Hotels near Adam Mickiewicz Monument
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The Adam Mickiewicz Monument is a bronze statue in Main Market Square. Nearby attractions include Town Hall Town, Cloth Hall, Wawel Castle, and St. Mary’s Basilica.

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Ośrodek hotelowy Optima
Ośrodek hotelowy Optima
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4.1
ul. Malborska 65, Krakow
from $10
Qubus Hotel Krakow
Qubus Hotel Krakow
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4.3
ul. Nadwislanska 6, Krakow
from $25
Best Western Efekt Express Krakow
Best Western Efekt Express Krakow
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3.9
ul. Opolska 14, Krakow
from $22
Hotel Kazimierz II
Hotel Kazimierz II
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4.1
Starowislna 60, Krakow
from $11
Queen Boutique Hotel
Queen Boutique Hotel
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4.7
Ul. Dietla 60, Krakow
from $35
Hotel Atrium
Hotel Atrium
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4.1
ul. Krzywa 7, Krakow
from $20
Aparthotel Spatz
Aparthotel Spatz
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4.2
Ul. Miodowa 11, Krakow
from $15
Hotel Kossak
Hotel Kossak
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4.5
Plac Kossaka 1, Krakow
from $26
Novotel Krakow City West
Novotel Krakow City West
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4.2
Armii Krajowej 11, Krakow
from $18
Novum House
Novum House
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4.5
24 Straszewskiego St., Krakow
from $23
More About Hotels near Adam Mickiewicz Monument...

What’s Adam Mickiewicz Monument?

The Adam Mickiewicz Monument is a well-known tribute to the greatest Polish Romantic poet of the 19th century. The statue was among many pieces of cultural history destroyed during World War II. The statue regained its original appearance when most of its original pieces were recovered from a scrap metal heap in Hamburg.

Which Hotels Have the Best View Near Adam Mickiewicz Monument?

Tango House bed and Breakfast is just around the corner from Main Market Square and offers Wi-Fi, airport shuttle service, and cheap rates. Hotel Pod Roza and Amadeus Hotel have great city views and beautiful rooms.

What are the Benefits or Drawbacks From Staying at a Hotel Near Adam Mickiewicz Monument?

Hotels near Adam Mickiewicz Monument keep guests close to the action. With so many historical attractions and centuries old architecture, wandering through the city streets is the best way to see the sights.

What Do I Need to Know About Adam Mickiewicz Monument?

Teodor Rygier designed the Adam Mickiewicz Monument and unveiled it on June 16, 1898. Mickie4wicz never visited Kraków during his life; however, his remains now lay in the St. Leonard’s Crypt under the Wawel Cathedral.

 

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