorms and rooms available
  • Great location
  • 24 hours front desk
  • Family rooms available

Cons

  • No female-only dorms available
  • Breakfast for a fee
  • Towels for hire

#14 Dizzy Daisy Downtown Hostel

 8.7 on Booking.com    9.2 on Hostelsworld    

Privates From 18 USD Dorms from 7 USD

Dizzy Daisy Downtown hostel

As one of Kraków’s first ever hostels, Dizzy Daisy Downtown Hostel’s welcomed international travellers since 2004. The historical building is way older than that and has been completely renovated into a cool and modern space. As soon as you walk into the comfy common room, you’ll feel at home.  

They’ve got an outdoor terrace for al-fresco coffees, as well as vending machines and a kitchen to keep your energy levels up. Tea and coffee are free all day so there’s no need to visit the local coffee shop every time you need a caffeine fix!

Dizzy Daisy Downtown hostel

Settle into private rooms or apartments with en-suites or shared bathrooms at Dizzy Daisy. Dorms are your budget-friendly option and come with private lockers, bedding and towels included.

Pros and Cons of Dizzy Daisy Downtown Hostel

Pros

  • Fantastic value for the price
  • Various dorms and rooms available
  • 24-hours front desk
  • Outdoor terrace

Cons

  • No meals available
  • No female-only dorms available

#15 Mohito Hostel

 8.1 on Booking.com    9.3 on Hostelsworld    

Privates From 38 USD Dorms from 11 USD

Mohito hostel

Mohito Hostel is a superbly located new hostel with just a few steps from the Market Square and short walk from the central train station. The hostel offers you the unforgettable atmosphere of Krakow’s Old Town.

Mohito Hostel is an unique place to chill out, meet fellow travellers and party. The best features of the hostel are facilities – the great central location in the heart of Krakow, cozy rooms, and attractive prices. Do not hesitate to ask the hostel staff for suggestions when it comes to planning sight-seeing, eating out, booking tickets or advice on off-the-beaten-path excursions.

Mohito hostel
The living room and the kitchen are a social centre and a heart of the hostel with free Wi-Fi internet & activities provided. Devoted staff will join you in the clubs and arrange evening activities such as vodka tastings, polish night, dumpling workshop. Every night PUB CRAWL for 59 PLN.

Pros and Cons of Mohito Hostel

Pros

  • Various dorms and rooms available
  • Free breakfast
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Outdoor terrace
  • Party hostel
  • Restaurant in the property
  • Fully equipped kitchen

Cons

  • Towels for hire
  • Party hostel – possible noise in the night
  • No female-only dorms available

9 Comments

  • Parveen

    Hey, I enjoy a lot while reading your article on best hostels in Krakow. While reading I know that Kraków is home to Jagiellonian University, one of the oldest universities in the world and traditionally Poland’s most reputable institution of higher learning.  Thanks for writing such useful guide while find the best hostels.

  • shariful islam

    Many thanks to you for sharing such an excellent article with us .I’ve traveled to Poland once before for my office work and I’ve been there for about 25-30 days.And that’s where I got the suggestions for Krakow’s offers from my friend and I was in Krakow.And I was in a bubble hostel there.And I went there a long time ago, the hostel was very clean and the hostel was brand new.And the main goal of this hostel is to provide a clean home and create the best possible environment for you to feel comfortable and comfortable.After reading your article, everyone will know about the best hostels in Poland and if they ever travel to Poland, your registration will play an important role and they will share new experiences with you.

  • Changingworldnews

    This is a nice review of hostels in Krakow/Poland. Poland is a very economical country with very nice tourist centers, which everyone need to visit. And with this great review of hostels from yours, It will serve better many tourist. I have many experience from this country and have personally stayed in Mundo hostel in one of my visits to Poland. It is truly a place that money can´t buy. very luxurious, the rooms are very stylish. and their breakfast is top top. Nice article for reviewing such exciting places in Krakow Poland where people can have a a heaven on earth stay. Well structured article. The content is rich with nice overview of hostels in Krakow. The table of content navigation also makes going through the article easier.

  • Md. Asraful Islam

    Many thanks to you for discussing the details of the hotel. You mentioned the top 15 hotels in Poland that are situated in Krakow.The article discusses the advantages and disadvantages of the 15 best Hotels in Poland in Upper Arctic. Of these hotels, the Bison Hostel seemed to be the best.Which is why last year I was coming from this hotel. The hotel was really awesome. For those who travel to Poland, this article is a very important hotel accommodation. So I’d like to share your article on my social media if you give me permission and feel.

  • Bolupe

    Poland is a country I have heard so much about and it is a country I plan to visit soon. Your post is well – researched and I like the way you included a brief introduction about Poland and the capital city Krakow. I will be honest and say I have never tried a hostel mainly because I travel with my family all the time and I never knew that there are family-friendly hostels.

    The Pros and Cons you included in your post makes it quite clear to readers the variety of choice on offer and it will help readers make up their minds quickly. Based on your recommendation, I am interested in Bison Hostel because it is family-friendly and it offers self catering as an option.

    Thank you for sharing.

  • Bai Asha

    Hey,I plan to visit soon. Your post is well – researched and I like the way you included a brief introduction about Poland and the capital city Krakow. I will be honest and say I have never tried a hostel mainly because I travel with my family all the time and I never knew that there are family-friendly hostels. the Bison Hostel seemed to be the best.Which is why last year I was coming from this hotel. The hotel was really awesome. For those who travel to Poland, this article is a very important hotel accommodation.

  • Nimrodngy

    In 2 weeks I will go to Krakow and look for a hostel. I am glad that Poland is not blocked because of the Corona Virus and travel here is allowed. My favorite is Greg & Tom Hostel. These wonderful colors remind me of the student and I can say that I can’t wait to sleep in this wonderful hotel. The price is a very good one and I’m thinking of extending my vacation here. Thanks !

  • deeplytrebled

    Hey there,

    I have always wanted to visit Poland, the place of Chopin’s birth. These images are very inspiring and I never would have thought of staying in a hostel. You played out the extensive history of the city well. The travesties committed by Nazi invaders is just appalling. 

    These locations in the city seem very welcoming as they offer several different themes for each room. I think I’ll look back at the site when I can make it to Poland.

  • Shanta Rahman

    Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful article with us .I love traveling so I went to Poland last month. At that time, I went to the Mundo Hostel Hotel provided by your article for my vacation. Personally I like Krakow City very much .This hotel has a friendly atmosphere that I really like .Comfortable double room, clean and modern bathroom, better than breakfast house, cozy atmosphere .I love the stylish rooms with the convenience of the bathroom .Enjoyed free Wi-Fi and this hotel has indoor features inspired by travel to every room .All in all it seemed to me the best .

    I will definitely be writing your article to my friend because he will be going to Poland very soon and will certainly share his new experience with you. Can I share your article on my social media?

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