Krakow


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an industrial city in southern Poland on the Vistula

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From my clean and spacious room I had fantastic views across the rooftops of central Krakow.
The half hour journey to Krakow Glowny (main station) cost less than PS3 and from there it's a pleasant 10 minute stroll to the old town.
The first trams are expected to arrive in Krakow within the next two years and begin commercial service in 2020.
The Institute of Middle and Far East of the University of Jagiellonski Krakow hosted the program in collaboration with Embassy of Pakistan in Poland.
Guidewire Software Inc (NYSE: GWRE), a provider of software products to general insurers, announced on Monday that it has expanded its Regional Development Centre in Krakow, Poland, with additional office space to accommodate its growing team.
As we wanted to catch a football match - which are usually played on Saturdays in Poland - we took a convoluted route from Edinburgh to Krakow, via Frankfurt on the way out and back through Brussels.
Krakow is the nearest city to Auschwitz, and while many visitors make the trip, there are ways to delve into its horrors in Krakow itself too.
The Hampton by Hilton Krakow |costs from PS49 per night and the Hilton's Garden Inn by Krakow Airport from PS42 per night.
f you're looking for a fun and affordable weekend break, Krakow is hard to beat.
We were led by Helena Czernek and Aleksander Prugar, the creative minds behind "SnapshotUrban Project," which debuted at this year's 24th annual Jewish Culture Festival in Krakow.
During my October visit, banners everywhere announced Krakow as the 2013 UNESCO City of Literature.
Improvement at the back will be vital if they are to stave off the drop but for now they look far too easy to play against and highflying Wisla Krakow should take advantage.
RIO DE JANEIRO -- Pope Francis announced here Sunday that the next World Youth Day (WYD), the Catholic youth fest, will be held in the Polish city of Krakow in 2016.
Yahya bin Mahfoudh al-Manthri, Chairman of the State Council and his accompanying delegation arrived in Krakow today on an official visit to the Republic of Poland in response to an invitation extended to him from Bogdan Borusewicz, President of the Polish Senate.