Apartments in the centre of Kazimierz – Cracow

Apartments

  • The M17 Apartment

    The M17 Apartment

    The M17 apartment offers 48 m2 of space and comprises two rooms suitable for up to four persons. It has a kitchenette with a dining area, a bedroom, a hallway with a closet as well as a bathroom. This apartment is ideal for families with children, groups of friends or those who cherish their private space.
    Just like M17 A, M15 and M15 A, the M17 apartment is located in a renovated town house at ul. Józefa in Kazimierz, one of Cracow’s most interesting quarters. It is close to all local attractions (historical monuments, museums, art galleries and restaurants) as well as the Main Market Square. These four apartments are fully equipped and tastefully arranged, each aspect having been thought through and serving the comfort of the guests.

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  • The M17 A Apartment

    The M17 A Apartment

    The M17 A apartment offers 27 m2 of space and comprises a room with a kitchenette and a bathroom. It is suitable for two persons. Each aspect of its interior has been designed with the expectations of our guests in mind.
    Just like M17, the M17 A apartment is located at ul. Józefa, close to the High and Old Synagogues in Kazimierz, one of Cracow’s most visited quarters.
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  • The Superior Apartment

    The M15 Apartment

    The Kazimierz “M15” Apartment comprises 67  m2 and three rooms holding up to seven persons. It has a large living room with a balcony, a kitchenette with a dining area, two bedrooms, a hall with a closet, and a bathroom. The Apartment is an ideal choice for families with children, groups of friends or guests enjoying ample privacy.

    The “M15” Apartment, just like “M15A”, is located in a renovated house at ul. Józefa, in Kazimierz, one of Krakow’s most interesting quarters. It is within walking distance from all the local attractions (historical monuments, museums, art galleries and restaurants) as well as the Main Square.

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  • The M15A Apartment

    The M15A Apartment

    The Kazimierz “M15A” Apartment comprises 48  m2   and two rooms holding up to four persons. It has been designed with meeting our guests’expectations in mind. It features a kitchenette with a dining area, a living room, a bedroom, a hall, and a bathroom.

    The “M15A” Apartament, just like “M15”, is located at ul. Józefa close to the High Synagogue and Old Synagogue in Kazimierz, one of Krakow’s most popular quarters.

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The M15 Apartment

The Kazimierz “M15” Apartment comprises 67 m2 and three rooms holding up to seven persons.
The living room fittings include a large sofa (140/200 cm) which can be unfolded to make a bed, a bench, a chest of drawers, and a 40-inch TV. The first bedroom has a double bed (160/200 cm) and bedside cabinets. The other bedroom has a superking-sized bed (180/200 cm), which depending on the needs may be turned into two single beds (90/200 cm), a single sofa which can be unfolded to make a bed (140/200 cm), bedside cabinets and a wardrobe. In the kitchen, there is a table sitting six persons, an electric cooker with four burners, refrigerator-freezer, a microwave, coffee machine, as well as pots, plates, cutlery and glasses. In the bathroom, the guests will find a large shower cabin and a hairdryer. There is an iron available complete with an ironing board. Fans of sightseeing by bike can use our three bicycles put at their disposal.

Furnishings

  • superking-sized bed
  • two single bede
  • big sofa bed
  • single sofa bed
  • TV
  • electric hob
  • microwave
  • dishwasher
  • fridge
  • coffee machine
  • kettle
  • sandwich maker
  • shower
  • free WiFi
  • cot
  • stroller
  • board games
  • bicycle

Prices

03.01-05.01455
06.01-12.03300
13.03-29.04335
30.04-03.05520
04.05-03.10455
04.10-20.12300
21.12-29.12520
30.12.2019-02.01.2020770



The M15A Apartment

The Kazimierz “M15A” Apartment comprises 48  m2 and two rooms holding up to four persons.
The living room fittings include a large sofa (140 cm/200 cm) which can be unfolded to make a bed, a bench, a chest of drawers, floor cushion poufs, and a 40-inch TV. The bedroom has a superking-sized (180 cm/200 cm), which depending on the needs may be turned into two single beds (90 cm/200 cm), bedside cabinets, and a large wardrobe. In the kitchen, there is a large round table, an electric cooker with four burners, refrigerator-freezer, a microwave, coffee machine, as well as pots, plates, cutlery, and glasses. In the bathroom, the guests will find a large shower cabin and a hairdryer.

Furnishings

  • superking-sized bed
  • big sofa bed
  • TV
  • electric hob
  • microwave
  • fridge
  • coffee machine
  • kettle
  • sandwich maker
  • shower
  • free WiFi
  • cot
  • stroller
  • board games
  • bicycle

Price

03.01-05.01250
06.01-12.03205
13.03-29.04230
30.04-03.05300
04.05-03.10250
04.10-20.12205
21.12-29.12300
30.12.2019-02.01.2020450

Apartament M17A

The M17 A apartment is a cosy studio of 27 m2 and inimitable ambience. All its furniture has been custom-designed thanks to which its space is optimally used and the entire apartment unique. The bedroom area comprises a double queen-size bed (180 cm/200 cm), bedside cabinets and a large closet. There is a balcony accessible through a door as well as a kitchenette fully equipped with glassware and tableware. It features an electric stovetop, a microwave oven, a fridge, a dishwasher and a kettle. The bathroom has a shower with showerhead and rain-shower options; a hairdryer is also at the disposal of our guests.

Furnishings

  • superking-sized bed
  • big sofa bed
  • TV
  • fridge
  • electric hob
  • microwave
  • dishwasher
  • coffee machine
  • kettle
  • sandwich maker
  • shower
  • free WiFi
  • cot
  • stroller
  • board games
  • bicycle

Prices

03.01-05.01200
06.01-12.03180
13.03-29.04195
30.04-03.05275
04.05-03.10200
04.10-20.12180
21.12-29.12275
30.12.2019-02.01.2020370

Apartament M17

The M17 apartment comprises a living room, a kitchen and a separate bedroom. In the living room, there is a large folding sofa (140/200 cm), which can be used as a bed, a bench, a chest of drawers, two armchairs and a 42-inch TV. The bedroom features a double queen-size bed (180/200 cm) as well as bedside cabinets. The kitchen offers a table for four, a four-burner electric stovetop, a fridge-freezer, a dishwasher, a microwave oven, a coffee machine, pots, plates, cutlery and glassware. The bathroom is equipped with a large shower booth and a hairdryer.
An ironing board and an iron are at the disposal of our guests.
We offer three bicycles for those who enjoy sightseeing on the move. Our motorised guests can enjoy a free parking area next to the building.

Furnishings

  • superking-sized bed
  • big sofa bed
  • TV
  • electric hob
  • microwave
  • dishwasher
  • fridge
  • coffee machine
  • kettle
  • sandwich maker
  • shower
  • free WiFi
  • cot
  • stroller
  • board games
  • bicycle

Prices

03.01-05.01250
06.01-12.03205
13.03-29.04230
30.04-03.05300
04.05-03.10250
04.10-20.12205
21.12-29.12300
30.12.2019-02.01.2020450

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What to see

Museum of Municipal Engineering – housed in the historical spaces of Krakow’s oldest tramway depot, its attractions include post-1950 monuments of the Polish automotive industry, an exhibition of printing machines as well as a depot showcasing old tram cars. The Museum has a branch called the Stanisław Lem Garden of Experiences, located at Aleja Pokoju in the Park of Aviators.

http://www.mimk.com.pl/
address: ul. św. Wawrzyńca 15walking distance 5 min
address: Aleje Pokoku 68by car 15 min, about 7 km

Ethnographic Museum – established over a century ago and housing more than 80,000 exhibits, its permanent exhibitions are: Krakow Room, Podhale Room, Workshops, Folk Costumes, Customs, and Art.

http://etnomuzeum.eu/
address: Plac Wolnica 1walking distance 6 min

Centre for the Documentation of the Art of Tadeusz Kantor – Cricoteka – located in a historical nineteenth-century power station, it showcases Tadeusz Kantor’s creative output.

http://www.news.cricoteka.pl/
address: ul. Nadwiślańska 2walking distance 13 min

Schindler’s Factory – the museum is housed in the administrative building of the former Factory of Enameled Vessels of Oskar Schindler, the exhibition presenting the 1939-1945 history of Poles, Jews and Nazi German occupants in Krakow.

http://www.mhk.pl/oddzialy/fabryka-schindlera
address: ul. Lipowa 4walking distance 22 min

Under the Eagle Pharmacy – located on the grounds of the former ghetto. The exhibition commemorates the Holocaust and Tadeusz Pankiewicz, the pharmacy’s owner and witness to the historic events.

Concentration Camp in Płaszów – a place of the execution of thousands of inmates; some others were moved to Auschwitz and elsewhere. The camp was set up on the grounds of Podgórze and Wola Duchacka in the autumn of 1942. Prior to that, there had been two Jewish cemeteries here, of 1887 and 1932, respectively.

Underground of the Main Market Square – a place to immerse yourself in the past and feel the ambiance of a medieval market square revived after centuries by archaeologists and modern technology.

http://www.podziemiarynku.com/
address: ul. Rynek Główny 1, walking distance 22 min

Wawel – one of Poland’s finest monuments of the Renaissance and most famous castle. Tourists can benefit from both seasonal and permanent exhibitions, such as State Royal Apartments, Private Royal Apartments, Sigismund Bell and the Dragon’s Den.

http://www.wawel.krakow.pl/pl/
tourist information: phone 12 422 51 55, ext. 219 or informacja@wawel.org.pl
resrvations and guide service: phone 12 422 16 97 or bot@wawel.org.pl
address: ul. Wawel 5walking distance 18 min

Wieliczka – three kilometers of winding corridors where the visitors can see spectacular chambers carved in salt, amazing underground lakes and unique salt sculptures.

https://www.kopalnia.pl/
address: ul. Daniłowicza 10 (Danilowicz Shaft), 32-020 Wieliczka, by car 25 min, about 15 km

Auschwitz – the largest of the Nazi German concentration camps and Holocaust sites. More than 1.1 million men, women and children lost their lives here.

http://auschwitz.org/
Państwowe Muzeum Auschwitz-Birkenau
address: ul. Więźniów Oświęcimia 20
32-603 Oświęcim,  by car 1h 20 min, about 85 km

Old Synagogue – an exhibition arranged in an actual interior of a former synagogue, devoted to it and key Jewish festivals, the former women’s hall featuring a show focusing on family life.

http://www.mhk.pl/oddzialy/stara-synagoga
address: ul. Szeroka 24walking distance 2 min

Tempel Synagogue – a free-standing synagogue, once in a tiny garden surrounded by a wall, currently the world’s only Synagogue of Reformed Israelis.

Izaak Jakubowicz Synagogue – the largest of Krakow synagogues, erected in the seventeenth century in the early Baroque style with some mannerism features, destroyed and plundered during the Second World War.

Kupa Synagogue – erected in the seventeenth century thanks to the funds contributed by craftsmen and merchants (kupat-cdaka means a sacrificial box Hebrew, hence its name). The last synagogue to have been built when the Jewish town still existed.

Popper Synagogue – founded by the wealthy merchant Wolf Popper in the early 1600s, it featured the richest interior among all Krakow synagogues. It was plundered during the Second World War.

Remuh Synagogue – Krakow’s only Jewish house of prayer with regular religious services. Its history goes back to the 16th and 17th centuries. A cemetery of the same name adheres to the synagogue, older by a few years than the building.

High Synagogue – erected in the latter half of the 1500s, now housing a photo exhibition devoted to customs and traditions of the Jewish community.

Corpus Christi Church – funded around 1340 by King Casimir the Great. Once the key building in the quarter of Kazimierz, today an integral part of its landscape full of narrow streets.

Church of St. Catherine of Alexandria and St. Margaret – erected in the fourteenth century thanks to King Casimir the Great. One of the best examples of Gothic architecture in Poland.

Basilica of St. Michael the Archangel and St. Stanislaus the Bishop and Martyr – known as the “Rock” (Skałka), linked to the legend of St. Stanislaus. Erected in the eleventh century, its current style is Baroque.

Rotunda (Okrąglak) in Kazimierz – a round commercial hall built in the early 20th century. In 1927, it was transferred to the Jewish Community that converted it into a ritual abattoir. Today, the venue of a Sunday flea market with second-hand clothes and antiques.

http://www.placnowy.pl/news.php
address: Plac Nowy, walking distance 3 min

Krakus Mound – Krakow’s oldest mound and the largest prehistoric mound in Poland. It offers a full panoramic view of Krakow and the remnants of the Concentration Camp in Płaszów.

Galeria Kazimierz Shopping Centre – arranged in the buildings of a former municipal abattoir, a home to over 160 shops, a cinema, restaurants and cafés.

http://www.galeriakazimierz.pl/
address: ul. Podgórska 34walking distance 15 min