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Whether you’re in Krakow for the Christmas Markets or to see the Castle, you’re sure to find the right hotel with Skyscanner.

It’s a cliché to stay a city is coated in history, but it’s far truer for Krakow than anywhere else. Stone tools have been found on Wawel Hill that date back to 50,000BC, the Royal Wawel Castle housed Danish Kings and the entire city was directly effected by the Nazi movement in the 19th century. There are 18 districts in total, but there are few districts that have more hotels than others.

Old Town - Stare Miasto

The boutiques, aparthotels, and hostels in the Old Town make it a great place to stay whether you’re a budget traveller, travelling family or here on business. It’s comfortable, quirky, and attractions like the main Market Square, the parks and Wawel Hill are close by too.


Wawel Castle, Wiezlicka Salt Mine and the Main Market Square make Grzegórzki a popular place to stay for travellers, especially considering it’s on the same side of the river as the Old Town and it’s proximity to the stations in Krakow. There are plenty of B&B’s and apartments here, which are slightly cheaper than those in the Old Town.


Kazimierz is actually part of the Old Town, and it’s one of the most popular places to stay in Krakow thanks to its Jewish cuisine and Sunday flea markets. There are loads of mid range and aparthotels to stay in if you’re here for the weekend, and some kitsch boutique hotels if you fancy treating yourself.


Kleparz is just north of the Old Town, meaning that it’s still mounted in history, but attracts far more residents thanks to it’s local market culture. There’s also a variety of 3-5 star hotels here, as well as some conference centres.


Podgórze is on the south bank of the river, based at the bottom of Lasota Hill. Although Schindler’s List was shown to be based in Kazimierz, the majority of the events and the filming took place in Podgórze. If you’re looking for a place that’s steeped in history – slightly away from the main throng – and you’re on a budget, Podgórze might be the best option for you.