The closest neighbourhood of our aparthotel is a beautiful world all its own, important points on the historical map of Krakow and unique architecture. Try them all! Get to know the neighbourhood.
Do you know that you can live so close to art? There is a family home of the Polish modernist painter Olga Boznańska just behind our aparthotel. The artist left her studio and half of her house to the Krakow’s Academy of Fine Arts. Currently, young adepts of interior design study there.
Have you ever heard the singing of frogs? While passing the tenement house at the corner of Piłsudskiego and Retoryka Streets, look up and you’ll see an animal playing the guitar. Yes, you see well. It’s a frog. And the building you look at is the Under the Singing Frog house, designed by the famous Polish architect Teodor Talowski.
Just several dozen metres away from the apart house, there is a pearl of neo-renaissance architecture. Visit the Czapski Palace, where Hubert Antoni Krasiński, a social activist and then a scholar, Emeryk Hutten Czapski lived for many years. The National Museum in Krakow has been taking care of the palace for years.
Or maybe you want to see a film? Have a look at the modernist Kino Kijów cinema building.
The cinema which for over 50 years has been expanding the film horizons of Krakow’s residents, and during the Krakow Film Festival and OFF CAMERA Independent Film Festival, guests visitors from Europe and the World.
No. 23 Aparthotel
ul. Józefa Piłsudskiego 23,
31-110 Cracow, Poland
ul. Stefana Garczyńskiego