ul. Kalwaryjska 9/15
tel. 12 656 15 66
We are an intimate facility that provides its guests with a peaceful and friendly atmosphere. They have free access to the 25-meter swimming pool with “sea” water. There is a guarded multi-level car park (paid) for passenger cars and you can park at the street.
From the Korona facilities, you can walk to the other side of the Vistula River to Kazimierz (5 minutes), to Wawel (15 minutes) or to the Old Town (20 minutes). Convenient location next to a tram stop provides guests with quick access to the Main Railway Station, the city center and nearby Łagiewniki.
Podgórze Market Square – the central part of the right-bank district of Krakow Podgórze (until 1915 of the Free Royal City of Podgórze), in the shape of a triangle, with the Church of St. Joseph.
Church of St. Joseph – neo-gothic, built in 1905-9 (on the site of the former one from 1832). It has a rich architectural and sculptural decor. The clock tower, topped with a dome with a crown, reminiscent of the tower of St. Mary’s Church.
Wojciech Bednarski Park – founded by Wojciech Bednarski, founder of the Podgórze Beautification Society, as a natural landscape park, opened in 1896 on the site of a quarry.
Krakus Mound – a prehistoric monument of Krakow, probably built in the 8th century. It served as a burial mound, erected over the burial place of someone who was extremely important in the then “Krakow” community.
Church of St. Benedict – the smallest and one of the oldest churches in Krakow – probably from the 11th century. Its creation is attributed to the Benedictines of Tyniec. Every year, on the first Tuesday after Easter, a spring party, popularly known as “Sleeve”, takes place around the church from the mid-19th century.
Oskar Schindler’s Enamel Factory – managed by Oskar Schindler during the occupation; the sub-camp of KL Płaszów was located here. The prisoners from this sub-camp were saved by O. Schindler from extermination (the film “Schindler’s List”). The front building with the entrance gate has survived. – currently a branch of the Historical Museum of the City of Krakow.
Vistula Boulevards – park areas in Krakow along the Vistula and Rudawy rivers, which are currently a popular recreational and leisure destination. There are numerous walking paths and cycle paths running along them.
Kazimierz – part of the Old Town (an independent city until the beginning of the 19th century), the historic Jewish district – synagogues, restored tenement houses, narrow streets, pubs – create a unique atmosphere.
Sanctuary of Divine Mercy and John Paul II Center “Do not be afraid” – place of worship of St. Faustina and St. John Paul II
First of all, we recommend the application and the jakdojade.pl website, just enter the stop where we are and the final stop KORONA
from the Main Railway Station Tunnel:
go down the escalator straight from the platforms (it’s easier when you have heavy luggage), get on the tram line 19 (direction Łagiewniki), which runs every 20 minutes, go 8 stops, get off at the “Korona” stop.
from the Balice airport:
1) by suburban train (railbus) – runs approximately every half an hour, the journey takes 20 minutes – to the Main Railway Station. Further on as above.
2) by bus line 252 (direction OS. Podwawelskie) to the “Konopnicka” stop, and then 304 (direction Wieliczka Miasto) to the “Rondo Matecznego” stop, then take 2 stops by tram line 8 (direction Bronowice Małe) and get off at the stop “Korona”.