Mosquito Hostel is a comfortable lodging with the great location in Krakow! Only 5 minutes stroll from the Train Station, furthermore 5 minutes stroll to the Main Square. You will have an astonishing stay there, in their new agreeable and roomy rooms with tremendous inside design.Visit the website
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Our inn is situated in a noteworthy dwelling house in the very heart of the illustrious city of Kraków, beside St. Florian's Gate, the most prominent road, and most frequented by vacationers (around 50-80 thousands walkers consistently!). Inn Brama has been running its vacationer operation since 2006.
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Kraków is the second biggest and one of the most established urban areas in Poland. Arranged on the Vistula River in the Lesser Poland district, the city goes back to the seventh century. Kraków has generally been one of the main focuses of Polish scholastic, social, and masterful life and is one of Poland's most essential monetary center points. It was the capital of the Crown of the Kingdom of Poland from 1038 to 1569; the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth from 1569 to 1795; the Free City of Kraków from 1815 to 1846; the Grand Duchy of Cracow from 1846 to 1918; and Kraków Voivodeship from the fourteenth century to 1998. It has been the capital of Lesser Poland Voivodeship since 1999.
The city has developed from a Stone Age settlement to Poland's second most essential city. It started as a village on Wawel Hill and was at that point being accounted for as a bustling exchanging focus of Slavonic Europe in 965. With the foundation of new colleges and social venues at the rise of the Second Polish Republic in 1918 and all through the twentieth century, Kraków reaffirmed its part as a noteworthy national scholastic and masterful focus. The city has a populace of roughly 760,000, with around 8 million extra individuals living inside a 100 km (62 mi) sweep of its fundamental square.
After the attack of Poland toward the begin of World War II, Kraków turned into the capital of Germany's General Government. The Jewish populace of the city was constrained into a walled zone known as the Kraków Ghetto, from which they were sent to German annihilation camps, for example, the close-by Auschwitz never to return, and the Nazi inhumane imprisonments like Płaszów.
In 1978, Karol Wojtyła, ecclesiastical overseer of Kraków, was lifted to the papacy as Pope John Paul II — the primary Slavic pope ever, and the main non-Italian pope in 455 years. Also that year, UNESCO affirmed the principal ever locales for its new World Heritage List, including the whole Old Town in engraving Cracow's Historic Centre. Kraków is delegated a worldwide city by GaWC, with the positioning of High sufficiency. Cited as one of Europe's most lovely cities, its broad social legacy over the ages of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque engineering incorporates the Wawel Cathedral and the Royal Castle on the banks of the Vistula waterway, the St. Mary's Basilica and the biggest medieval market square in Europe, the Rynek Główny. Kraków is home to Jagiellonian University, one of the most established colleges on the planet and customarily Poland's most respectable foundation of higher learning.
In 2000, Kraków was named European Capital of Culture. The city will likewise have the following World Youth Day in 2016.
Happy people don’t count the hours. We would certainly agree with that, although nowadays it could appear that controlling time is unavoidable or simply necessary. Our guests, however, are relieved of the need to watch the clock by the bugle player stationed in the garret of St Mary’s Church tower. His bugle call, which is clearly audible from the hostel, marks the passing of every hour. It has been doing this for over a hundred years and also gives us our name. Strangely, the Polish word for ‘bugle call’ (hejnał) sounds almost identical to the English words “Hey Now!”
According to one of the most important of Krakow’s legends, the St Mary’s hejnał announced the opening and closing of the city gates from the Middle Ages onwards. But the doors of our hostel are of course open to guests around the clock.
Heynow Hostel, which is situated on The Royal Way historical trail, is a place in which time takes on a special significance in the ‘here and now’, making it possible for guests to revel in the special morning atmosphere of Krakow’s Market Square, a time when the flower sellers are preparing their stalls, coffee sellers are frothing up milk and the Cloth Hall is opening its gates while street buskers tune their instruments. All these daily activities are interwoven with Krakow’s centuries-old history, which can be directly experienced by our guests from the very moment of their arrival.
The centre of Krakow at night is a concoction of almost every kind of entertainment and cultural possibility – not just concerts, theatrical shows and cinemas (although these are all of course of the highest calibre). Another alternative might be to take a walk among the street performers in the Market Square and try to make sense of their countless pantomime acts and bizarre incantations. Or for that matter, take a walk among the drummers, fire-eaters and breakdancers. From the constant hum of the beer gardens, you might just pick out an invitation to join somebody. It’s worth taking advantage of this! But not if you’re planning a little bit of Saturday (or Friday, Thursday, Wednesday) night fever!
Located in the heart of the city, Heynow Hostel guarantees its guests comfort, a great time, a healthy dose of new experiences and the opportunity to relax in a place where time stands still. And all this with Krakow’s marvellous cultural heritage within arm’s reach. At our hostel you can forget about your daily concerns, if only for a few moments, and let the spirit of magical Krakow pull you in. A unique feature of the city is its accessibility. You can get almost anywhere on foot, by bike or horse and carriage. And with the assistance of a guide you can better appreciate and understand this marvellous place.