This tastefully furnished two-room apartment in the Old Town of Krakow is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a high standard of accommodation and good location. Located on the first floor of a historic building, just two minutes walk from the historic Kazimierz district, 10 minutes to the Wawel Castle, the Main Square and the railway station. The apartment has as many as 55 square meters and consists of a bright bedroom with a double king size bed and a sofa bed, a comfortable living room with double sofa bed, open kitchen and bathroom with shower and toilet. Owners bearing in mind the comfort of all guests, took care of every detail: in the bedroom waiting ready hypoallergenic bedding and set of towels supplied by a professional laundry. To make you feel like at home, the apartment is equipped with hairdryer, iron, washing machine, wardrobes with hangers, and even a clothes dryer. Lovers of cooking your own meals in the kitchen you will find all the necessary appliances, including an oven and an electric stove. The windows in the apartment have been replaced with new ones, so in the winter it is very warm and quiet. Guests can enjoy free high speed internet access Wi-Fi. The price of renting provide the final cleaning. We can pick from the airport (cost 80 zł for the entire car). Please accommodation after 14. 00 and leave the apartment the day of departure to 11. 00. We do not charge a deposit, we offer the possibility of early / late accommodation for an extra charge 20 zł for arrivals after 19. 00. Public parking in the vicinity of the building is free of charge Saturdays and Sundays and other days the evening from 20. 00 to 10. 00. On weekdays fee is 3 zł per hour. We care about the comfort of all our guests, so the apartment does not allow smoking, holding an animal in the apartment, furnishing stag / hen parties or other events. Please keep quiet hours 22. 00-8. 00. The apartment is located in an area full of restaurants, cafes, music clubs, by many considered to be the center of Krakow's nightlife. Many artists moved here, finding unique and fascinating atmosphere of the place, and he wound the Steven Spielberg film Schindler's List here.