Cheap Break to Krakow or Warsaw for 2 Nights just £79 each
Looking for a cheap getaway? It doesn’t come much cheaper than this City Break to either Krakow or Warsaw for just £79.
This price is based on a two night trip and includes return flights and your hotel with various options available to choose from.
Located in the Twardowski Rocks Park, Petrus Hotel welcomes holidaymakers in the vibrant Krakow, while the four star Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel invites guests to the capital of Poland, with its suitable location in Warsaw city centre.
- 27 rooms featuring TVs and en suite facilities at Petrus Hotel
- En suite rooms with LCD TVs, air conditioning and working desks at Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel
- Restaurants serving up international and Polish dishes at both hotels
- Check-in from 2pm; check-out by 11am at Petrus Hotel
- Check-in from 3pm; check-out by midday at Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel
- Staff speaks English and Polish; pets not permitted
The storied city of Krakow turned into a cosmopolitan centre over the centuries, inviting tourists to traditional charm market squares, riverside castles and museums alongside a wide range of bars and clubs.
The cultural capital of Poland provides art admirers with plenty of galleries to visit, from the Bunkier Sztuki to the Starmach and the Pauza galleries, all featuring innovative works from breaking Polish painters, sculptors and graphic designers. Classical music lovers will enjoy the wide range of concerts and spectacles available at the Krakow Philharmonic and the Krakow Opera, while seekers of other cultural opportunities will be delighted by annual standouts like the Street Theatre Festival, the Jewish Culture Festival and the Krakow Film Festival. Refined pastimes come complemented by numerous bars, pubs, cafes and riverboat dining occasions.
From exhibitions and outdoor shows to architectural wonders and world-renowned landmarks, from science centres to cool pubs and social clubs, Warsaw is an ideal location for an Eastern European city break.
The Polish capital beckons travellers with UNESCO World Heritage sites such as the Old Town historic centre scattered with colourful burgher houses and churches, chief among which being the Gothic St. John the Baptist’s Cathedral. Medieval landmarks are ideally balanced by contemporary attractions, such as the Multimedia Fountain Park, housing music festivals and themed shows. Day trips and exploration continue with exciting nightlife partying, courtesy of the many clubs, cafes, and restaurants. Warsaw has a humid continental climate, where the summers are warm and the winters are cold.