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Greg&Tom Hostel is one of the first hostels in Krakow. We've been around for more than seven years now, and we use our
Experience to make your stay here as pleasant as possible, creating friendly atmosphere for everyone to enjoy.
You can check in at any time and wait for your bed in our comfortably furnished common room, having cup of coffee and a
Chat with our staff. Check out time is 10am but after that you can still use the common areas of the hostel.
Free breakfast from 7am-10am
Fresh fruits & snacks always available in the living room for free
Free dinner at 7:45pm
For party animals-pub crawls!
What else do we offer:
- 2 fully-equipped kitchens
- Free tea, coffee, milk available 24/7
- Spacious dorms no bunk beds! Double rooms
- 3 huge flat screen TVs and a massive collection of DVDs
- Free towel, linen, padlocks and security lockers
- No curfew, no lockout
- Broad tourist information, free maps and guidebooks
- Multilingual, experienced and energetic staff available 24/7 to help with any issue
- FREE walking tours around Krakow Old Town and the Jewish District
- Custom trips to UNESCO sites with Cracow City Tours. They offer tours to Auschwitz- Birkenau (from 90 PLN), Wieliczka Salt Mine (from 100 PLN), Wooden Architecture Trial, activities like Dunajec River Rafting, John Paul II Route and many others. Trips in English,German, Spanish, French and more. Student discounts possible if you have valid student card
- Cheap international calls from our reception phone
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From the airport
From the main train station:
Our hostel is only 200 meters away from the train station. However, due to insufficient labelling, getting out of the train station could be quite a challenge. Follow instructions below to avoid confusion and save time.
1. Leave the train safely and gracefully!
2. You’re at the platform. There are three staircases leading to three different arrival halls under the platform. Which one to take to save time? Take the one at the very beginning of the platform. What does 'the very beginning of the platform' mean? It means that this staircase is closer to main building of the station and city centre and majority of natives will go this direction . Follow the crowd!
3. Walk down the stairs, turn right and get to the very end of underground arrival hall.
4. Exit underground arrival hall and take either route A or B.
5. (A) Head to the shopping mall called Galeria Krakowska, which is an extension of the underground arrival hall. Take the elevator to 0 level then leave the mall go across the street, turn left and walk about 100m(The mall is closed from 10pm till 8am and on Polish bank holidays. If that is the case check option (B) - turn left in front of the main entrance to the shopping mall, you will get into the main building of the station, walk through and then after 100m straight you will find our Hostel across the Pawia street:)
From the main bus station:
The main bus station and the main train station are situated next to each other!
1. Leave the Bus terminal. You have to go through the train station in order to get to the city centre and the hostel.
2. Find the entrance to train station underground arrival hall and walk down the stairs.
3. Walk straight to the very end of the underground arrival hall.
4. Exit underground arrival hall and take either route A or B (mentioned in the train station section above).
From the airport:
The easiest way to get to the hostel is to take a train from the airport train terminal to the main train station.
From the airport terminal building, take a free shuttle bus (which is synchronized with the trains) or walk 200 metres to the train terminal.
The trains operate from approx 4.24 in the morning to 00.15 the next day. The ticket price is only 15 PLN (approx €2); you may buy it from the train operator. Please remember to get some Polish change before buying the ticket because those train operators are always short of change and will refuse to take 100PLN banknotes. The ride is approximately 20 minutes long.
When you get to the main train station, please follow the instructions in the main train station section above.