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Kraków is one of the top city break destinations in Europe, and with flight times from the UK sitting around two hours it’s perfect for a weekend getaway.

History and modernity combine in this jewel of a city, which recently celebrated its 750th birthday. Intricate architecture reflects Poland’s golden age, while the eerie sight of the Jewish ghetto and Schindler’s Factory offer a stark reminder of Europe’s recent past.

During the day there’s plenty to see, with bustling market squares and soaring cathedrals. But it’s by night that the city really comes to life, with basement bars packed to the rafters with local students enjoying a piwo or two. Bartenders in Kraków have a saying: “if you’re drinking, I’m pouring.”

Popular with both tourists and business travellers, there’s no shortage of hotels in Kraków. Whether you’re looking for five star luxury or a budget hostel to lay your head in, there are plenty of options to choose from. Skyscanner makes it easy to compare accommodation, and find the best hotel for your needs.

The only thing you need to think about is which part of the city you want to stay in. Kraków is a massive place, with over 1.4 million people living in its eighteen boroughs. Most of the hotels, and attractions, can be found in the following neighbourhoods.

Stare Miasto

Stay right in the middle of the action with a hotel room in Kraków’s old town. Locals rub shoulders with tourists in Europe’s largest mediaeval town square, and it’s hard to turn a corner without bumping into some important monument. Lively bars and restaurants offer plenty of places to take the weight off after a day of sightseeing.

Kazimierz

Once the Jewish quarter of Kraków, Kazimierz is now one of the most fashionable neighbourhoods in the city. It’s the place to see and be seen, with local celebrities flocking to the trendy bars, restaurants, and hotels. As well as being known for its nightlife, Kazimierz also has its fair share of cultural attractions such as synagogues and museums.

Podgórze

Hotels have started springing up on the other side of the Vistula River; particularly in the recently gentrified neighbourhood of Podgórze. Once a run-down ghetto, Podgórze is quickly transforming into a must-visit destination with jazz clubs, peaceful parks, and quirky cafes. The recently built footbridge has put the neighbourhood firmly on the tourist trail, with Schindler’s Factory providing a particularly interesting attraction.

Stare-Debniki

Stare-Debniki hasn’t quite hit the tourist radar yet; but if the increase in trendy bars and contemporary art galleries are anything to go by, it’s definitely a neighbourhood on the up. One of

the biggest attractions is the old Forum Przestrzenie: once a landmark hotel, the building fell into disrepair. It’s now been given a new lease of life as one of the coolest lounge bars in Kraków.