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Hotel Indigo Krakow - Old Town

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Hotel Indigo Krakow - Old Town

Celebrating Poland's artistic heritage.

Right in the heart of the city, Hotel Indigo® Krakow – Old Town blends historic Polish art with contemporary style. Our elegant boutique rooms all have rainfall showers and complimentary WiFi, with subtle décor inspired by three of the country’s greatest painters. The past and the future meet in the streets around the hotel, where Wawel Castle and the Renaissance Cloth Hall on the old town’s medieval square rub shoulders with new museums, cutting-edge galleries and buzzing bars. The old town, Florianska’s shops and the vibrant nightlife of the Kazimierz district are all easily accessible on foot. Our creative chefs serve local specialties sourced from the neighboring Old Kleparz food market, and after a day of discovery you can savor a vodka in our intimate bar.

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    Neighborhoods

    Explore our neighbourhood.

    Art and culture have always been at the heart of life in Krakow. The city’s poets, artists and scholars were the force behind Poland’s Golden Age, and later Jan Matejko – arguably our greatest painter – lived in the building that became our hotel. His statue stands outside the neighboring Academy of Fine Arts, and you can still visit the nearby studio where he created his monumental historic works. The old town is now a World Heritage Site, filled with monuments to its former residents, and galleries like the contemporary MOCAK are among the finest in Europe. Named Capital of Culture in 2000, Krakow is experiencing a renewed artistic buzz, and you can explore the new museums and bars of the regenerated historic quarters that have brought a resurgent vigor to the city’s creative life.

    Old Kleparz Market

    You'll notice the intoxicating aroma of fresh produce from Old Kleparz market, right opposite our hotel, as soon as you step outside. In business since the 12th century, it's a great place to shop for fruit and vegetables, dairy produce and traditional Polish delicacies, and the stall owners are always willing to let you try before you buy.

    Old Kleparz Market
    Rynek Glowny – Krakow's Main Square

    A gentle stroll from our hotel, Rynek Glowny – Krakow’s main square – is a magnificent medieval meeting place at the heart of the old town. It's surrounded by grand buildings, none more spectacular than the central Renaissance Cloth Hall, as well as plenty of restaurants with terraces where you can soak up the vibrant atmosphere of the city.

    Rynek Glowny –  Krakow's Main Square
    Wawel Castle

    You can walk in the footsteps of Polish kings at Wawel castle, founded in the 14th century by Casimir III the Great. Today this great symbol of our nation houses a major art museum, and you can explore the magnificent riverside buildings to discover art and artefacts ranging from Italian Renaissance paintings to gold, armor and Ottoman tents.

    Wawel Castle
    Jewish District of Kazimierz

    South of the old town, the Jewish district of Kazimierz was neglected during the Soviet era and fell into disrepair. After a recent rebirth, it’s now home to some of Krakow’s coolest bars and restaurants, the place to head for a night out. The past isn't forgotten either – there's also a flourishing cultural scene that honors its tragic history.

    Jewish District of Kazimierz
    Juliusz Slowacki Theatre

    You can catch contemporary and classical drama, as well as captivating musical shows, at the Juliusz Slowacki Theatre, a few minutes’ walk from our hotel. Built in 1893, the grand Baroque building was modelled on the great European concert halls of its day, including the Paris Opera. Inside, look out for the frescoes by Austrian artist Anton Tuch.

    Juliusz Slowacki Theatre
    Krakowska Opera House

    The city's Opera Krakowska opera house – 15 minutes’ walk from the hotel – is relatively modern, having been founded in 1954. It stages over 200 performances every year, so if you’re looking for a dose of high culture, you can take your pick from international and Polish grand opera, ballet, operettas and even musicals aimed at children.

    Krakowska Opera House
    ICE Krakow Congress Centre

    A short taxi ride from the hotel, the multi-purpose ICE Krakow Congress Centre is home to a theatre, exhibition hall and meeting rooms. The venue hosts an eclectic mix of concerts and events, and can seat up to 2,000. If you love jazz you won't want to miss the international summer festival, which attracts big-name artists from around the world.

    ICE Krakow Congress Centre
    TAURON Arena Krakow

    If you want to spend the evening with some of the biggest names in showbiz, head for the TAURON Arena Krakow. Shaped like a giant Frisbee, this futuristic building was opened in 2014 as a venue for concerts and major sporting events. Its vast indoor arena has space for 15,000 fans, who come here to see concerts by top global pop and rock artists.

    TAURON Arena Krakow
    Wierzynek Restaurant

    The old town’s sophisticated Wierzynek restaurant can trace its origins back to 1364. It was once a regular haunt of the Polish royal family, and its sumptuous interior and fine food make it a favorite among its current national and international clientele. It's renowned for its traditional Polish delicacies – make sure that you try the venison.

    Wierzynek Restaurant
    Szara Restaurant

    You can tuck into a mouthwatering array of modern European dishes beneath an impressive vaulted ceiling at Szara, a stylish restaurant on the city's main square. The menu covers everything from a fried breakfast to Dutch mussels, but the house is particularly known for its bouillabaisse style fish soup, as well as delicious rabbit and duck.

    Szara Restaurant
    Old Kleparz Market

    If you really want to get to grips with the local cuisine, you can start your voyage of discovery at the Old Kleparz market right outside our door. Graze your way around dozens of food stalls and you'll get to taste a wealth of traditional local foods, including salty precels (pretzel) and regional Krakowska sausages.

    Old Kleparz Market
    Kazimierz‘s Maly Sledz Bar

    You can grab a simple, traditional dinner at one of Krakow’s many herring bars. The concept is straightforward: order from the huge range of flavored herrings, pick a herbal vodka from the menu, and tuck in. Polish dining doesn’t get more old-fashioned, yet today bars such as Kazimierz‘s Maly Sledz are packed with the city's hippest young artists.

    Kazimierz‘s Maly Sledz Bar

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