Logo Golden Tulip


31-140 KRAKOW, Poland
1 km from the city center

Booking: (+33) 1 70 98 61 18

7 days a week from 8:00 a.m. to 22:00 p.m. (Paris time) - Cost of a local call (Available in English)


Call the hotel: +48 12 4269990

E-mail address: info@goldentulipkrakowcitycenter.com


How to get to the hotel

From the airport
From the train station
How to get to Golden Tulip Kraków City Center Hotel from the Kraków Airport im. Jana Pawła II?
By train which stops in the airport. The train quickly (about 20 minutes) reaches the Krakow Glowny station, from which you can easily get to the hotel by tram or taxi.
How to get to Golden Tulip Kraków City Center from the Dworzec Kolejowy Kraków Główny?
By a tram (numbers 4, 24) a taxi or a walk which takes about 20 minutes.

Discover nearby points of interest

Sight Seeing
The National Museum in Krakow is established in 1879, it is the oldest and largest "national" museum in Poland. The collection of the National Museum has over 900,000 exhibits and includes twelve departments. The main seat is the Main Building, located at al. 3 Maja 1, where the Artistic Craft Gallery is located. The oldest branch of the National Museum in Krakow is the Cloth Hall in Rynek Główny 3, and the Gallery of 19th-century Polish Art arranged there is one of the most famous collections. The National Museum is one of the most visited places in the country, and its mission is to promote Polish and foreign art.
Sight Seeing
St. Mary's Basilica is the Gothic symbol of Krakow and one of the largest and most important monuments of Poland, from which the bugle call sounds. The basilica is located on the Krakow's Main Market Square. The most characteristic of the building are the two towers on the facade of the temple and the altar of Veit Stoss. Interestingly, the first Mary's bugle call on the faith sounded on February 13, 1838, and in order to get to the place from which you can still hear it every hour, you have to climb 239 steps. St. Mary's Basilica is a unique masterpiece of late Gothic sculptural art and is still admired by tourists from all over the world to this day.
Sight Seeing
Trendy and creative Kazimierz is a historic Jewish district in Krakow. It houses independent art galleries, original boutiques, vintage clothing stores, and atmospheric bars and restaurants. It is a lively place, whether day or night. Importantly, Kazimierz is also a district with the most deeply rooted Jewish culture in all of Europe, attracting tourists from all over the world.